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1978 Les Paul Deluxe Sunburst (consignment) SOLD

1978 Les Paul Deluxe Sunburst (consignment) SOLD

The Les Paul is one of the classic workhorses of modern popular music. Produced since 1952 in a number of variations, it appears on all kinds of stages and recordings.

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1953 Gibson J-50 (consignment) No Longer Available

1953 Gibson J-50 (consignment) No Longer Available

This 1953 Gibson J-50 demonstrates why Gibson flat-tops are so desirable. It has obviously been used as the makers intended, and has had the service that any 60-year old might need. And the sound is incredible! Full, bright, LOUD, crisp and even, this guitar has exceptional tone and would be a very positive addition to any trac

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2007 Gibson CJ-165 (consignment) No Longer Available

2007 Gibson CJ-165 (consignment) No Longer Available

Gibson’s Jumbo guitars – the J-200, J-185 – have been popular since the J-200 was introduced in the 1938. There have been many variations, and between 2006 and 2008 the CJ-165 was built at the Gibson plant in Bozeman, Montana, under the watchful supervision of Ren Ferguson.

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1995 Gibson Les Paul Standard (consignment) No Longer Available

1995 Gibson Les Paul Standard (consignment) No Longer Available

The Gibson Les Paul is one of the workhorses of the guitar universe. It fits in any musical context that accepts amplified instruments, so you can see or hear a Les Paul on a huge variety of of stages or recordings.

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2010 Gibson Les Paul 60s Tribute Gold Top (consignment) SOLD

2010 Gibson Les Paul 60s Tribute Gold Top (consignment) SOLD

The Les Paul was one of the very first successful and widely accepted solidbody electric guitars – Leo Fender’s Telecaster being the other.

Produced for over 60 years with a number of variations, the Les Paul has been used in pretty much every style of music that allows for amplified instruments.

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1968 Gibson ES-345 TDC Stereo (consignment) SOLD

1968 Gibson ES-345 TDC Stereo (consignment) SOLD

The ES-345 model with stereo and varitone was next to top of the line for Gibson thinlines – the next step was the ES-355, with the same general features but an ebony fingerboard, block position markers, more binding, and often a Bigsby or Maestro Vibrola.

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