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1954 Gibson J-200N

$9,500
Retrofret Stock # 4727. Gibson J-200N Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1954), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # A-18142, natural lacquer finish, maple back and sides, spruce top; maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, original brown tolex hard shell case. Overall length is 42 1/4 in. (107.3 cm.), 17 in. (43.2 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 4 15/16 in. (12.5 cm.) in depth at side, taken at the...
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Gibson J-200 Standard Acoustic-Electric Guitar Antique Natural

$3,799
Gibson J-200 Standard Acoustic-Electric Guitar Antique Natural "Gently Used" - $3799 A classic with top-of-the-line technology. From its inaugural appearance in 1937, Gibson's J-200 set a standard others have been trying to match ever since. Today-nearly 71 years later-the legacy of Gibson's "King of the Flat-tops" lives on in the Gibson J-200 Standard acoustic-electric guitar. Upon its...
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1964 Gibson J-200

$8,995
I can barely believe how spectacular this 1960s Gibson J-200 sounds; it is absolutely off the charts, way better than even most of the 1950s J-200s I’ve ever played, and there have been lots. It originally had a Tune-o-Matic bridge saddle, but that transgression has been cleverly corrected, and in fact the entire bridge has been replaced by the earlier-style “open mustache” type, with solid...
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1974 Gibson J-200 ARTIST[Left-Handed]

$2,750
VGC+, a unique instrument, double bound jumbo body, natural finish on a newer bear claw spruce top made and installed by noted builder Michael Collins, this features attractive abalone trim and rosette, armrest (cherry wood) and a vintage style open moustache bridge that features a right handed saddle as the guitar has been set up to play Elizabeth Cotton style, a J-200 style pickguard is...
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1974 Gibson J-200 Artist

$2,999
Since the release of the 17"-wide Super Jumbo 200 in 1938, the Gibson J-200 has always been the "King of the Cowboy Guitars." Simply put, there is no guitar that captures the sound and striking aesthetic of a J-200. This 1974 J-200 is in all-original, excellent condition with no repairs or issues. It is a great example of the '70s iteration of the J-200 Artist, which features a more conventional...
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1959 Gibson J-200

$7,800
Offered here at FAR below book value!! BEAUTIFUL top of the line Gibson flat top. Completely original parts and repair free. Never had a neck reset and does not need one. Paper label. Made in Kalamazoo. 7800 dollars. With original Gibson badged Lifton pink lined case. This is a steal!! Shipping and Dying Breed Music shirt included.
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1964 Gibson J-200

$14,889
1964 GIBSON J-200 EXCELLENT ++ TO NEAR MINT CONDITION ORIG. CASE 100 % ORIGINAL IN SUNBURST. PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY A PREACHER AND USED IN CHURCH. OUT STANDING PIECE OF HISTORY. ORIGINAL CASE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THIS GUITAR SAT IN ITS CASE MOST OF ITS LIFE.SAME MODEL AS USED BY GEORGE HARRISON AND JOHN LENNON OF THE BEATLES. VERY COMFORTABLE 1+11/16" AT THE FIRST FRET. GUITAR HAS BEEN...
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1964 Gibson J-200

$4,995
Serial # 67438. A beautiful, completely original sunburst J-200. No cracks, no internal repairs, and no modifications. Gorgeous sunburst lacquer finish, Sitka spruce top, figured maple back and sides, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, pearl inlays, multi-layer bindings, and gold Kluson waffleback tuners. There’s an area of finish wear on the top’s edge right where a player’s arm would...
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1958 Gibson J-200

$10,500
10-0951 The most striking feature of this 1958 Gibson J-200 is its unusual sunburst finish, which lacks the dark shading typically seen along the edges of the guitar?s lower bout. The back, however, has the usual dark shading surrounding its entire perimeter. The rosewood moustache bridge is also lighter than usual, which suggests that this guitar experienced prolonged exposure to sunlight,...
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1949 Geib J-200 Case

$1,400
1949-54 Gibson J-200 hardshell case in outstanding condition. Brown exterior with soft, mint green interior. The handle and all latches and hinges are original, intact, and in working condition. Will also fit Gibson L-5 models and 17 inch lower bout archtops. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1956 Lifton J-200 Case

$1,200
1956-1960 Gibson J-200, L-5, Super 400 Case. Fits 17 inch lower bout guitars. Excellent condition, beautiful brown case with luscious pink interior. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1956 Lifton J-200 Case

$1,200
1956-1960 Gibson J-200, L-5, Super 400 Case. Fits 17 inch lower bout guitars. Excellent condition, beautiful brown case with luscious pink interior. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1964 Gibson J200

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This is a very rare top of the line Super Jumbo acoustic guitar in factory sunburst finish. Its’ massive 17″ body is constructed from Michigan Maple with a solid spruce top. It is crack free and in very good condition. There is pick wear around the sound hole but no stuctural problems. The action is excellent all the way up the neck. Plenty of frets left. All parts are 100% original including...
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1964 Gibson J-200

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1964 J-200 in great condition. Features maple back and sides with great texture. Low action and exceptional tone.
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1958 Gibson J-200

$9,950
(Serial No. A28033) Excellent condition. I'm not usually much for J-200s, but this one really caught my attention - it actually sounds and plays great! Big open sound, very well balanced, without the usual tubbiness of a jumbo or the harshness of most maple guitars. The J-200 is the "King of the Flattops" with a 17 inch lower bout, solid spruce top, curly maple back and sides, original gold...
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2006 Takamine EAN40C

