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1967 Gibson Trini Lopez Sparkling Burgundy
A very cool and Rare Trini Lopez in Rare Sparkling Burgundy Finish. The finish has very little fade and still retains its deep Burgundy coloring. Two Patent Sticker Pickups, Trapeze Tailpiece with Wood block, Firebird Headstock, Diamond F-holes, Orange Label, and a large depth rounded C shaped profile neck. Excellent condition vintage guitar with some light play wear and expected vertical finish checking on a Metallic Gibson Custom Color. Original switch tip cracked in the past and was glued by the original owner. No structural cracks or repairs. Included is the original hardshell case and strap. A great find! OHSC $10,500
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1967 Gibson Trini Lopez Cherry
An all original Trini Lopez Standard. Cherry Finish, Diamond F-holes, Firebird Style Headstock, Two Patent Sticker Humbucking Pickups, and Diamond Fingerboard inlays. A nice tidy example in excellent plus condition displaying light play wear and some finish checking. Original hardshell case (slightly musty) and an additional newer hardshell case for storage included. OHSC $7495
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1978 Gibson L5-S Sunburst
The L5-S was the cadillac of the Gibson solid body line in the 1970s. Sunburst Finish over a Figured Maple Top, Gold Hardware, Stop tailpiece, Dual Humbucking pickups, and Colorful fretboard inlays. The guitar plays and sounds great. Cosmetically it is shows evidence of being played with nicks, dings, and finish wear. It has been professionally refretted and a new three way switch installed. It appears to have once had other pickups installed with no extra routing in the pickup cavities. Time period correct Gibson Gold Tar Back pickups have been installed. A cool Humbucking pickup and Stop Tail Piece combination L5-S that comes with its original hardshell case. OHSC $4395
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1968 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop
Here is a 1968 Les Paul Goldtop with all the desirable First Year features including a One Piece Body, One Piece Neck, Long Tenon, Small Headstock, Dot over the i Gibson headstock logo, Early style control cavity routing, Dual P-90 pickups, Nylon Saddles, Rounded Neck Profile, and side dated pots stamped the 26th week of 1968. The Goldtop Finish only was redone years ago and is a pro job in the appropriate color. While we do not have documentation, we would not be surprised if it was redone by Gibson. The back and sides feature the original finish. Pro refret with new nut and the guitar once had other tuners installed with the original Kluson Deluxe tuners reinstalled. Very Good plus vintage condition displaying some nicks, dings, finish checking and belt buckle wear on the back of the body. No cracks or crack repairs. A slightly bent but functional tuner. The guitar plays and sounds great. Included is the Original Yellow lined Hardshell Case and Gibson Hang Tag. A cool First Year 1968 Goldtop Les Paul. OHSC $13,000
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1971 Gibson Les Paul 58 Reissue Goldtop
Goldtop Finish, One Piece Body and Neck, No Volute, Untouched Electronics with 1971 pot dates, Thin Binding in the Cutaway with Exposed Maple Top, Dual P-90 Pickups, and Wraparound Tailpiece. A resonant guitar that sounds great. Very good vintage condition displaying average play wear with nicks, dings, and belt buckle wear. No cracks or repairs. Other than a newer jack plate, the guitar is all original. Included is the original purple lined hardshell case with some average wear. These 58 Reissues are great guitars. OHSC $8495
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1976 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe with Factory Humbucking Pickups Tobacco Sunburst Left Handed
An Extra Fine "Under the Bed" condition guitar. A Rare Custom Ordered Left Handed Les Paul with Factory Full Size Humbucking pickups. Tobacco Sunburst finish, Maple top with some flame, Dual Patent Numbered Pickups, Kluson Tuners, Flamed Neck, and untouched electronics with early 1976 pot dates. As Gibson started to reintroduce the Les Paul Standard in the mid 1970s, a popular factory option was to order a Les Paul Deluxe with full size humbucking pickups. According to Gibson Shipment totals this is one of only five made in 1976. Over the years we have seen some right handed examples with this factory option but this is the few Left Handed examples we have encountered. This guitar is in incredible showroom condition. A great Left Handed find! OHSC $5500
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1976 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe with Factory Humbucking Pickups Tobacco Sunburst Left Handed
A Rare Left Handed Deluxe with Factory Ordered Full Size Humbucking Pickups. Tobacco Sunburst Finish over a Maple top with some figuring, Dual Patent Number Pickups, Kluson tuners and untouched electronics. Pro Refret and newer knobs otherwise original. No cracks or crack repairs. Very good vintage condition displaying light to average play wear with some surface belt buckle wear on the back of the body. A hard to find Lefty example. Included is the original hardshell case with some band stencils on the case lid. OHSC $4250
