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~1968 Gibson L-5 or L-7 hard case 17"

$495
Any 60's 17" Gibson would work. Great spare case for any player or collector!
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1948 Gibson L-5 N

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OK, HERE WE GO AGAIN, THIS BABY IS A VINTAGE 1948 GIBSON L-5N NATURAL ACOUSTIC ARCHTOP GUITAR. THIS GUITAR IS IN SUCH INCREDIBLE CONDITION IT'S HARD TO BELEIVE IT IS A 1948 GUITAR. THE GUITAR HAS A REPLACED PICKGUARD THAT'S MADE OUT OF MOTHER OF TOILET SEAT, BUT WHEN COMBINED WITH THE BEAUTY OF THIS GUITAR, IT'S AS YOU CAN SEE OUTSTANDING! THE GUITAR ITSELF IS ABOUT AS CLOSE TO "AS NEW CONDITION"...
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1924 Gibson L-5

$24,500
1924 Gibson L-5 signed by Lloyd Loar EXC Restored Good deep sounding example that has been re-necked using the original headstock overlay. It has also been completely refinished (except for the peghead) and re-bound with 5 play binding. All highly professional work, perhaps by Gibson. Beautiful sunburst spruce top is crack free save for what looks like a hairline finish crack on the treble...
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2003 Gibson L-5 Lee Ritenour

$6,995
In 1958 TV personality George Gobel approached Gibson with a new concept for the venerable L-5: slim the body depth by almost an inch, and reduce the scale to 24 3/4". (And paint it cherry red, which looked just dandy on black and white screens.) Gibson made only 43 George Gobel L-5s until the model was discontinued in 1961, making surviving specimens instant collector's items. Over four decades...
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1938 Gibson Advanced L-5

$9,950
Buddy Raye's 1938 Gibson Advanced L-5 1938 Gibson Advanced L-5. This majestic guitar weighs just 5.80 lbs. and has a body width of 17 inches and a body depth of just under 3 3/8 inches. Two-piece X-braced carved spruce top. Two-piece book-matched curly maple back and curly maple sides. Two-piece book-matched curly maple neck with a center mahogany strip, a nut width of just under 1 11/16...
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1948 Gibson L-5N

$8,495
A spectacular blonde instrument, this stunning guitar is one of just 38 examples of the L-5N built in its model year, and must surely be one of the finest surviving specimens. With highly figured blister maple in the back, a scarce and dramatic variety rarely seen today, the guitar shows deep tiger maple in the neck and sides, and a carved spruce soundboard whose grain structure appears...
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1937 Epiphone Deluxe

$4,995
In 1935, Epiphone debuted its redesigned professional series guitars with upsized bodies, larger f-holes, and a new streamlined script logo and inlay designs. Regarded by many as the pinnacle of Epiphone design, these transitional models were produced only until 1938, making instruments of this vintage some of the scarcest examples of Epiphone's Golden Era. Originally christened the Super...
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1930 Gibson L-4

$2,899
Here's a very nice Gibson L-4 Archtop Guitar. Arch-top guitars at this time were just about to change - note the round soundhole. F-holes were introduced by Lloyd Loar on the L-5 in 1923, but they didn't really catch on until the 1930s. Introduced in 1911 with a round soundhole, by the mid-1930's, the L-4 gained the now-standard F-holes. The L-4 features a carved spruce top, maple back...
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1949 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe Regent

$4,399.99
This top of the line archtop was introduced in 1948 and only produced from '48-49 with the incredibly rare "Tone Spectrum" single coil pickups. Featuring a generous 17 3/8" lower bout, deep cutaway, spruce top and heavily figured maple back and sides, this model was the chief competition to Gibson's L-5! This Epiphone is pure luxury and class, with a tone that is vibrant, dynamic and clear. ...
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1955 Gibson L-5CN

$16,000
A stunning blonde is a wonderful thing to hold, especially when it’s a 1955 Gibson L-5CN in near mint all original showroom condition. We are excited to offer this pristine example for sale and are pleased to assess its condition as near mint all original. This classic blonde cutaway acoustic arch top is Gibson’s most famous model second only in price to their Super 400 a slightly fancier and...
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1981 Gibson F-5L

