At the very end of the 19th century, Orville Gibson invented the archtop guitar, and in the mid-1950s Gibson introduced the thinline design with the Byrdland and the ES-335. The Twelfth Fret proudly presents Gibson arcthtops and thinline electric guitars. We set up instruments to the player’s requirements and we ship worldwide.
The Gibson Memphis ES-335, sometimes classed as Custom Shop, is exceptionally well put together and these guitars demonstrate the versatility of the design.
Since its first appearance in 1952, there have been a fair number of versions of the Les Paul. From Memphis, the Gibson ES Les
Here's something brand new, and a scoop on the Gibson website - from Memphis, the Gibson ES-275 thin hollow body archtop in classic cherry lacquer.
Introduced in 2007, the Gibson ES-339 follows the successful path of the ES-335 thinline archtop electric line but with a body just larger than a
Just in - a brand new, limited-run Gibson ES-Les Paul White Top! Blending the features of the Les Paul and the ES-335, the ES-Les
This very special instrument has just arrived from the Gibson Nashville Custom Shop - the Gibson Dave Grohl DG-335 in Pelham Blue, signed by Dave
The Gibson ES-339 Studio is a new model, with the great features of the smaller ES-339 thinline electric model stripped down to the essentials.
The Gibson Byrdland features a unique blend of large and small; a full 17 inch wide body with a 2.5 inch depth, and a
Wes Montgomery was and is still one of the most influential jazz guitarists ever, and relied on a Gibson L-5 CES for most of his