1984 Gibson EXPLORER

This is from The Gibson Designer series that ran from 1984-86. The Series included Explorers and Flying V’s all of which came stock with unusual paint jobs such as this one.
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1984 Gibson Explorer Bass

Explorer basses are rare and were only made for a few years during the 80’s. The body on this one is rough. There are numerous nicks, dings, scratches, gouges (one large gouge has been touched up with black paint), but no cracks. There’s lots of lacquer checking. The frets and fingerboard are nice, and the bass plays and sounds well. Pots date 1378438. Comes with a non-original hardshell.
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1984 Gibson Explorer Designer Series

Cool Designer series Explorer, black with gold graphics. Gold hardware. Changed bridge pickup, strap buttons, and jack plate. Routed for mini toggle under the pick guard. Has been played, but structurally sound.
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1993 Gibson Explorer

1993 Gibson Custom Shop Zebra Explorer Black and White Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 91693755. Purportedly created for the NAMM show in 1993, this was 1 of 1 zebra striped Explorers built by the Gibson Custom shop. According to Gibson, as part of the "zebra" series, one Les Paul and one Flying V were also built. It goes without saying that this is indeed rare and all original with no...
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1988 Gibson E90 Explorer

White Cream finish that has slightly yellowed with age, Duncan Invader pickup installed, lightning bolt string through bridge, split diamond fingerboard inlays, black hardware, and slightly smaller than standard explorer body (90% size) with belly cut. This is the same model as used and designed by The Scorpions Matthias Jabs. The guitar was autographed by Pantera in 1992. Dimebag signed under...
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1980 Gibson Explorer

For a guitar to really work, it has to look how it sounds, and Gibson's Explorer looks and sounds mean. The twin humbuckers and all mahogany construction make for a chunky sounding guitar, perfect for riffage. It looks like the previous owner couldn't put it down for more than a few seconds at a time as it has lots of cool and vibey wear througout. The paint has aged to a creamier shade, and...
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1973 Gibson Byrdland

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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