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1932 Gibson L-0

$4,250
This early Gibson flat top is a real stunner. By 1930, Gibson had begun regular production of 'big body' guitars, different from the smaller, rounded bottom, 'Robert Johnson'-style flat tops of the 1920s. The guitars were very lightly braced and sported 12 frets to the body, with the bridge located in the 'sweet spot' on the top (The bridge was moved a bit north on the 14-fret examples, which...
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1936 Gibson Cason J. Robison

$2,895
In the 1930s, Montgomery Ward had guitars made for them with the "Carson J.Robison" name, to take advantage of the popularity of that cowboy singing star of the day. By 1936, these guitars were being made for Ward's by Gibson, with the later ones like this having the identical body contour and dimensions of Gibson fabulous L-0 and L-00 models. The main difference was straight bracing under the...
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1936 Gibson L-50

$1,595
Vintage original circa 1936 Gibson L-50 archtop acoustic. Refinished in a killer black. Plays and sounds incredible. A fantastic 1930's Gibson at a great price.
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1931 Gibson L-10

$15,000
1931 Gibson Black L-10 in excellent condition. The L-10 model was clearly in development for sometime at the Gibson factory before being listed as a catalog model. Examples as early as 1925 exist and are well documented. The first year the L-10 appears in the catalog is 1932. At the time it was the second most expensive guitar Gibson made at $175 and the only f-hole archtop other than the...
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~1935 Gibson L-30

$1,899

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(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
Circa 1935 Gibson L-30 archtop acoustic guitar in Rare BLACK FINISH - with vintage softshell case and vintage silk rope strap. This vintage L-30 is in overall very good condition, considering her age. There is consistent light checking to the original black finish - looks very cool and very classy. There is a repaired crack on the backside, which you can see in the photos. The back crack has...
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Collings Waterloo WL-14X

$1,895
Picking up an X-braced Collings Waterloo is the closest any of us will ever come to experiencing what it must have been like to play a new Gibson L-00 back in the 1930’s. We, again, tip our collective hats to the people at Collings who’ve created these fine guitars after carefully studying those great 1930’s originals. From the feel of the neck to the similarity of the tone, they really did a...
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Collings Waterloo WL-14L

$1,900
We like to think that Collings introduced the Waterloo line as Folkway Music’s Signature series – after all, it is named after the town we’ve called home for the last couple of years! It’s also no secret that we have a thing for old off-brand Gibson guitars like the Cromwells and Kalamazoos that the Waterloo line so faithfully emulates. Naturally, we were tickled pink when we first saw the...
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1928 Gibson L-0

$5,995
How wonderfully cool is this late-1920s Gibson L-0??? Better model with the additional back binding of course, but that’s not even the beginning. With its mahogany top, it's all over the original Delta blues thing but with its decals, oh, those decals! Been there since forever and I’ve never seen anything quite like them: a Spanish galleon; a parrot; a Scotch Terrier; and little flowers on the...
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1941 Gibson L-0

$4,999
1941 Gibson L-0 in very good condition. These late L-0 are interesting guitars as they bridge the gap between the L-0 and 00 of the 30s with the LG-2 of the 1940s. The top bracing is scalloped and they have big round necks, both features found on the LG-2 from the Banner era. This guitar is all original except for a new saddle and one bridge pin. We reset the neck and made a new saddle to get...
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1932 Gibson L-0

$2,395
This is an all black Gibson flat top with twelve fret neck. Needs complete restoration. Missing pick guard. Beautiful figured rosewood fingerboard. This instrument is being sold as found. It should be a wonderful player when restored.
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1936 Gibson L-50

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Ref. N° : 2534 Fine guitar with great playability. Nice finition and nice condition.
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1934 Gibson L-10

$3,999
1934 Gibson L-10 in very good condition. If you follow our shop you know we have a soft sport for black L-10s. This guitar is the model described in the catalog from 1934. It is solid carved northern maple back and sides, and eastern spruce top (Gibson's terms). The finish is the unmistakable deep ebony only found on Gibsons. Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and picture frame inlays....
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1937 Gibson L-50