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1976 Gibson Les Paul Recording Alpine White
Super Rare Original Alpine White Finish, Black Binding, Chrome Hardware, Dual Pickups, and Phase, Output, Treble, and Bass on board controls. Very Good plus condition with some nicks, dings, and a few finish checking lines. A few dings have been touched up in the past. This is just like the Alpine White LP Recording that Jimmy Page was photographed holding for the 1988 Musician Magazine Cover. No cracks or crack repairs. Included is the Original Purple Lined Hardshell Case. OHSC $4995
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1982 Gibson Les Paul Heritage 80 Elite
Here is one of the more eye catching Flame Top Heritage 80 Les Pauls you will see. A Beautiful Quilted Ribbon Maple Top. The Heritage 80 series was one of Gibson's first attempts of recreating their famed 1958-1960 Sunburst Les Pauls. This one features a Sunburst Finish over a breath taking top, Shaw Pickups, Deep Dish Top, Bonnet Knobs, and One Piece Mahogany Neck. The guitar is in Very Good condition displaying nicks, dings, and play wear. No cracks or crack repairs. A few minor player changes include a Pro Refret, Newer Pickguard, Removed Pickup Covers, Gotoh stop, and a newer Nashville bridge that has had the back side ground down for maximum string angle to the stop tail. The solder joints are untouched in the control cavity. Included is a worn 1970s Purple Lined Les Paul Harshell case. A gorgeous Heritage 80 Les Paul. HSC $5250
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1984 Gibson Les Paul Custom Triple Pickup Custom Order "One Off"
Here is a Custom Ordered 1984 Gibson Les Paul Custom. This Rare "One Off" guitar features Three Shaw Pickups, Gold Hardware, Factory Kahler Tremolo, Imperial Tuners, and a Custom Shop Logo on the Back of the headstock. The main thing that sets this guitar apart is its unique factory control setup. Most people complain about the lack of versatility and pickup combinations on a normal Triple Pickup Custom. This guitar offers a solution with a Volume and Tone control for each pickup, an additional three way switch that turns the middle pickup On/Off/On Out of Phase, and a Master Out of Phase switch. This system allows for an array of different sounds. An excellent condition all original guitar that displays some small nicks, dings, and finish checking. Overall a pretty tidy cosmetic guitar that has seen limited use. Included is the Original Hardshell Case and Tremolo Arm. A very unique Custom Ordered Triple Pickup Custom. OHSC $6995
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2004 Gibson Custom Shop Slash Les Paul Piezo Sunburst with COA
Here is a Custom Shop Slash Les Paul. Sunburst Finish, Duncan Alnico II Pickups, Factory Piezo Bridge Pickup, Beautifully grained Rosewood Fingerboard, Maple Top, and Mahogany Neck and Body. The Piezo Pickup is activated with an on/off switch. The controls include a master tone knob with the 4th knob being a volume knob for the Piezo pickup. This allows you to blend in the Piezo pickup for a variety of different tones. Excellent used condition with some light players wear and some small nicks and dings. The previous owner had a pickguard installed at one time with the screw holes having since been filled. No cracks or crack repairs. The original frets display very little wear. Included is the original hardshell case, Certificate of Authenticity, and some additional paperwork as pictured. OHSC $3895
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2007 Gibson Les Paul Classic Custom GOTW #28
From Gibson's Guitar of the Week (GOTW) Limited Edition Run in 2007 comes this awesome take a Classic Custom Les Paul with P-90 Pickups. Ebony Finish, Gold Hardware, Multi Bound Top, Grover Tuners, Dual P-90 Pickups and best of all, a feather weight guitar at only 7 3/4 pounds. Very Good Plus condition with some players wear and a blemish on the back of the neck and two at the bottom of the guitar from a guitar stand. The original frets display very little wear. No cracks or crack repairs. Included is the original hardshell case. These GOTW guitars were limited to only a 400 unit production run. A great P-90 Les Paul Custom style guitar that will cost you much less than a 54 Reissue. OHSC $2695
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c.1957 Gibson Les Paul Special White
A players 1950s Les Paul Special. The guitar was refinished in the 1970s and converted to a two piece bridge (the patched wrap around holes are visible). Large rounded 50s Neck Profile, Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, Dual P-90 pickups, and Mahogany Construction. There is evidence there was once a humbucker installed in the bridge position. Mostly changed parts with 1970s pots installed when the work was done. Original neck and body, fingerboard, frets, pickguard, and P-90s (new leads) otherwise newer parts. Good vintage condition displaying nicks, dings, play wear, and lots of finish checking. No evidence of there having been a headstock crack or repair. A fun old wood Les Paul from Gibson's Golden Age that will not break the bank. Included is a modern hardshell case. HSC $3595
