The Gibson ES 125 , with it's simply smoking alnico P90 non adjustable polepiece pickup, unbound beefy mahogany neck with Brazilian rosewood fingerboard it's a pleasure to play at any time.Mahogany back and sides with Creamora Sunburst Maple top finish.Long tortoise guard . Non original tuners ,possible replaced knobs but with the overall condition they may be the originals. Comes with original...
Gibson ES-125 from 1965, in nice shape, all original except tuners. P90 still has the sound !
Price is 1780 €.
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Could be shipped worldwide.
This Gibson ES-125 was made in the USA in 1959. This guitar shows light and normal play wear but overall is in very clean condition for its age. It has been pro-setup and needs nothing. It is all original and comes with the original case.
Yup, cherry red! Totally faded out, totally cool and super vibey. Thankfully it plays and sounds as cool as it looks. Two fantastic P-90s, straight neck, good action and neck angle, still some meat left on the frets (recently leveled). No fake "relic" will ever look this cool.
Retrofret Stock # 6342. Gibson ES-125 Model Arch Top Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1955), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # W1526-9, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, laminated maple body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original brown alligator chipboard case. Overall length is 40 1/2 in. (102.9 cm.), 16 in. (40.6 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm.) in depth,...
Once again, the redoubtable Gibson ES-125, workhorse of the line and of the entire jazz and rockabilly world for over sixty years. This one has all its original stuff, including nearly unplayed frets, pickguard, solid rosewood bridge, tailpiece, the whole nine yards. Perfectly set up with an .012 set with wound G, as these should have, its got as beefy a tone and with all the volume that anyone...
1959 Gibson ES-125 in crazy clean overall condition. This guitar is one of the cleanest vintage guitars I've ever owned. The guitar doesn't just look good, it plays and sounds excellent. Includes a non original hard case.
Vintage original 1960 Gibson ES-125 TDC. Plays and sounds incredible! First year of issue. Nice fat neck plays incredible. This is a wonderful guitar for jazz or rock and everything in between and it looks fantastic! All original but the neck pickup is a newer P-90. Both pickups sound great, warm and punchy. With a good hard case.
You are looking at a very cool Gibson ES-125 from 1957. Seems to be all original and in really good condition for being over 50 years old. Shows some wear but plays great. Has a very nice well balanced acoustic sound and has that awesome P-90 sound when plugged into an amp.
This super clean 125 is in remarkable condition, and includes original hang tag. The original finish shows little use & only some minor surface scratches- and very few. The frets appear original & have been played VERY little, and the Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard is lovely. Previous owner wanted new looking hardware & replaced the tuners, control knobs, tailpiece, strap button & bridge- all...
Gibson's 125's from the mid to late 50's are very cool indeed, however quite costly on the vintage market. We are now having the small Heritage shop in Kalamazoo make us a similar model, (Please see listing for Heritage model H525PTD)- with some important differences, like a slightly thicker body for a stronger neck-body joint, Jason Lollar's awesome P-90's. better (much better) tuning keys, &...
EC-, double bound thin maple body, sunburst finish on top, dark natural finish on sides and back, 14 fret mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 20 frets, 1 smokin' P-90 pickup, original volume pot dates 41st week of '58, newer CTS tone pot installed, adjustable (compensated) wood bridge, trapeze tailpiece, long tortoise plastic pickguard, headstock overlay features logo decal, Kluson...
Comments: Exceptionally clean 1959 ! Full structural integrity and awesome playing neck. Set-up with nice action and feel. Very dried-out and resonant body with beautiful projection. If you are looking for a clean example from this era, check this one is hard to beat.
Quite a rare model; we haven't seen one of these in many years. Depending on how one looks at it, it could be a top of the line 1950-specs ES-175D, with two P-90 pickups, but without the fingerboard binding and inlay. Or, one could view it as a 1950s-type ES-125, but with a cutaway and two P-90s, neither of which feature that model ever had back then. Either way, an extremely cool and useful tool...