$725
This Takamine EAN40C is a great-sounding Japanese import whose design dates from the 1960’s and ‘70’s Folk Music era, enhanced in the Naturals Series by some of the most effective technology of the 21st century. The Blue Book of Acoustic Guitars says that Takamine’s high-quality guitars, based on popular U.S. designs since 1962, were “originally set up to be Martin’s Sigma series” but instead...
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Kluson SD90SLGDRSL 3X3, Gold, Single line, double ring,

$59.99
This 3 per side set of Kluson® 3 Per Side, Double Ring, Single Row tuning machines was used on vintage Gibson® models such as the Les Paul®, SG®, 335® and others. Also used on the Epiphone Casino® and current Epiphone production of Les Paul® and SG 400® models. This model Kluson® tuning machine is also a direct replacement for all current re-issue 50's and 60's Gibson® production and other series...
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1956 Gibson J-200N

$11,000
10-0946 In October of 1956, Gibson gave Elvis Presley a blonde J-200 with serial number A22937. Presley?s lead guitarist Scotty Moore had recently signed an endorsement contract with Gibson, and Gibson hoped to strike a similar deal with the incredibly popular star. However, Presley?s manager Colonel Tom Parker forbid Elvis to endorse products, so the guitar was invoiced to Moore. Presley...
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1948 Gibson J-50

$6,200
The Gibson J-50 was introduced in 1942 as the next iteration of the J-35. The J-50 was actually the first Gibson to receive the ever popular golden banner stating that "Only a Gibson is good enough" in June of 1942. The model was discontinued in 1943 because aesthetically passable Spruce became so scarce that a majority of the Gibson guitars were finished in Sunburst. In 1947, Gibson...
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1964 Gibson B-25-12-N

$1,750
Retrofret Stock # 6782. Gibson B-25-12-N Model 12 String Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1964), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 248728, natural lacquer finish, mahogany back, sides and neck, spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, black chipboard case. A nice example of Gibson's 1960's small-body flat-top 12-string, the B-25-12. This guitar features a triple bound natural-finish spruce top with an...
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Gibson 1941 SJ-100 - Natural

$2,299
Features include: Body Type: SJ-200 Series Top: Sitka Spruce Top Back and Sides: Mahogany Back and Sides Binding: Multi-ply Top and Back Binding, Multi-ply Single Ring Rosette with Bound Sound Hole Bracing: Scalloped Top Bracing Neck Species: Mahogany Profile: Rounded Thickness: 1.725 inches at Nut Truss Rod: Single Action Neck Fit ...
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Gibson 1941 SJ-100 - Sunburst

$2,299
Features include: Body Type: SJ-200 Series Top: Sitka Spruce Top Back and Sides: Mahogany Back and Sides Binding: Multi-ply Top and Back Binding, Multi-ply Single Ring Rosette with Bound Sound Hole Bracing: Scalloped Top Bracing Neck Species: Mahogany Profile: Rounded Thickness: 1.725 inches at Nut Truss Rod: Single Action Neck Fit ...
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~1950 Gibson SJ-200

$5,500
1949-50, Factory(?) refinish sunburst, newer Gibson guard, refretted, perfect repro bridge and bridge plate, great sounding and easy playing J-200
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1951 Gibson J-185

$13,500
Retrofret Stock # 5171. Gibson J-185 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1951), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 9731-5 (FON), sunburst lacquer finish, maple back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original brown tolex hard shell case. The J-185 has gained a reputation over the years as one of the absolute finest of all Gibson flat tops, and a very unique design....
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1964 Gibson Tal Farlow

$19,500
A Wonderful Tal Farlow - Signed by Tal Farlow on the Pickguard 1964 Gibson Tal Farlow. This wonderful guitar weighs just 7.10 lbs. and has a nut width of 1 11/16 inches and a scale length of 25 1/2 inches. Viceroy Brown finish on lightly flamed laminated maple top reinforced with two parallel braces, lightly flamed laminated maple back and sides. Three-piece 'flamed' maple neck with two...
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1956 National 1155E Vintage Acoustic Electric Guitar Valco Gibson J-45

$2,399.99
Up for sale, a 1956 National 1155E Acoustic Guitar in excellent condition in a rare and particularly clean sunburst finish with tiger stripe pickguard. With a Gibson built J45/J50 body, this National branded guitar is ideal for those looking for the quintessential 1950s soft shoulder Gibson dreadnought tone with a much more unique aesthetic and the added bonus of a magnetic pickup mounted in the...
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~1974 Gibson Beatles J160E P90 Pickup

$2,200
Today, Lawman Guitars is Presenting.... A fantastic 1974 Gibson J-160E Acoustic Electric Guitar with original Gibson P90 Pickup and Hardshell Case... What a cool guitar! This guitar had the neck Professionally Reset and a new bridge installed by the Gibson authorized Luthier here in Des Moines IA. This guitar was ready for some work. It was extensively played as you can see from the guitar...
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1964 Epiphone FT-79 Texan

$5,200
The Epiphone FT-79 model made quite a transition when the Gibson company purchased Epiphone in 1957. The FT-79 had previously been made with a long scale neck and a peanut shaped body with an arched back. The Gibson acquisition meant that many of the half finished parts from the old Epi factory were shipped from New York, NY to Kalamazoo, MI. Like many of the 1957-1960 Epiphones, Gibson mated...
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1965 Epiphone FT-79 Texan

$4,200
The Epiphone FT-79 model made quite a transition when the Gibson company purchased Epiphone in 1957. The FT-79 had previously been made with a long scale neck and a peanut shaped body with an arched back. The Gibson acquisition meant that many of the half finished parts from the old Epi factory were shipped from New York, NY to Kalamazoo, MI. Like many of the 1957-1960 Epiphones, Gibson mated...
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