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1956 Gibson Les Paul Special TV Yellow
Here is a nice Les Paul Special. Guitar features a large profile neck, TV yellow finish, two strong P-90 pickups, Kluson tuners, wrap around tailpiece, and brazilian rosewood fingerboard. Superb playing guitar. Guitar comes with the original alligator soft case and a hardshell Gibson case. OSSC $15,000
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1961 Gibson Les Paul Special TV Yellow
A Rare TV Yellow Les Paul Special. This guitar is perhaps among one of the last slab body Les Paul Specials produced. TV Yellow Finish, Dual P-90 pickups, Slim Neck Profile, Wrap Around Tailpiece, 5 digit impressed serial number, and a seldom seen Les Paul inscribed Truss Rod Cover. The guitar weighs in at 7.35 pounds. Very Good Plus condition with fine finish checking. No cracks or repairs. A unique transitional guitar. HSC $11,500
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1960 Gibson Melody Maker D Sunburst
An "Old Wood" Players Condition Melody Maker. Harder to Find Factory Double Pickup Single Cutaway Construction, Sunburst Finish, Nicely Aged Mahogany Body and Neck that rings. Lots of players wear with nicks, dings, and finish checking. An old body crack repair and long scratch on the back of the neck. Comfortable early 1960 chunky neck profile with .875 1st fret and 1" 12th fret depth measurements. Newer ground wire, knobs, pickguard, bridge, truss rod cover, and screws. Original 1960 dated pots, caps and pickups. The pickups are out of phase in the middle position. A great players guitar from Gibson's Golden Age with a great feeling neck. HSC $1895
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1965 Gibson Melody Maker D Cardinal Red
An early 1965 Melody Maker in Factory Custom Color Cardinal Red Finish, Dual Pickups, Full Scale, Nickel Hardware, Wrap Around Bridge, and 1 11/16" nuth width with a Large Rounded Neck Profile. Very Good Vintage Condition with lots of finish checking, nicks, and dings. No cracks or crack repairs. Other than a couple newer screws the guitar is all original. Included is the original worn alligator chipboard case (one broken latch). A custom color Melody Maker with a great feeling neck. OSSC $1795
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1967 Gibson Melody Maker D Pelham Blue
A cool SG Body Style Melody Maker in Factory Pelham Blue Finish. Double Pickups, 1966 dated pots, Rounded C Neck Profile, Kluson Tuners, and Wrap Around Bridge. No cracks or crack repairs. Very Good vintage condition displaying lots of finish checking, play wear, and some nicks and dings. The previous owner removed the tremolo and it is not included. Newer truss rod cover and refret with new nut, otherwise original. The finish has naturally aged to a nice Inverness Green shading. A fun Pelham Blue double pickup Melody Maker. HSC $2195
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1975 Gibson Flying V Natural
An early example when Gibson reintroduced the Flying V in 1975. Mahogany Body and Neck, Two Patent Numbered pickups, Pot dates are late 1974, pre-oval sticker stamped serial number, Kluson tuners, and feather weight at 6 1/4 pounds. No cracks or crack repairs. Other then a brass nut the guitar is all original. Some small typical nicks on the lower horns and some surface belt buckle wear but overall a nice clean 1970s Flying V. Included is the original worn hardshell case. OHSC $5795
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1980 Gibson Flying V Black
An amazingly "Under the Bed" condition Flying V. Included is the original hardshell case and Paperwork. Black Finish, Patent Number pickups, Chrome Hardware, with no cracks or repairs. Other then strap lock buttons, the guitar is all original. Most 1970s/Early 1980s Vs we see have been played heavily, repaired, or have lots of changed parts. This is a one owner super clean survivor. OHSC $5495
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1980 Gibson Flying V Silver Sky
A Gibson Flying V in Rare Silver Sky Metallic Finish. Dual Patent Number pickups, Light Weight guitar, and No headstock cracks or repairs. Some light clear coat yellowing has given the guitar a cool Fender Inca Silver type coloring. OHSC $7500
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1982 Gibson Moderne PROTOTYPE Heritage Korina Reissue Natural
A Rare Prototype Gibson Moderne. Here is one of the first few Gibson Moderne Reissues ever produced. Korina Body and Neck, Gold Hardware, Two Shaw Pickups, Untouched Electronics, and Gibson Prototype stamping on the back of the headstock. An Excellent Plus collector condition guitar displaying very little play wear with a few finish checking lines and a few small nicks. No cracks or crack repairs. Included is the original hardshell case. A Cool and Rare Prototype Korina Moderne. OHSC $9,800
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1976 Gibson Explorer Natural
