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Gibson ES-345 Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar, 1964

Gibson ES-345 Thinline Archtop Electric Guitar, 1964

The Gibson ES-345 is the middle range of Gibson’s ES Thinline series and first appeared in 1958, using the new Seth Lover designed Humbucking pickups.
It’s a real treat to see and play a relatively early model ES-345, this one built in 1964 at the Gibson plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and especially one in such good physical and playing condition. This guitar has been refretted and plays very nicely. The finish is in good condition, especially considering that it’s been played enough to require a refret; there is a fair amount of finish wear on the back of the neck between the 3rd and 7th positions to bare wood, but there are no dents or dings.

Price: $15000 CAD
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Gibson ES-5 Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst, 1949 (REDUCED)

Gibson ES-5 Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst, 1949 (REDUCED)

The Gibson ES-5 appeared in 1949 and was the first ES – Electric Spanish – guitar with three pickups.   Originally equipped only with rotary pots for volume and tone controls, this model was revised in 1955 as the ES-5 Switchmaster.     Using a full size cutaway archtop body made with maple laminates for feedback rejection, the original ES-5 had individual volume controls and one master tone control.   Depending on the pot rotation, you could have all three pickups at any blend level. 

Price: $10500 CAD
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NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose G6119 Thinline Archtop Dark Cherry, 2008

NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose G6119 Thinline Archtop Dark Cherry, 2008

The Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennesee Rose, G6119, is a direct descendant of the Gretsch Tennessean produced from 1958 to 1980, renamed for legal reasons. The Tennessean trademark is still owned by Gibson, and wasn’t included when the Chet Atkins and Country Gentleman names were bought back by Gretsch. Otherwise, the Tennessee Rose and Tennessean are the same design.

Price: $2499.99 CAD

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Sold! Gretsch 6124 Single Anniversary 1960

Sold!  Gretsch 6124 Single Anniversary 1960

Gretsch introduced the Anniversary model in 1958 to celebrate their 75th year in business, and it was produced until 1975 (for the last four years as the 7560). Gretsch re-introduced it as the 6118 for the 120th Anniversary, and it’s still in production.

Price: $1399 CAD

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Douglas Harrison GB Custom Dual Thinline Archtop, 2015

Douglas Harrison GB Custom Dual Thinline Archtop, 2015

The Douglas Harrison GB model has been very successful with jazz guitarists and here we have another custom configuration with a pair of Lindy Fralin custom PAF style humbuckers.

Price: $5000 CAD
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NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Guild Savoy A-150 Archtop Guitar Sunburst, 1959

NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Guild Savoy A-150 Archtop Guitar Sunburst, 1959

Introduced in 1958, the Guild Savoy was available in cutaway acoustic form – as the A-150 here – and as the electric X-150. The body is a full 17 inch wide, with three inch sides. Often, it was equipped with a neck mount deArmond pickup though this example does not appear to have had one.

Price: $2100 CAD

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