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1964 Gibson J-200

$6,995
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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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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~1975 Gibson 1975-1980 J-200 original hard case

$295
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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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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1966 Gibson J-200N

$4,295
Serial # 849359. It’s called the king of the flat-tops, and has been played by a laundry list of the most famous names in music. From Buddy Holly, the Everly Brothers, and Elvis Presley, to the Reverend Gary Davis, Gram and Emmylou, Jimmy Page, Tom Petty, and Sheryl Crow; there’s likely no record collection that doesn’t feature a Gibson J-200. With its 17” body, maple back and sides, and large...
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1993 Gibson J-2000 GM / Ren Ferguson Build

$25,000
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

$5,900
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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1998 Gibson Tal Farlow: Tal's Last Tal

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Talmadge Farlow came from humble roots in North Carolina to become one of the most accomplished and admired guitarists in jazz history. Combining blinding speed with his extraordinary reach, Tal pushed the limits of the instrument to the scariest of bop tempos. Throughout the 50's Tal played the popular ES-350 model, a long scale guitar dimensionally identical to the L-5CES, but with a laminated...
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2004 Gibson Montana J-45

$2,199
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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2011 Gibson J-45 Legend

$4,295
The Gibson Legends version of the J-45 acoustic guitar handles music from the blues to bluegrass to folk to pop and everything in-between. The Gibson J-45 is one of the most played and cherished acoustic guitars in history. This J-45 remake is hand-crafted by Gibson luthiers using techniques from the J-45 guitar's heyday. The Legend J-45 boasts an Adirondack spruce top and solid mahogany back...
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1956 Gibson J-160E

$5,250
Retrofret Stock # 6069. Gibson J-160E Model Flat Top Acoustic-Electric Guitar (1956), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, mahogany back and sides, laminated spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original brown tolex hard shell case. One of the more specialized Gibsons of the 1950's was this electrified flat top: the J-160E, introduced in late...
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1957 National 1155E

$3,995
From Gibson to National to you, via the 1950s. National bought completed J-50 bodies from Gibson back then and attached their own necks, with a unique contour, a wonderful peghead shape, Kluson tuners with proprietary way cool button shapes, and a National serial number plate on the back of the peghead; these are some pretty wonderful and unique guitars. This one is the 1155E model with a full...
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1950 Gibson J-45

$5,000
#364518 This is the primal killer guitar. Amazing depth of sound. Heavy bass and wonderful resonance all over. Front is crack free but heavy wear. A few back cracks that are minor and were fixed long ago. A great sounding player's road warrior guitar.
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1964 Gibson J-50

$3,000
Here’s a guitar with history. This Gibson J-50 in natural was owned by the late, great Domenic Troiano and was used by him on many recording sessions. It’s in great playing condition and ready for use, with no appreciable fret wear and a decent setup. The Gibson J-50 was introduced in 1947, with one detail differentiating it from the J-45 – the top has a natural finish, instead of a sunburst....
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