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1939 Kalamazoo KHG 14 (consignment) SOLD

1939 Kalamazoo KHG 14 (consignment)  SOLD

The 1939 Kalamazoo KHG 14 is very much like the Gibson L-00, but without the truss rod. It’s had its bridsge replaced, cracks have been repaired, and has been converted from Hawaiian setup to ‘standard’ fingerstyle.

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2008 Gibson 1960 Les Paul Special Double Cut VOS (consignment) SOLD

2008 Gibson 1960 Les Paul Special Double Cut VOS (consignment) SOLD

Gibson introduced the Les Paul Special in 1955 as a single cutaway, and in late 1958 launched the double-cut version. This was an immediate success and was produced in this form until 1963, when the new body shape we know as the SG took over. The Doublecut was re-produced in 2001, and in 2008 became a regular order item.

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Wine Red 1991 Gibson Les Paul Special (consignment) SOLD

Wine Red 1991 Gibson Les Paul Special  (consignment)  SOLD

This wine red 1991 Gibson Les Paul Special is in great condition with only minor play wear. The P-90’s are thick and rich, and the neck profile is wide enough but not chunky.

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2011 Cherryburst Gibson Les Paul 50s Tribute (consignment) SOLD

2011 Cherryburst Gibson Les Paul 50s Tribute  (consignment) SOLD

Gibson has built the Les Paul model since 1952. This 2011 Cherryburst Gibson Les Paul 50s Tribute has all the basic, early Les Paul features – maple cap on a mahogany back, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, and P-90s.

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1999 Gibson ES-5 Alnico (Consignment) SOLD

1999 Gibson ES-5 Alnico (Consignment) SOLD

Here’s a real treat: a very good condition 1999 Gibson ES-5 Alnico, built in the Gibson Custom Shop at Nashville, Tennessee. The Gibson ES-5 was first produced in 1949, as an alternate electric model of the L-5. Intended for jazz players, the ES-5 had three pickups and lots of controls to allow subtle tonal adjustments.

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1967 Gibson ES-345 SOLD

1967 Gibson ES-345  SOLD

Here’s a nice 1967 Gibson ES-345, with varitone; originally wired for stereo output, it’s been modified to a more practical mono setup.

Finding a place in all musical genres, the ES-335, 345 and 355 have been popular since their introduction in 1958 and have never gone out of production.

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