1972 Gibson J-200 Artist

Stunning Jumbo body in a deep rich Cherry Sunburst finish over its spruce top, grainey maple body & 3 piece neck, beautiful Crown inlaid ebony fingerboard, pretty inlaid cowboy pickgard & carved bridge, Gold Kluson ribbed tuners, has an “A” serial # that only was done in 1973, she has simply an amazing color that is far nicer than any 60’s J-200 we’ve ever seen with a slight amount of pick wear,...
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1969 Gibson J-200

Some wear on top near sound hole. Original ceramic adjustable bridge. Original hard shell case
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1974 Gibson J-200 ARTIST[Left-Handed]

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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~1975 Gibson 1975-1980 J-200 original hard case

This is a perfect case for any J-200 model from the early to mid 70's. Its black tolex has some wear & missing tolex & could use a good wipe down to remove some white surface mold from sitting for years, but is very user friendly & a great case in excellent condition.
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1949 Geib J-200 Case

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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~1974 Arbiter J-130 (J-200)

Arbiter J-130... This is as near to a gibson J-200 as you could possibly get. Built in the same factory as Ibanez ( Fuji Gen Japan in the 1970's) pre law suit, this guitar has a solid top, back and sides also adjustable bridge saddle, we'r looking for around $899 but open to sensible offers???
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1956 Gibson J-200N

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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1993 Gibson J-2000 GM / Ren Ferguson Build

This is a very special Gibson guitar. This guitar was custom-built by Ren Ferguson and John Walker from the Gibson Custom Shop. In an email, John Walker told me the story of its building: "The guitar was originally built for a dealer, but when the General Manager saw it he claimed it for his own." That's kind of a cool back story for the guitar. Ren Ferguson is one of the greatest guitar...
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~1950 Gibson SJ-200

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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1939 Gibson J-55

This rare model was higher level model than J-35 and made from 1939 to 1943. In 1939, Gibson made 497 J-35, but they only made 55 of J-55! It is a very rare model and you can hardly Gibson decorated it with the unique stairway step head, larger pickguard which was used on SJ-100, mustache bridge which was used for SJ-200 (w/indiviual saddles).  You can also replace the individual saddles with the...
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1994 Gibson SJ 200 - Monarch

This is one of the coolest Gibson guitars on the planet. It is Serial Number 1 of the Gibson Monarch collection. This guitar was hand-built by Ren Ferguson and John Walker in the Gibson Custom Shop in 1994. Gibson told Ren to design and build a guitar that would trump everything else on the market, regardless of price range. This is what he came up with. Since then, Gibson has built other...
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1969 Gibson J-160E

This one is cool. Lots of wear, nicks, dings, and scratches. A lot of finish checking, and it’s pretty deep. A bit of the finish has flaked off at the bottom by the strap button. The guitar plays and sounds well and the frets and fingerboard are in good shape. There are no cracks in the wood. 1 11/16 inch nut width. (VG-)
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1939 Gibson J-35

SN: EG -7236. Gorgeous 1939 J-35 in fine condition and rare blond; only 3,000 total made between 1936 and 1942 and few have survived so gracefully. This nearly no-issues guitar is an unabashed ballbuster that will cut through any string band. This is a big, deep bodied jumbo designed to compete with the D-18 with a tight grained Adirondack top and light stained mahogany back and sides. The scale...
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~1936 S.S. Stewart Presentation Archtop

Samuel Swain Stewart was a Philadelphia banjo teacher who opened a factory there in 1879, and quickly became one of the nation's leading banjo manufacturers. A tireless enterpreneur, Stewart published sheet music and instruction manuals, and by at least 1883 was circulating his own 'Banjo and Guitar Journal' as well. Just before the first World War, the Stewart company was acquired by Buegeleison...
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2005 Gibson J45 Advanced Jumbo 1934 Reissue

Today Lawman Guitars is Presenting… A 2005 Gibson Acoustic Advanced Jumbo with full warranty and Gibson Hardshell Case. This is the Historic look Gibson J45 with the vintage logo and Firestripe Pickguard. I played it for an hour and loved it...I'm sure you will as well...This is one of the many guitars I found on my recent trip to Branson and Arkansas….This guitar has been played, it has dings...
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1979 Gibson Kalamazoo Award Pickguard

This is a brand new 1979 Kalamazoo Award pickguard, factory wired for floating J. Smith type pickup (available from Seymour Duncan's Custom Shop) with volume & Tone Pots ,1/8" input jack, support felt, inlaid Abalone Eagle & Branch, shellac finish, gold plated screws & jack bracket and 5 ply binding. All new & never installed. Also have one unfinished sans hardware for $200. WOLFE GUITARS, Jay...
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1959 Gibson ES-335

This is one of the first 335's to roll off the line in 1959. The serial is only 70 numbers into 59 and the factory order is 58. It has some 58 features-like the thin top (that's a good thing) and some 59 features like the bigger frets. What's most unusual is, of course, the finish. This is a designated factory second as evidenced by the "2" on the headstock. It is fairly clear that the deep...
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