Here is a featherweight 1976 Explorer. Weighing in at only 7.6 pounds this guitar is very comfortable and lively. Mahogany Body and Neck, Two Tar Back Pickups, Gold Hardware, Kluson tuners, 1976 dated pots, and no cracks or crack repairs. The guitar displays honest play wear with nicks, dings, and finish checking. A few minor changes including newer strap buttons, a few newer screws, possibly a newer nut or at least the original reseated, and evidence of there once being a headstock string retainer. The guitar once had other pickups with the originals reinstalled. Included is the original hardshell case with one broken latch. A cool first year reissue Explorer and one of the lightest ones we have encountered. OHSC $5395HOLD
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1983 Gibson E2 Explorer Candy Apple Red
Rare Candy Apple Red Finish, Bound Top, Two Dirty Finger Pickups, and Gold Hardware. I do not remember ever seeing a bound top E/2 in factory Candy Apple Red Finish, so this is a pretty hard to find finish. The guitar is in very good condition displaying some normal play wear. No cracks or crack repairs. One pot appears to be changed, the bridge pickup has been rewound, and strap lock buttons installed. A resonant guitar. Included is the original worn hardshell case (broken handle in case). OHSC $2595
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1985 Gibson Explorer Custom Shop Matthias Jabs Limited Edition Scorpions
A Rare Custom Shop Limited Edition Matthias Jabs Explorer. Alpine White Finish, Factory Black Body Stripes, Gold Hardware, Two Gibson Dirty Finger Pickups with ink date stamps, and Custom Shop Logo on the back of the headstock. Very good vintage condition with normal play wear, finish checking, and a slight yellowing to the finish. The solder joints on the pots appear to have been touched and one missing back plate screw, otherwise original. Included is the Gibson Explorer hardshell case with some wear and tear and missing middle latch. No headstock cracks or repairs. A Super Cool Matthias Jabs Scorpions Custom Shop Explorer. HSC $3995
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1962 Gibson Les Paul SG Standard Cherry
One owner since 1964. A clean and all original example with no cracks or crack repairs. Two PAF pickups, nicely grained mahogany body, nickel hardware, and kluson tuners. This is just an awesome playing guitar. It even made my small bench amp sound like a million dollars. Then you plug it into a Marshall and you better step back. Feel free to call for an in hand description. OHSC $18,500
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1969 Gibson SG Standard Walnut
A clean all original SG Standard. Walnut Finish, Lyre Tremolo, Nylon Saddles, and No volute or Made in USA stamp. A resonant guitar with nice acoustic sustain. The guitar displays some light play wear with surface belt buckle wear on the back of the body and some small nicks. Overall a very well preserved example. Included is the original soft shell case and Gibson String Hang Tag. OSSC $5495
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1969 Gibson SG Standard Walnut
A players condition 1969 SG Standard. Walnut Finish, Two Patent Sticker T Top pickups, untouched electronics with 1969 pot dates, No volute or Made In USA stamp, Tremolo, Witch Hat Knobs, and original nylon saddle bridge. Grover tuners installed and pickup covers removed. A couple repaired cracks at the upper strap button and one inside the bass side cutaway. A large comfortable rounded neck profile as often found in late 1969. 1st fret depth is .90" and the 12th fret is 1.09". Very good vintage condition with nicks, dings, and some belt buckle wear on the back of the body. A cool players pre 1970 SG standard. HSC $3495
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1965 Gibson SG Special Polaris White
Here is one of the cleanest Polaris White SG Specials we have seen. An Extra Fine condition SG Special featuring a Rare Polaris White Finish, Dual P-90 pickups, 1 and 11/16" nut width, a mixture of Nickel and Chrome Hardware as seen in 1965, untouched electronics, and Larger Neck Profile. Included is the original semi soft Gibson red lined case. Extra Fine condition displaying very little play wear with a few small nicks and no cracks or crack repairs. An amazing SG Special find in collector clean condition. OSSC $7500
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1968 Gibson SG Special Cherry
Cherry Finish, Two Powerful P-90 pickups, One Piece Mahogany Neck, Untouched Electronics with 1968 dated pots, and Tremolo. A Very Good Plus condition guitar displaying light play wear with finish checking. No structural cracks or crack repairs. A resonant SG Special that is all original other than one newer screw on the back plate. Included is a newer hardshell case. HSC $3295
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1963 Gibson SG Junior Cherry
This is one of the lightest weight SG Juniors we can remember having, weighing in at only 5.45 pounds. The Cherry Finish has very little fade on the body still with a deep Cherry coloring with a little fade on the back of the neck from playing. Featuring a Mahogany body that has a beautiful grain pattern,1 11/16" nut width, Nickel Hardware, untouched electronics with 1963 pot dates, and a potent P-90 pickup at 8.16 ohms. Excellent plus vintage condition displaying fine finish checking and light play wear. The guitar originally had a Maestro wrap tremolo that has been removed and misplaced in the past. No cracks or repairs. A great lively Junior. HSC $3495