$5,850
VGC, sunburst finish with several areas of finish touch up and overspray, double bound 2 point F body, solid spruce top, tone bar braced, maple back, sides and neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, extension gives 29 frets, finish on back of neck very worn, repaired side crack on bass side, adjustable ebony bridge, ''The Gibson'' etched on replacement tailpiece cover, bound headstock features...
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2013 Gibson L-5CT, Slim Depth Body

$6,995
If you've always coveted the regal tone of the L-5CES, but craved the comfort of a slimmer depth body, we've got your guitar right here. The electric version of the L-5C, the L-5CES was introduced in 1951, and has been Gibson's top-line electric guitar ever since. A favorite of pro players from George Barnes to Herb Ellis and Wes Montgomery, the L-5CES is built with solid carved tonewood...
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1948 Gibson L-5P Premier 1-OWNER

$13,995
FROM THE ORIGINAL OWNER'S FAMILY 1948 Gibson L-5P Premier, serial # A-2625, Blond, extremely flamed Maple neck w/Rosewood fretboard, gold hardware, Spruce top, flamed Maple sides, absolutely incredible Birdseye Maple back, all original except for newer side bracket for the pickguard, nice neck & frets, plays & sounds nice, has some light weather checking, some wear on the face, light scratches...
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1921 Gibson Style U Harp Guitar

$7,500
1921 Gibson Style U harp guitar Our Price: $7,500 Stock# 36418 - Serial # 64024 Yep, Gibson made quite a few of these big harp guitars, and quite a few have survived. What sets this one apart is that Frank Ford and the Gryphon Repair Dept. crew have made it fully playable, with new frets and extra work on the bridges, so while it may not compete in playability with an L-5 it sure is...
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1935 Gibson L-10

$10,000
1935 Gibson L-10 in excellent condition. The L-10 was the second fanciest and expensive archtop in Gibson's line when it was introduced in in the late 1920s. Essentially the same guitar as an L-5 only black and with a rosewood fingerboard. The early dot neck versions with a maple neck are quite rare and fine sounding guitars. By 1933 the cosmetics and construction changed with picture frame...
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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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~1948 Gibson ES-150

$2,995
Debuting in 1936, the ES-150 was the instrument Charlie Christian made famous: the first commercially successful electric guitar. Originally a 16" guitar, the ES-150 was upsized after the war to L-5 dimensions, with a 17" lower bout and the longer 25 1/2" scale. With it's larger body and longer neck, the postwar ES-150 is one of very few electric guitars that can hold its own both amplified and...
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1938 Vega C-66

$2,800
Retrofret Stock # 6605. Vega C-66 Model Arch Top Acoustic Guitar, c. 1938, made in Boston, Mass., serial # 38935, sunburst lacquer finish, maple back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original brown hard shell case. This very finely built Vega archtops of the 1930's remain under-appreciated by many; this C-66 is roughly the equivalent to the Gibson L-7 and in some...
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1948 C. F. Martin 00-18

$5,750
SN: 109275. Rare shaded top from the 1940s and a 00 body size making it even more uncommon. The shading is the reddish color similar to the Martin mandolins and somewhat reminiscent of the dark tops of the early 30s but with more contrast. It’s in very nice condition and fun to play. The top is a tight grained Sitka spruce with a rosewood bridge and fingerboard, mahogany back and sides and...
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1998 Napolitano Jazz Box

$3,250
A true classic of the bebop era, the full-depth Gibson ES-350 was introduced in 1947 and produced for only nine years, until 1956. A favorite of jazz greats including Barney Kessel and Tal Farlow, the 350 incorporated a 17" L-5 style Venetian cutaway body with a flame maple laminate body, and featured a longer scale neck than that found on later Gibson electrics. This handsome guitar by...
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1954 Gretsch Electromatic II / White Flacon Conversion

$7,500
his amazing full body electric archtop started its life as an Electromatic II, the guitars that later evolved into the Country Club in 1954. These were Gretsch’s top of the line Jazz models, meant to compete with the Gibson L-5s and the D’Angelico Excels of the day! In the early/mid 1980s, with the rising cost and rarity of the ‘50s White Falcons, some hoodwinkers started converting other...
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