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The Gibson Guitar Corporation, of Nashville, Tennessee, USA, is a manufacturer of acoustic and electric guitars. Gibson also owns and makes guitars under such brands as Epiphone, Kramer, Valley Arts, Tobias, Steinberger, and Kalamazoo. In addition to guitars, the company makes pianos through its Baldwin unit, Slingerland drums, as well as many accessory items. Company founder Orville Gibson made mandolins in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in the late 1890s. He invented archtop guitars by using the same type of carved, arched tops found on violins. By the 1930s, the company was also making flattop acoustic guitars, as well as the first commercially available hollow-body electric guitars, which were used and popularized by Charlie Christian. In the early 1950s, Gibson introduced its first solid-body electric guitar and its most popular guitar to date—the Les Paul. After being bought by the Norlin corporation in the late 1960s Gibson’s quality and fortunes took a steep decline until early 1986, when the company was rescued by its present owners. Gibson Guitar is a privately held corporation (company stock is not publicly traded on a stock exchange), owned by chief executive officer Henry Juszkiewicz and president David H. (Dave) Berryman.
The arrival of the Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar in 1983 offered guitarists all the essential elements of a Les Paul Standard, including a carved top and humbucking pickups. Its simple yet elegant design quickly helped it become the most popular model in the Les Paul Series....
Introduced in 1949 and still made today, Gibson's ES-175 boasts the longest continuous production run in electric guitar history. Take the ES-175's iconic body shape with its f-holes and Florentine cutaway, shrink it down, turn it into a thinline semi-hollowbody with a center block, and you have...
The Gibson Custom Historic 1958 Les Paul Standard VOS is oozing with classic tone and vintage-original-spec authenticity. Its eye-grabbing gold finish captures the depth, richness, and hue of a genuine '58 Standard. It features top-shelf tonewoods, including an lightweight mahogany body and solid...
Here we have a unique instrument, as this Gibson Nighthawk is a complete one-off, probably a custom Gibson Nighthawk prototype! The Nighthawk and Blueshawk models have their own cult followings, but this instrument is in a different ballpark and shows a different shape, actually unique...
A very cool looking SG Deluxe from 1998, when this edition was available for 3 years only. Perfectly equipped with 3 mini humbuckers and a Bigsby, this all mahogany body and neck has a rosewood fretboard and was gently played during its lifetime. No big dents, scratches or issues, only minor and...
The Gibson Les Paul Studio Tribute 2019 gives you classic Les Paul sound and looks in a lean-and-mean instrument with Ultra-Modern weight relief. Two humbuckers with attitude team up with a classic carved maple top and a chambered mahogany body to give you that fat, syrupy roar and legendary...
From its carved maple top to its stockpile of premium features, the Gibson Les Paul Standard ’60s is ready to rock. Burstbucker pickups and handwired electronics deliver a massive tone arsenal. And you’ll enjoy effortless playability, courtesy of a fast SlimTaper profile neck and silky-smooth...
Here we have a good looking second hand black Mahogany Satin Les Paul Traditional. It's in overall great shape with hardly any fret wear at all, and just a few scratches in general. This guitar was gently played at home. Comes with Classic 57 pickups and its original hardcase.
Here's an amazing find, built in 1957. This wonderfull Gibson ES-5 Switchmaster is the cleanest we've seen among vintage guitar shows, inventory from fellow vintage guitar shops owners and even the internet. We got from time to time some über clean vintage guitars, and this one is truly...
The Gibson ES-335 is the quintessential Gibson ES (Electric Spanish) guitar. The first “thinline” archtop of its kind, the historic ES-335 is considered the standard for semi-hollowbody guitars to this day. With impeccable sounds across its wide-ranging tonal palette, the ES-335 can be found...
Wow, here's an all original and very good to excellent condition 1968 Gibson SG Standard. This amazing piece of history features original Kluson tuners (comes now fitted with repro brushings, the original brushings are incl. in the case), Pat # pickups, original hardware and parts, original...
Here we have a fantastic looking all original ES-345 from 1967. This amazing guitar comes with an original factory Sparkling Burgundy finish and still show a vibrant mettalic finish in pristine condition, that only barely faded to a rusty color. We had a lot of vintage Gibson ES and this one is...
The Gibson ES-339 is loved by players who need semi-hollow tone but don’t want a guitar with too much bulk. Built as a smaller version of the ES-335, the ES-339 has the same semi-hollow tone and sustain in a smaller package. Made with a 3-ply maple and poplar laminate body, this guitar...
From its carved maple top to its stockpile of premium features, the Gibson Les Paul Standard ’50s is ready to rock. Burstbucker pickups and handwired electronics on this Gibson Les Paul Standard '50s deliver a massive tone arsenal. And you’ll enjoy effortless playability, courtesy of a...
Immortalized by Santana at Woodstock and smashed onstage by Townshend, the Gibson SG is a rock icon. Gibson’s Nashville-made 2019 SG Standard ’61 takes you back to the first model year of the legendary solidbody electric guitar — small pickguard, vintage cherry finish, and all. The SG...
The short scale length of the Gibson SG Standard Bass is perfect for the fat, full thump that made this one of the most prized vintage designs out there. A lot of that warmth is thanks to the mahogany body and neck. The SG Bass is also perfect for any style of gig, thanks to its pair of versatile...
here's a super leightweight SG Standard 61 we just received from the Swiss dsitribution, and this one is clearly the lightest SG we ever had !!! Immortalized by Santana at Woodstock and smashed onstage by Townshend, the Gibson SG is a rock icon. Gibson’s...
An exceptional and rare limited edition scheduled for the end of 2020, and based on the Flying V that Gibson specially built for Jimi Hendrix in 1969, and that he only had in 1970, a few weeks before his death. The original guitar, serial number 849476, was played at the famous Isle of Whight...
Here's a very rare and nice find, as such Gibson L5C Custom were only 36 pieces built in 1968. This superb guitar is partially original and had a top refinish, both color and finish. The back & sides are all original, color, finish, no refin or overspray. Original frets and original nut are...
Back in 1970, Gibson had four masterpieces in their catalogue: the Citation, the Johnny Smith, the ES 400 and the L5CES. These were the most expensive guitars Gibson ever produced and the craftmanship and quality was perfect, or close to it. Anyway, we get this 1970 Gibson Super 400 CES some time ag...
Here's a rare find, not as rare as the original L-4CES from 1958, but still very hard to find, even rarer in the wonderfull natural finish. This late 90s Natural L-4CES is in excellent shape, only shows minor playwear and has one of the most beautifull one piece figured maple back we've seen on such...
**************** Guitar just sold. Another Knopfler Aged will be aded soon on our website, feel free to contact us **************** Here we have a unique and exceedingly rare True Historic Les Paul 1958 Mark Knopfler Aged & Signed. Yes, one of the 50 pieces sold within days in late 2016. This brand...
********************** That one sold, but as we're still looking for more, contact us to know our latest availability ********************* So, back in...
The Gibson SG Special Electric Guitar has a body made from multipiece mahogany with a one-piece SG-style neck. 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 2 humbuckers with 2 volume and 2 tone controls, 3-way pickup selector, and a stopbar with Tune-O-Matic bridge. Includes Gibson deluxe gig bag....
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