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1972 Gibson SG-200 Sam Ash Sunburst
A very RARE Sam Ash SG-200. Gibson made a batch of these SG-200s in the early 1970s for the Sam Ash Musical Instrument Chain. These Sam Ash models came with factory installed Patent Numbered Sticker Humbucking pickups unlike the standard single coil pickups that came on your run of mill SG-200. "Sam Ash SG-200" labeled truss rod cover, Cherry Sunburst Finish, and Kluson tuners. This guitar displays lots of nicks and dings with finish checking. No cracks or repairs. Included is the original receipt from when this guitar was purchased used at a Sam Ash music store in 1978. With only about 50 of these Sam Ash SG-200 models produced they do not come around often. HSC $2295
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1982 Gibson Chet Atkins Custom Shop CE
These Custom Shop Chet Atkins CEs were the first CEs Gibson produced. 1 13/16" nut width, Natural Finish, Spruce Top, Gold Hardware, Custom Shop Logo on the back of the headstock, Letter Prefix Serial Number, and Roller Volume and Tone Controls. Very Good used condition displaying play wear, nicks, scratches, and dings & pick wear on the top. A newer jack has been installed. A nice playing nylon string guitar that displays very little fret wear. Included is the original hardshell case (missing handle), Case Keys, and piece of original paperwork. OHSC $2195
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1990 Gibson Chet Atkins SST 12 String
Here is an extremely Rare Factory 12 String Chet Atkins SST. Natural Finish, Gold Hardware, Spruce Top, and Piezo Pickup with upper bout controls. A nice clean excellent condition instrument. The guitar displays minimal play wear with some fine finish checking on the top. Included is the original Gibson hardshell case. These Chet Atkins 12 strings were produced in very small limited quantities and seldomly come up for sale. OHSC $3395
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1991 Gibson Chet Atkins Studio CE Natural
Here is a model you do not see everyday. Not to be confused with the solidbody Chet Atkins CE, the Chet Atkins Studio was made in very limited quantities featuring a hollow body, Braced Spruce Top, redesigned body shape, and extended fretboard. The guitar weighs in at a featherweight 5 pounds and has acoustic properties that can not be duplicated by the solidbody model. The guitar has a 1 13/16" nut width, Volume/Treble/Bass roller controls, and slotted headstock. Excellent used condition displaying some nicks, dings, and installed strap lock buttons. Included is the original hardshell case. An amazing and Rare guitar. OHSC $4995
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1941 Gibson ES-150 Sunburst
An amazing pre-war ES-150. Script Gibson Headstock Logo, Large Rounded Neck Profile, Factory P-13 pickup with adjustable pole pieces, and G factory order number stamped in the treble side F-hole. Newer tuners otherwise original. A nice resonant guitar and a great sounding P-13 pickup. In surprising cosmetic condition for its age displaying some light to average play wear. Included is the original Geib hardshell case. A Rare Early Gibson Electric. OHSC $3295
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1967 Gibson ES-125 TD Sparkling Burgundy
A cool ES-125 TD in Super Rare Factory Sparkling Burgundy Metallic Finish. This one has aged naturally just like an old Goldtop or an ES-295 with greening in the arm area and the back of the neck. Good vintage condition displaying play wear, dings, and finish checking. This one is ready to be played for another 50 years with a professional neck reset and refret. Marked a Factory Second as is often seen on mid 60s Gibson Custom Color Guitars. Other than graph tech bridge saddles and added jack plate, the guitar features original parts. A Rare Custom Color Gibson. HSC $3995
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1962 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst Dot Neck
A beautiful Dot Neck Es-330. Sunburst Finish, Nickel Hardware, Kluson Tuners, two great sounding P-90 pickups, and non retaining wire burst ABR-1 bridge. A nice crisp and tidy example that displays limited play wear. When examining published Gibson serial number lists, this guitar is within the first 40 guitars produced in 1962. Included is the original black pebble yellow lined hardshell case. OHSC $7500
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1966 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst
A clean all original ES-330 TD. Sunburst Finish, Two Hot P-90 pickups, Kluson Tuners, and Nylon Saddles. The original frets display very little wear. A clean and tidy Excellent plus condition guitar displaying little play wear with some light finish checking. Weighs in at 6.1 pounds. Missing the pickguard hexnut. Included is a non original hardshell case. HSC $4495
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1970 Gibson ES-340 TDN
