1969 Gibson J-200

Natural finish, double bound 16-1/2'' body, X cross braced spruce top with top brace typical of late 60's Gibsons, maple back and sides, 3 piece maple neck, bound rosewood fretboard, crown inlays, 20 frets, rosewood bridge with inlays, non-adjustable saddle replaces original (pro work), new tortoise plastic pickguard, bound headstock features overlay with logo and crown inlays, gold waffle back...
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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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1974 Gibson J-200 Artist

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

Offered here at far below book value!! ABEAUTIFUL 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. 8200 dollars. With original Gibson badged Lifton pink lined case. This is a steal!!
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1996 Gibson J-200

1996 Gibson J-200 Original Natural Finish All Original Parts With Added Pickup Guitar Has Some Honest Playwear Also Has One Professionally Repaired Top Crack (See Photos) Set Up In Our Shop With 12's, Plays And Sounds Beautifully Comes With The Original Hard Shell Case
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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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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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~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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1967 Epiphone/Gibson FT-112 Bard

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS WELCOME!!! In 1958 Gibson acquired the Epiphone trademark and equipment, lock, stock, and barrel, and as the Blue Book of Acoustic Guitars says, “It was decided that Epiphone would be re-established as a first-rate guitar manufacturer, so that Gibson’s parent company, CMI, could offer a product comparable in every way to Gibson....Gibson was (in effect) competing with...
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2014 Gibson Montana J-45

For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 2004 Gibson J-45. Built in Bozeman, Montana, this J-45 boasts rosewood sides and back, and a beautifully sunburst spruce top. The ebony fingerboard sports 21 frets, and the headstock is beautifully adorned with Gibson in pearl inlay. The guitar features an L.R. Baggs piezo pickup, and original hard case. Call, email, or chat for...
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1979 Gibson J-45 Deluxe

Retrofret Stock # 6836. Gibson J-45 Deluxe Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1979), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 72429054, sunburst finish, mahogany pack and sides, spruce top; laminated maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. Overall length is 41 1/8 in. (104.5 cm.), 15 15/16 in. (40.5 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 4 15/16 in. (12.5 cm.) in depth at side, taken at the end block. Scale...
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1969 Gibson J-50 ADJ

Double bound slope shoulder D body, natural finish on spruce top, dark natural finish on mahogany back, sides and skinny 14 fret neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 20 frets, Brazilian rosewood bridge, adjustable saddle, tortoise plastic pickguard features logo, headstock overlay features logo decal, 3-on-a-plate Kluson Deluxe tuners, 2 small plugged holes on sides of soundhole where...
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2005 Gibson Custom Shop John Lennon Peace Model

Truetone Music of Santa Monica is offering up the is gorgeous Gibson John Lennon Signature Peace guitar. The guitar sounds incredible. Just what you would expect from the Gibson Custom shop. Very loud and resonant! The guitar is in very good shape with just a few very minor cosmetic marks. Collector owned and strummed on just a few times. Includes the original hard case, and everything...
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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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1963 Gibson J-45

Gibson introduced the J-45 in the summer of 1942 as the newest version in its Jumbo line preceded by the Jumbo-35. In Gibson nomenclature, “Jumbo” refers to a 16″ wide lower bout while the 17″ lower bout is known as the Super Jumbo. The J-45 featured a Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides a 24 3/4″ scale length. These guitars are lightly built and very resonant as a result. 1963 Gibson...
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1941 Gibson J-35

Retrofret Stock # 6785. Gibson J-35 Model Acoustic Guitar (1941), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 4659G-2 (FON), natural lacquer finish, mahogany back, sides and neck, spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. The J-35 was Gibson's "working man's" Jumbo flattop in the late 1930's and early '40's. Selling on introduction for under forty dollars it was a direct competitor to...
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