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Gretsch G5622T Electromatic® Center Block Double-Cut with Bigsby®, Georgia Green

Gretsch G5622T Electromatic® Center Block Double-Cut with Bigsby®, Georgia Green

This is new, and very nice – a Gretsch G5622T Electromatic® Center Block Double-Cut with Bigsby® in a Georgia Green metallic finish, sporting Super HiLo ‘Tron pickups.

Price: $1099 CAD
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Gibson ES-175/CC ‘Charlie Christian’ Archtop Electric Sunburst 1979

Gibson ES-175/CC 'Charlie Christian' Archtop Electric Sunburst 1979

Built in limited numbers at the Kalamazoo plant during 1978 and 1979, the Gibson ES-175/CC is based on the venerable ES-175 cutaway archtop design, with a single 1930’s style Charlie Christian pickup installed. In total, fewer than 500 were built.

Price: $4250 CAD
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Gibson Les Paul Standard Blueberry Burst, 2019

Gibson Les Paul Standard Blueberry Burst, 2019

The new 2019 Gibson Les Paul Standard features the popular asymmetrical Slim Taper neck profile with Ultra-Modern weight relief for increased comfort and playability. Impeccable looks are highlighted by the powerful tonewood combination of mahogany back and carved maple AAA figured top.

Price: $3329 CAD
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Gibson ES-125 Archtop Electric with P-90, Sunburst 1961

Gibson ES-125 Archtop Electric with P-90, Sunburst 1961

The Gibson ES-125 made its debut in 1941 as a student model – an affordable archtop electric, of maple laminate, one pickup and little decoration. Originally fitted with a ‘Blade’ style pickup, by 1947 a standard P90 was used. Production lasted until 1970. In 1956, the new thin body ‘ES-125T’ appeared and was available with two pickups and a cutaway.

Price: $1999.99 CAD
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Gibson ES-335 TDC Dot Neck Thinline Cherry, 1961

Gibson ES-335 TDC Dot Neck Thinline Cherry, 1961

Introduced in 1958, the Gibson ES-335 was one of the most significant guitar innovations and examples like this 1961 dot neck model are rare. Aimed at jazz players needing to play on ever-louder stages, the ES-335 had to provide arch-top tonality with feedback resistance. This wonderful example dates to 1961 and was built at the historic Kalamazoo, Michigan Gibson plant. It is a TDC model – Thin body, Dual pickup, Cherry finish.

Price: $31999.99 CAD
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Epiphone Riviera Style E360TDC Thinline Archtop Cherry, 1969

Epiphone Riviera Style E360TDC Thinline Archtop Cherry, 1969

Introduced in 1962, the Epiphone Riviera followed the new Gibson Thinline design of thin archtop with a center block. The Riviera was a relatively plain model, with two small humbuckers and a Frequensator split trapeze or Vibrola tailpiece. It was built until 1970, when the Norlin management shifted Epiphone production to Japan. The full designation for the model is Epiphone Style E360 Riviera, and in this case it is an E360TDC for Thin, Dual Pickup, Cherry finish.

Price: $4250 CAD
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