This Gibson Firebird is an extremely rare variant with a stock reverse body and headstock, inline tuners, no binding, and P-90 pickups. It sounds insane. Someone stuck banjo tuners on it at one point, but the originals are back on - there are some filled holes in the back of the headstock - pro work. Aside from that, there are no breaks or repairs or other issues, the guitar is 100% original...
This Gibson Firebird was made in the USA in 1965. This is a early '65 reverse firebird, that has the transitional non-reverse headstock. Sometimes called a the "platypus" model. It plays and sounds great, and there are no breaks or repairs. The bridge, tailpiece, knobs, truss rod cover, and neck pickup are original. The bridge pickup is a 70's patent stamped firebird pickup. The pots are...
This is 1965 Gibson Firebird III Original Ember Red .
Extremery rare color "Ember Red". Excelent clean condition and fully original. Eary issue slide switch pickup selector . Come with original hard she'll case.
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This Gibson Firebird was made in the USA in 1965. It shows heavy play wear but the neck has never been broken or repaired and this one is a killer player. All the hardware is nickel which is rare on a non-reverse bird. There is a small repair around the jack, but aside from that no structural issues. The tuners and pots are not original but everything else is. It comes with a non original...
This Gibson Firebird III was made in the USA in 1965. We believe it to be ember red - but maybe is cardinal red. It is all original but did have other tuners on it at one point. No neck issues, but there is a repaired crack by the control cavity. The finish is original and really looks fabulous. Call for an in hand description. It comes with a non original hard case.
the man (or hoe) that would be king...might be the person who would bring a set of direct-fit titanium reverse firebird tuners to market. 'till then...there's this. extreme feather-weight. huge neck. dig the wood-grain and shading of the finish and perfect blood-red bird logo on that crack-free guard. sounds outrageous. one of the coolest looking nicest reverse firebirds i have ever see. the...
1965 Gibson Firebird I in sunburst finish. Good condition, non-reverse body, a few dings and scrapes, original P-90s and vibrola, replaced tuners, and a repaired body crack. Trem arm in the non-original hardshell case. Additional photos available on our website: www.guitarworksltd.com.
1965 Gibson Firebird XII in an extremely RARE original custom color PELHAM BLUE finish. It's had a headstock repair, and the headstock was refinished after the repair was made. The repair was not good enough as it is in need of another headstock repair in the same place. It has a good playing neck with great frets. It's all original and 100% complete including its original hardshell case. ...
Under the Bed for Forty-Nine Years!
1965 Gibson Firebird I "Non-Reverse".
This very early "non-reverse" guitar weighs just 6.90 lbs. and has a nut width of just under 1 5/8 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Solid mahogany body, one-piece mahogany neck with a very fast thin-to-medium profile, and unbound rosewood fretboard with 22 jumbo frets and inlaid pearloid dot...
1965 Firebird III. Done up in the original polaris white--a color not offically offered until 1966. Also, features rarer mini humbuckers verus the more common p90s. The reverse body was discontinued mid 1965.
Sunburst, nice player piece, no breaks or repairs, newer guard, new screws, replaced switch, finish has dings and checking but overall pretty nice, Brazilian rosewood board, one inlay missing and hole filled with epoxy, frets have wear but plenty of metal for dressing, pots date 1965, extra strap button added, 7 lbs. 3 oz., in PRS Bass case (fit perfectly)
Sunburst, 3 P-90s, all original, minimal guard shrinkage, slide switch works fine, fat neck with 1 9/16" nut, finish checking and player dings, frets in nice shape, great playing and sounding piece, 7 lbs 15 oz, OHSC in nice shape
8 lbs. 13 oz.
2010 Gibson custom shop firebird V
Comes with the COA
Near Mint condition (Almost brand new )
2010 Gibson 1965 Firebird V Custom Shop
Vintage Sunburst W/Maestro Vibrato
Released in 1963, Gibson's Firebird model featured neck-through-body construction with glued on wings and mini-humbucking pickups. These unique pickups produced more of a cutting tone than the...
Retrofret Stock # 6735. Gibson Firebird III Model Solid Body Electric Guitar (1966), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 700651, sunburst lacquer finish, mahogany body and neck, rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. Gibson's second-try "non-reverse" Firebird were downpriced and simplified versions of the earlier "reverse" body guitars. Introduced in summer 1965, these new models were...
When we state "NEAR MINT" we mean it.And there is no checking on this bird.100% with tags.Only 1164 shipped this year,but how few in this rare color?Pots dated 39th week of 1965.Bummer the near mint pick guard has shrunk.Only 7.6 lbs.Near mint original rare case.Please go to WWW.NEALSGUITARS.COM
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Early 1965 Trini Lopez Regular model guitar. Yes we all know it was just a gussied up ES-335, with a big Firebird style peghead, fancier inlays, elongated diamond soundholes and a rosewood block with an engraved plaque bearing the artists name attached to the tailpiece. But this one is so special! Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and tailpiece insert, yes Brazilian I said, HUGE SOUNDING patent# PAF...
1966 Gibson Firebird V Sunburst Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 800292. All original non-reverse Firebird with normal checking. No cracks, breaks or repairs to the body. Pickguard is cracked from shrinkage as is common. Pots date to the 7th week of 1966. All electronics are original and working. Newer Gibson hard case included. Condition: Good. Price Guide Value $5,500
1964 Gibson Firebird III Sunburst Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 183111. Beautiful example with very little play wear. Light checking and minor surface scuffs. Pickguard has cracked from shrinkage. Original hard case and hang tag included. Condition: Very Good. Price Guide Value $10,000