This Gibson ES-125 3/4 was made in the USA in 1958. It shows wear, but overall this is in very nice shape. It is all original except for the knobs, and complete except that it is missing the pickguard. It comes with a non original soft case.
Here we have an exceptional example of an electric archtop. This 1954 Gibson ES-125 is in very good+ condition. This guitar has only seen two owners. The nut width is a standard 1-11/16", and this guitar weighs in at 5.2 lbs. Everything except the reproduction tuners are original, and the original tuners are included in the original hardshell case.
An exceptionally clean ES-125. from 1957, a banner year for everything, it seems. Original solid rosewood bridge, original pickguard, original tailpiece with minor professional hinge repair. In beautiful condition overall and plays like it too. Brand-new perfect repro tuners, a blessing. An unusually nice example. $2595 w/hsc
1956 Gibson ES-125 in excellent condition. One of the all time classic and most useful guitars. These were sold as student guitars but built with quality that matched the top of Gibson's electric line. This one is all original down tot the last screw. The finish is in great shape with fine checking and a few wear spots from being in the case. Nice round handful of a neck profile with the 1...
A most delightful example of this elegant model, copied by many for over sixty years but never quite duplicated by anyone. From what many consider to be their best period, this lovely, earlier ES-125 is 100% original other than for a perfect replica set of tuners (originals included, in its case), with best-period, near-perfect slim frets, original solid Brazilian rosewood compensated bridge, and...
This super clean 125 is in remarkable condition, and includes original hang tag. The original finish shows little use & only some minor surface scratches- and very few. The frets appear original & have been played VERY little. Previous owner wanted new looking hardware & replaced the tuners, control knobs, tailpiece, strap button & bridge- all with...
1954 Gibson ES-125
Original Sunburst Finish
Original P-90 Pickup
Original Tuning Pegs With Changed Buttons
No Cracks Or Repairs
Non-Original Bridge Top
Perfect Replacement Pickguard
Some Honest Playwear and Checking (See Photos)
Professionally Set Up In Our Shop With Low Action-
Plays Perfectly and Sounds Great
Truss Rod Works and The Neck Is Straight
The 1950's was a very good time to get a Gibson: great neck carves, lovely sounding P-90 which covers so much sonic ground, good old wood, etc. Here we have a nice 1957 ES-125T that will not disappoint. It plays effortlessly and it's super light: 5.6 lbs of magic in guitar form. No breaks, no repairs, no mods. Absolutely gorgeous clean guitar, very light weather checking. Missing a dot marker at...
Case: Original hard case
Comments: This vintage Gibson archtop is such a special instrument. It has been played and has the vibe of a guitar that has some stories to tell. Besides a missing pickguard, this beauty is all stock. We rarely see the 2-pickup version of the ES125 so it was a real...
One owner.Extremely rare single P.A.F pk-up!! Not that it matters,but just the side piece of the tailpiece (the part that screws onto the body) is newer. Rare factory wooden bridge for better tone. Body #T6144 18. Nice fat neck.We have more photos. Please go to www.nealsGuitars.com
One of Just Fifty-Seven Natural ES-140 3/4T's Ever Made
Better Defined as a Near Mint Three-Quarter Size ES-175.
1958 Gibson ES-140 3/4T.
This super rare 'natural' three-quarter size guitar weighs just 4.10 lbs. Three-ply laminated light birds-eye maple body with two 'f' holes edged in white. One-piece Honduras mahogany neck, and Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 19 original thin frets and...
One of the best Guitars Gibson put out before Norlin. The vib of a 50's guitar at a much lower cost. 2 p90's all original with the exception of changed turners and a strap button on the side of the upper bout. . Great neck with plenty of fret left.
This is one of 43 guitars that just arrived from Steve Millers collection. This also includes a photo of Steve with the guitar. Contact Dan Aronie at 408-377-5864 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Nice player, original double pickup model but pickups have been changed. Looks like Kent Armstrong but not sure. Tuner buttons and knobs appear to be changed. Comes in a good fitting TKL hardcase. Paypal accepted.
Its gorgeous & rare as hell all Blonde finish has a nice patina, it has 1 PAF pickup that is absolutely to die for
if you are a "Joe Pass" fan, its 1 piece mahogany neck has a cool factory Black painted Stinger around it heel, it was special ordered new by
its 1st owner with factory installed nickel plated Grover tuners as compared to usual Klusons, it also has its original pickgard &...
Gibson's 125's from the mid to late 50's are very cool indeed, however quite costly on the vintage market. We are now having the small Heritage shop in Kalamazoo make us a similar model, (Please see listing for Heritage model H525PTD)- with some important differences, like a slightly thicker body for a stronger neck-body joint, Jason Lollar's awesome P-90's. better (much better) tuning keys, &...
The Gibson ES-335 debuted in 1958 with a revolutionary new design: the thinline semi-hollow body archtop electric body. The thin body of this guitar was constructed of a laminated Maple arched top and back but had a solid center Maple block running down the center of the body. The resulting guitar had a warm tonal response but limited the problem of feedback at high stage volumes that many...