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Bridge Pins Martin

$175
If you own a new Martin guitar, chances are the bridge pins are installed so that the head of the pin sticks up about ¼" above the bridge. Our Size 2A pins will fit the same way. Size 2C is the same degree of taper but with a reduced shaft diameter (0.215 at the top of the shaft) so that they will sit farther down in the bridge. These are size 2C with a Paua Abalone Dots in Fossilized Ivory
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1993 Gibson Byrdland

$5,000
1993, Burgundy, short Byrdland scale neck, slim body, L-5 appointments, carved spruce top, carved curly maple back and sides, ebony board with pearl block inlays, gold hardware, near mint
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2013 Gibson Byrdland Custom Shop

$6,995
This used Gibson 2013 Byrdland Custom Shop archtop is built for speed and that luscious archtop tone. The carved solid Spruce top complete with bound f-holes, along with the stunning solid Maple back and sides are just the beginning of its high-end construction. Add in mother-of-pearl block inlays, the classic Gibson flower pot design, and gorgeous binding on the neck, headstock, and body truly...
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1959 Gibson Byrdland

$7,995
Here's a superb Byrdland from 1959 refinished in dark sunburst. With the the exception of the refin the guitar is all original and comes with the original Gibson brown case. Price to sell..
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1961 Gibson Byrdland

$13,600
EC-, 17'' lower bout, natural finish, florentine (sharp) cutaway, spruce top, figured maple back and sides, 3-piece maple / mahogany neck, 22-fret ebony fingerboard has been slightly modified with the addition of a zero fret, pearl block inlays, gold tune-o-matic bridge with rosewood base, 2 original ''PAF'' humbucking pickups, gold hardware shows some wear, trapeze tailpiece engraved...
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1973 Gibson Byrdland (#GAT0367)

$6,995
1973 Gibson Byrdland, Sunburst Finish, Carved Spruce top, Gold Hardware, Two Humbucking pickups, Bound Ebony fingerboard with Pearl block inlays, Attractive flamed Maple neck, Great low action, Beautiful example, Hang tag, EC+, Clean OHSC, $6,995
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1957 Gibson Byrdland (#GAT0362)

$11,900
1957 Gibson Byrdland, Rare Blonde Finish, Two Powerful Alnico pickups, Carved Spruce top, Gorgeous Flamed Maple back & sides, Gold Hardware, Bound Ebony fingerboard with Pearl block inlays, Tortoise pickguard, Great low action, Wonderful instrument, EC, OHSC, $11,900
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1959 Gibson BYRDLAND

$16,995
Here's a Byrdland from 1959 in IMPRESSIVE condition. 100% original. Collectable grade instrument. Comes with the original Gibson brown case..
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1973 Gibson Byrdland

$6,000
A gorgeous Blonde Byrdland. Flamed Maple back and sides, Solid Spruce Top, Venetian Cutaway, Rare Blonde Finish, Gold Hardware, NO Volute and Tortoiseshell pickguard. The guitar is in extra fine condition displaying very little play wear. The flame on this guitar is very attractive and really explodes in good light. The pickguard has typical crystallization but is intact. The wooden bridge base...
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2012 Gibson Byrdland Florentine

$6,500
New Gibson Byrdland with Florentine cutaway - a superb value! Carved top and back, select woods, thin hollow body and unique upgrades that advance the Byrdland design to a new level of performance. The neck width has been increased to 1-11/16ths inches at the nut, and the neck has been made subtly thicker from lower to upper register. Now, the 23.5" scale is extremely comfortable and the...
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1974 Gibson Byrdland (#GAT0348)

$6,995
1974 Gibson Byrdland, Sunburst Finish, Carved Spruce top, Gold Hardware, Two Humbucking pickups, Bound Ebony fingerboard with Pearl block inlays, Attractive flamed Maple neck, Replaced Tortoise pickguard, Fine playing, Lovely instrument, VG++, OHSC, $6,995
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1980 Gibson Byrdland (#GAT0347)

$5,995
1980 Gibson Byrdland, Natural Finish, Carved Spruce top, Gold Hardware, Bound Ebony fingerboard with Pearl block inlays, Tortoise guard, Two Humbucking pickups, Great low action, Stunning example! EC+, OHSC, $ 5,995
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1959 Gibson Bridge Screws and Saddles

$200
1959-60 Gibson gold tune-o-matic screws with nylon saddles in excellent condition. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1964 Gibson Byrdland

$11,500
One of the Most Beautiful Guitars Ever Made. 1964 Gibson Byrdland. This top-of-the-line 17-inch-wide, 2 1/4 inches deep, thinbody guitar weighs just 6.70 lbs. Two-piece carved spruce parallel braced top with single-bound f-holes. One-piece carved 'flamed' maple back and sides. Nine-ply binding on the top, five-ply binding on the back and five-ply binding on the headstock. Three-piece 'flamed'...
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1957 Gibson Byrdland

$8,500
1957 Gibson Byrdland Natural Blonde, Excellent, Original Hard, $8,500.00. If you have any trouble reaching me, please email directly to southworthguitar@aol.com for immediate service. Thanks!
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~1971 Gibson Byrdland

$5,995
Many working musicians of the fast-paced and musically adventurous ’50s required a new instrument — one that captured traditional Gibson archtop artistry and craftsmanship, but represented a redrawing of the blueprint for the needs of the day. Enter the Byrdland, released in 1955 after consultation with first-call Nashville session musicians Billy Byrd and Hank Garland. Outwardly every bit a...
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~1960 Gibson Byrdland

$11,000
The Byrdland features a short scale 23.5” neck on a thinner L-5 body (2.25”) with a 17” carved spruce. A beautiful honey iced tea finish is complemented with a flower pot motif inlay on the headstock. It is equipped with two superb patent # Gibson humbuckers and a gold tune-a-matic bridge with an ornately scrolled Byrdland tailpiece. The plating is fairly worn on the hardware but overall the...
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Mammoth Ivory Bridge Pins

$125
Fossilized Mammoth Ivory Bridge Pins: Slotted. These are made from the tusk of the Wooly Mammoth ''Hairy Elephant.'' These creatures roamed the earth thousands of years ago. What is left today is Ivory with a high mineral content of which is an unmatched tone transference medium. Available plain, with tortoiseshell or abalone dots, or a paua circle on head of bridge pin.
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1969 Gibson BYRDLAND

$7,500
Named after and originally designed for ace Nashville session men Billy Byrd and Hank Garland, the Byrdland is essentially a thin-line (2¼”), short scale (23½”) L5-CES. In other words, she’s pure hand-made Kalamazoo butta. She has a spruce top, maple neck, back and sides and five-ply binding. Her fret board is ebony with pearl block inlays and this example sports the rounded Venetian cut-away...
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~1956 Gibson bridge

$185
rectangular bridge similar to the dogbone bridge used.
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