Desirable Natural Finish, Orange Label, Nylon Saddle Bridge, Two Patent Sticker Pickups, and Kluson tuners. A tidy excellent condition vintage guitar displaying some typical finish checking and light play wear. Like many 340s, this one has been rewired to 335 specs with a new three way switch (original in the case), for a more player friendly setup. Other than the switch the guitar is all original with no cracks. One small dime sized finish blemish under the upper strap button that the previous finicky owner had touched up. A great sounding guitar in eye catching natural finish. A great deal on an Orange Label Natural Finish Gibson Thinline. Included is a time period yellow lined deep black hardshell case. OHSC $3895HOLD
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1981 Gibson ES-335 TD Sunburst Left Handed
A Rare Left Handed ES-335 with the hard to find and desirable Factory Stop Tailpiece. Sunburst finish, Factory Coil Tap switch on the treble bout for an extra set of tones, 1 11/16" nut width, and Gibson F-hole Label. The previous owner installed a Seymour Duncan pickup in the bridge position otherwise an all original guitar. Excellent vintage condition displaying minor play wear. Included is the Original Hardshell Case. A nice clean stop tail Lefty 335. OHSC $3995
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1985 Gibson ES-335 Dot Reissue Cherry Left Handed
Rare Custom Ordered Left Handed Dot Reissue with Factory installed Gibson Kahler Tremolo and Chrome Hardware. Cherry Finish with some nice subtle figuring on the top, Factory Grover Tuners, White f-hole label, and Dual Humbucking pickups. Previous owner removed the pickguard for easier Tremolo action. The guitar displays some play wear with light finish checking. No headstock cracks or repairs. Included is the tremolo arm and seldom seen brown/pink lined 335 hardshell case (missing handle). The same design that was usually reserved for Heritage Les Pauls and Korina reissues of the time period. OHSC $3695
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1972 Gibson ES-325 Walnut RARE Dual F-hole
This quite a RARE Es-325. It is the only double F-hole with traditional 335 mounted electronics 325 that we have ever encountered. A very early example (prototype?) with embossed pickup covers. The guitar is in "Under the Bed" extra fine condition with a deep Walnut finish that has not faded, Black binding, Dual mini humbucking pickups, and unbound Rosewood fingerboard. Included is the clean original hardshell case. The back of the headstock is lightly stamped BGN possibly for a later sale or not conforming to the top mounted electronic specs. An all original guitar. A Rare Collection worthy guitar. OHSC $3995
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1972 Gibson ES-325 Walnut
Attractive Walnut Finish, Dual Mini Humbucking Pickups, Chrome Hardware, and Untouched Electronics with 1377129 pot dates. A great sounding guitar with a unique tone that is quite different than the similar ES-335 model. The guitar has had a past neck reset with some finish touch up in the neck body joint area. Newer tuners. Very Good vintage condition displaying play wear with some finish checking. No headstock cracks or crack repairs. Included is an aftermarket hardshell case. HSC $HOLD
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1963 Epiphone Professional Cherry
Cherry Finish, Nickel Hardware, Early style Epiphone Headstock, Factory Tremolo, Blue Epiphone F-hole Label, Single Line Kluson Tuners, and Mini Humbucking Pickup. The Professional Guitar matches with the Epiphone Professional amp to activate on board amp effects through a 6 pin jack. The amp is not included. The guitar can be played using a standard 1/4 inch jack with Volume and Tone controls and the on board Tonexpressor. Excellent plus condition displaying very little play wear with some typical binding shrinkage. A beautiful and tidy example. Other than a newer Gibson bridge the guitar is original with no cracks or crack repairs. A great deal for 335 style guitar from Gibson's and Epiphone's Golden Age. HSC $2095
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1965 Epiphone Riviera Sunburst
A beautiful One Owner guitar featuring a Sunburst top finish over Figured Maple, Nickel Hardware, Blue F-hole Label, and Frequensator Tailpiece. A very resonant guitar that plays great. The majority of these 1964 and 1965 Rivieras have a 1 5/8" nut width but this one is just a hair bigger then what we normally see at 1 42/64". No cracks or repairs. A very tidy guitar in excellent plus vintage condition displaying only minor play wear with some light finish checking. Included is the original blue lined hardshell case, a pack of time period Gibson strings, and a pitch pipe that was in the case pocket. A gorgeous hard to find Nickel Hardware Riviera. OHSC $7500
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1966 Epiphone Riviera 12 Royal Tan
A Riviera 12 String featuring a beautiful original Royal Tan finish, Dual Pickups, Trapeze Tailpiece, Parallelogram Inlays, and Black Bonnet Knobs. Very good condition displaying some nicks, dings, and finish checking. No structural cracks or repairs. An all original early 12 string model in the harder to find and very attractive Royal Tan Finish. Ships in a newer high end hardshell case as pictured. HSC $3195
