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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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1996 Gibson J-200

$2,495
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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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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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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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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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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1953 Gibson J-45

$6,200
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. The model has gone through some changes but it still retained the original scalloped X...
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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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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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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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2001 Gibson J-50

$1,500
Nice re-issue of a ca. 1960 J-50 with fixed saddle, slope shoulders, natural spruce top, mahogany back and sides, light weight- 4.00 lbs, exc+, ohsc, papers
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2014 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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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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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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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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1967 Epiphone/Gibson FT-112 Bard

$995
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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1941 Gibson J-35

$10,500
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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1956 Gibson J-160E

$4,800
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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