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.
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
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.
Welcome to the 2013 winter NAMM show! Join the Twelfth Fret Guitar Shop for a quick tour of some of our favorite booths and
On April 25th 2010, I flew to Nashville along with 13 other Canadians to visit Gibson Guitars. Our group was assembled and led by Jeff
Joe Pass, Kenny Burrell, Joe Diorio, Toots Thielmans, Wes Montgomery, Pat Martino, Herb Ellis, Howard Roberts, Jimmy Raney, Pat Metheny ... all at one
This is without a doubt, the nicest new thinline semi-acoustic that Gibson has offered since the '50s. The new ES-339 is finally addressing
The year 1958 was a pivotal point in the evolution of the electric guitar for the Gibson company. Old models were changed and
I have always liked the idea of playing a ES 335 but it always feels a bit to big for me. Enter the ES 359!