$2,399
1937 Gibson L-50 in very good condition. Unusual L-50 with elevated fingerboard, a feature that was never cataloged but appears on some L-50s from the late 30s. Solid carved maple back and carved spruce top. As far as bang for your buck these guitars are superior. All original except for new Waverly tuners, a welcome improvement over the originals. Has one repaired top crack and repro...
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~1954 Gibson L-50

$1,650
First introduced in 1934, the Gibson L-50 transformed from a smaller flat-back guitar to a full-on archtop powerhouse until it was discontinued in the early 1970s. 16" lower bout, 11.5" upper bout, 42" total length with adjustable truss-rod. Bound sunburst spruce top, bound maple back/sides, bound 25" scale mahogany neck with trapeze inlays. Original hardware present including tailpiece,...
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~1935 Gibson L-30 Archtop

$1,899
The Very first of BB King’s Lucille’s was a Gibson L-30. As a fight and fire broke out in a Twist Arkansas club BB King ran outside, realized his guitar was still inside and ran back into the burning collapsing building to rescue his Gibson L-30 guitar. A lady named Lucille was the subject of the fight. That L-30 was then named Lucille as were many guitars to follow. Hand carved Solid Spruce Top...
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1938 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0577)

$4,995
1938 Gibson L-00, Tobacco Sunburst, Fire Stripe pick guard, Script logo, Bound Top & Back, Nice big fat neck! Tremendous instrument! VG++, NHSC, $4,995
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1939 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0555)

$4,995
1939 Gibson L-00, Sunburst, Double bound body, Fire stripe Pickguard, Script logo, Original deluxe tuner buttons, 14 frets at body, Very lovely example, VG++, NSSC, $4,995
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1934 Gibson L-50 - #200937

$2,495
Serial Number: None General Description: Manufactured from 1932 to 1971. 14 3/4" wide acoustic archtop, flat or arched back, round soundhole or f-holes, pearl logo pre-war, decal logo post-war, maple sides, sunburst.
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Gibson Keb' Mo' Bluesmaster Acoustic-Electric Guitar Vintage Sunbur

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Gibson Keb' Mo' Bluesmaster Acoustic-Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst - $2499 A legendary body shape that echoes the look and sound of the early 1900s. The Keb' Mo' Bluesmaster Acoustic Guitar has a classic Gibson L-00 body and custom herringbone top trim, recalling the instruments played by some of the first blues artists in the Deep South of the United States. The custom neck shape and...
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Gibson 2014 Gibson '32 L-00 Reissue Acoustic Guitar Vintage Sunburst

$3,399
Here's a preowned 2014 Gibson Acoustic 1932 L-00 reissue in excellent condition. It's a recreation of a very famous parlor-sized guitar favored by many blues musicians.
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Gibson Custom Shop 2013 Gibson Custom Shop L-5 CES Archtop Electric Guitar Natural

$8,699
Gibson's L-5 CES was originally produced as an acoustic in the early 1920s and quickly became the choice instrument for big band players and guitar heroes such as Wes Montgomery. Over the years, the model has seen some changes but has always maintained its place in guitar history, considered by many to be the definitive archtop guitar. Its appearance is both imposing and graceful, with a stylish...
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Gibson 1990 Gibson Master Series L-4 CES Mahogany Archtop Electric Guitar Sunburst

$4,499
We always love a good Jazz box at the Zoo, and this model is one of the all-time greats. This pre-owned Master Series L-4 caught our eye with its gorgeous Vintage Sunburst finish giving this guitar an eye catching look, especially when contrasted with the Gold hardware. This guitar provides top-of-the-line sound and feel thanks to the Spruce and Mahogany construction combined with a Bartolini...
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2012 Gibson Brands Blues King

$1,575
  Very resonant, very bluesy. The Gibson Blues King features an L-series traditional small body design from the early 1900s, combined with a slightly shallower body depth. Grover 14:1 Rotomatic tuners, tortoise shell pick guard, sitka spruce top bubinga back & sides. Top it off with a simple L. R. Baggs Element...
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2012 Gibson Brands Blues King

$1,575
  Very resonant, very bluesy. The Gibson Blues King features an L-series traditional small body design from the early 1900s, combined with a slightly shallower body depth. Grover 14:1 Rotomatic tuners, tortoise shell pick guard, sitka spruce top bubinga back & sides. Top it off with a simple L. R. Baggs Element...
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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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