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1968 Epiphone Casino Sunburst
Iced Tea Sunburst Finish, Player friendly Long Neck Model, Frequensator Tailpiece, Figured maple back and two great sounding P-90 pickups. Very attractive and vibrant sunburst finish that gives it that Beatles look. Overall an excellent condition all original guitar. There is a wear spot on the side of the neck from where the original owner liked to store his accessories next to the neck and a few small finish blemishes on the back of the body from being stored with a guitar strap. Guitar comes with its original hardshell case. OHSC $3995
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1961 Epiphone Windsor E-352TD Sunburst
Sunburst Finish, Rare Double Pickup Model, Gold Hardware, Kluson Tuners, Early Badge Headstock Logo, and Epiphone Blue Label. According to Shipping Totals, one of only 44 Double Pickup Sunburst models produced. Very Good Condition displaying light to average play wear with some finish checking. Very Comfortable Wide Slim Neck Profile. First three frets appear to have been replaced and the D tuner has been repaired. A cool and Rare Model. HSC $3495
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1967 Epiphone Sorrento E-452TD Sunburst
Sunburst Finish, Dual Pickups, Blue F-hole label, Bonnet Knobs, Kluson Tuners, and Trapeze tailpiece. Very Good vintage condition displaying lots of finish checking and some normal play wear. Original Store Sticker on the back of the headstock. No cracks or crack repairs. Marked a factory second with no visible defects. Added strap button on heel and original switch tip has a missing chip (a repro will be included). Slightly bent but functional G tuner. Ships in a more recent hardshell case. From Gibson's Golden era comes this attractive Double Pickup Sorrento. HSC $2295
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1956 Gibson ES-175 D Blonde with Hang Tag
A Rare Blonde Double Pickup Es-175. Blonde Finish, Zig Zag Tailpiece, Nickel Hardware, Dual P-90 pickups, V Factory Order Number, Gold Bonnet Burst Knobs, and large rounded 50s neck profile. Included is the original Brown Hardshell Case and Hang Tag stamped ES-175 DN with matching serial number. The guitar displays some play wear with fine finish checking. Overall excellent vintage condition with no cracks or crack repairs. A beautiful, complete, and all original example. OHSC $7995
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1968 Gibson ES-175 DN Blonde
Rare Blonde Finish, Extra fine condition, Zig Zag tailpiece, One piece Mahogany Neck, Chrome Hardware, and No cracks or crack repairs. Missing label is the only minor negative. This one has seen very little use over the years. One of only 45 Blonde Double pickup ES-175s produced in 1968 according to production totals. HSC $5295
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1968 Epiphone Howard Roberts Sunburst
Sunburst Finish, Carved Spruce Top, Oval Soundhole, Floating Mini Humbucking pickup, Inlayed Headstock, and Oval Soundhole Label intact. An excellent condition example displaying some typical finish checking on the top and some light play wear. No cracks or crack repairs. Other than a newer ground wire and an added strap button on the heel, the guitar is all original. Slightly bent but functional G tuner. A nice playing guitar that comes with a newer hardshell case. HSC $2995
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1964 Gibson L-7C Sunburst
Carved Spruce Top, Breathtaking Highly Flamed Maple back, Orange Label, Sunburst Finish, Nickel hardware, and Parallelogram inlays. A one owner guitar that was very well taken care of displaying only light play wear. The owner placed a DeArmond Rhythm Chief pickup on the guitar that required no modification. A great sounding guitar both acoustically and amplified. These Rhythm Chief pickup systems are among the most sought after and sell alone in excess of $1000. The original owner wrote his name and purchase date next to the orange label. No cracks, repairs, or issues. Included is the original semi soft case and Rhythm Chief cable. OSSC $5500
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1966 Gibson Barney Kessel Custom Cherry Sunburst
A cool Barney Kessel Custom guitar. Cherry Sunburst Finish over a flamed maple top, Gold Hardware, Dual Patent Sticker Pickups, Gold Bonnet knobs, 5 piece Flamed Maple neck, Factory Grover tuners, and the great looking Bow tie inlays of the BK Custom. Other than an added strap button on the heel the guitar is all original. The guitar displays some normal play wear with a small patch of belt buckle wear, some expected finish checking, and a small common stress line at the jack. No headstock cracks or repairs. A very attractive guitar that plays and sounds great. Pickups are factory out of phase in the middle position as we often find with BK Customs. These Barney Kessel Customs were produced in very small numbers as this is one of only 57 made in 1966. Included is a recent Gretsch hardshell case. HSC $4995
