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1981 Gibson ES-347TD

$3,495
Very cool all original 347 in a rare & beautiful factory Black finish, nice headstock & smooth ebony fingerboard w/Pearl Block inlays with tons of white bindings all over, 2 powerful PAF type pickups w/a 3 way selector & coil tap switches, all gold hardware, factory tun-a-matic bridge & factory stop tailpiece like a “Lucille” model but way better, it has slight wear & is all original,...
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1985 Gibson ES-347

$2,750
Sunburst, gold hardware, ebony board, coil tap, TP-6 Tailpiece, curly maple top and back, mahogany neck, brass nut, vgc+
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1985 Gibson ES-347

$2,999
A fantastic 1985 Gibson ES-347. In Very Good ++, all original condition down to the brass nut that Gibson shipped these with. Features a coil splitting switch, adjustable bridge, gold hardware and block inlays on an ebony fretboard. There is a really cool dark flame on the back of the neck. A couple spots on the guitar where the lacquer has begun to chip, there is also a small lacquer chip on the...
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1988 Gibson ES-347

$3,495
Original 1988 Gibson ES-347 in remarkably clean condition. This guitar plays and sounds fantastic. Original pickups have a super warm and classy tone. Neck is medium sized with a great feel. Looks amazing. All original with original case and very very clean. Perfect for the collector and player alike.
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1988 Gibson ES-347

$2,450
This Gibson ES-347 is a beautiful looking and sounding guitar from 1988. The coil splitter gives you a wide variety of tonal possibilities and it has been retrofitted with a Bigsby vibrato system. This was done without drilling any holes, and the original bridge is included if you wanted to return it to stock hardware! Some wear and checking in the finish, but overall it's a well maintained,...
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1980 Gibson ES347

$1,995
Rare natural finish with beautiful patina. Neck has been resprayed a while ago but I would not have known if the customer had not told me (done by DiBurro Guitar). Moderate fret and play wear but overall very nice for a 35 year old instrument. Has a couple minor stress cracks around the input jack. Guitar comes with a period Gibson case that fits well but appears to be a bass case.
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1980 Gibson ES-347TD

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Introduced in 1978 & discontinued in 1991 the ES-347TD features all the classic specs of the ES-335 with a few upgrades. It has a brass nut and TP-6 micro-adjustable tailpiece for fine tuning & added brightness. Other upgrades include barrel knobs with individual pickup volume and tone and a split-coil switch for maximum tonal options, Ebony fingerboard with Mother-of-Pearl full block inlays, & 2...
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~1974 Gibson ES-345TDWSV “Stereo Varitone”

$4,495
Spectacular & rare as hell ES-345 model in a pretty Walnut stain finishover a very grainey maple body front, back & sides, its 3 piece mahogany neck has a volute & is the last of its type until Gibson reintroduced it in 1981, double parallelogram inlays, its 5 way stereo varitone unit has a huge variety of tones available thru its 2 Pat.# stickered Humbuckeing pickups, its all gold hardware is...
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1961 Gibson ES-345

$12,000
Real nice clean '61 original stoptail ES-345. Some 60's 345's are great lookers, some are great players and some get to be both. Exceptional sustain and excellent perfectly matched PAFs. Both read 7.84K. The original stereo circuit has been converted to mono using the original Varitone and new pots. The original pots are included. Bridge PAF was opened to flip the magnet for mono use. Some...
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1961 Gibson ES-345

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2 Tone Sunburst - Good Wood Grain - 100% Original including PAF's - Plays and sounds Great
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1984 Gibson ES-357 (ES-Mitch)

$5,250
Dare to be different! This is NOT your average Gibson ES-335 - ES-345 or ES-355 guitar! There are literally millions of guitar players around the globe - here is one of the rarest Gibson guitars you will ever find - one of about twelve made of different variants during Gibson's closing year in Kalamazoo and opening year in Nashville. Often called the "ES-Mitch" for its designer, famous session...
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1961 Gibson ES345

$16,000
Killer guitar! 100% original. Everything works as it should. 2 PAF pickups. Factory Bigsby. Bigsby was off. For a few years and sows les wear than the other gold hard ware. Nice 60's profile neck. Not to thin and has bit of chunk to it.
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1961 Gibson GA-79RV

$2,700
Everybody knows this amp when they see it. Tube guru Aspen Pittman calls this one of the "Top Ten All Time Classics". This is the version you want. Tweed cover and, more importantly, P10Q's. The later ones have C10Q's and they don't sound the same. This is a stereo amp with reverb but no tremolo. Footswitch is hardwired and included. This amp can be bridged for mono but it really shines with a...
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1962 Gibson ES-345TDC [Special Factory Dot-Neck/Bigsby]

$28,500
The Original Gibson Stereo Guitar! A Special Factory Order 'Dot-Neck' Bigsby Guitar With Two PAFs 1962 Gibson ES-345TD. This highly unusual and very beautiful stereo guitar weighs just 8.70 lbs. Highly-figured laminated maple body with a beautifully rich cherry finish. Semi-solid construction with a maple central block, triple binding on the top and single binding on the back. One-piece...
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