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1949 Gibson SJ-200 N Blonde
We are proud to offer this exceedingly Rare Gibson Flat Top. Seldom Seen Blonde 1940s SJ-200. Spruce Top, Super Flamed Maple Back and Sides, Mustache Bridge, Fixed Saddle, Thin Tortoise Shell Pickguard with Floral Design, Crown Inlays, 1 11/16" Nut Width, Gold Tuners, and Wide Lapel Truss Rod Cover. Very Good vintage condition. A few typical pickguard tight cracks that we have cleated otherwise a crack free guitar. Marked a Factory Second with no visible defect. An all original guitar that comes with its original Brown Hardshell Case. The Factory Order Number suggests a late 1948 production with an early 1949 Serial Number. One of only 23 Blonde SJ-200Ns produced in 1949. An Amazing Find. OHSC $16,900
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1968 Gibson J-200 Sunburst
Tobacco Sunburst Finish, Flamed Maple Back, Crown Inlays, Factory Grover Tuners, and Gold Hardware. A Beatles guitar with the same specs as George's 1968 J-200. Pete Townshend also used a Sunburst 68 J-200 beginning with the "Tommy" Era. Very Good Plus Condition with some light finish checking, some typical pickguard shrinkage, and a finish blemish on the upper back of the body from a strap. No cracks or crack repairs. Overall an impressive and attractive J-200. Included is the Original Black Hardshell Case with Yellow Lining. OHSC $6995
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1956 Gibson J-160E Sunburst
All original and clean J-160E. Sunburst finish, Adjustable Bridge, Kluson tuners (with super clean buttons that have not shrunk with age), and Tortoiseshell Pickguard. No cracks or repairs. A fine example that comes with its original alligator case. OSSC $4995
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1960 Gibson J-45 Sunburst
An Amazing "Under the Bed" Find. A very clean 1960 J-45. We love the coloring of this Factory Finish as Gibson was transitioning from the earlier 1950s Tobacco Sunburst Finish and would later go to a 1960s Cherry Sunburst Finish with no Black. The result is a Vibrant multi colored Sunburst top with Cherry Back and Sides. Thin Tortoiseshell Pickguard, Kluson Tuners, and Factory Order Number Stamped Neck Block. We repaired and cleated the typical pickguard crack otherwise no cracks or repairs. An eye catching guitar that displays only some light play wear. An extra nice find. HSC $5895
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1968 Gibson J-45 Cherry
Rare Factory All Cherry Finish, Factory White Pickguard, Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, and Kluson Tuners. A nice crack free example. Very Good plus condition with some light fade and pick wear on the top. The back is very clean with a few minor scratches. An all original example of a Rare Finish Color J-45. HSC $6395
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1965 Gibson J-50 Natural
An Extra Fine condition all original early 1965 J-50. Natural Finish, Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, 1 11/16" nut width, and Adjustable Bridge. A stunning example displaying very little play wear with some fine finish checking on the top. A few small nicks and dings on the back. No top cracks. Slightly bent but functional G tuner. Included is the original alligator chipboard case. A great sounding J-50. OSSC $3995
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1962 Epiphone FT-79 Texan Sunburst
A Beautiful Early Texan. Sunburst Finish, Thin Tortoise Shell Pickguard, Early Headstock Design, Wide Nut Width, Resonant, and Crack Free. A tidy all original example that displays only some light play wear. HSC $4995
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1964 Epiphone FT-110 Frontier Natural
Natural Finish, Spruce Top, Maple Back and Sides, Blue Soundhole Label, Rope and Cactus Pickguard, and Single Line Kluson Tuners. Very Good vintage condition displaying finish checking and average play wear. Small minor repair at bass side lower bout binding edge. Just setup and ready to play. Included is the original gray semi soft case with blue lining. OSSC $4895HOLD
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1964 Gibson F-25 Folksinger Natural
Natural Finish, Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, 2" nut width, Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard, and Fixed Saddle. No cracks or crack repairs. Very good plus vintage condition with some finish checking and light play wear. Upper white pickguard is missing and an added strap button on the heel, otherwise an original guitar. Comfortable folk style action at 4/32" 12th fret bass side and 5/54" treble side. Included is a modern hardshell case. HSC $1595
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1950 Gibson TU-3 Ukulele Uke
A top of the line Gibson Tenor Uke. Only 205 TU-3 ukes were shipped during their production from 1950-1955. Mahogany body, Sunburst finish, and Multi bound top and back. Overall a clean instrument with expected finish checking and three tight hairline cracks on the back of the body. Two bridge pins appear to be non original. This Uke comes with its original brown soft shell case. OSSC $2495
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