1958 Gibson ES-140T 3/4 Great late 50s vintage Gibson w/ later TKL case. Gibson's starter jazz guitar!
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One of Just Fifty-Seven Natural ES-140 3/4T's Ever Made
Better Defined as a Near Mint Three-Quarter Size ES-175.
1958 Gibson ES-140 3/4T.
This super rare 'natural' three-quarter size guitar weighs just 4.10 lbs. Three-ply laminated light birds-eye maple body with two 'f' holes edged in white. One-piece Honduras mahogany neck, and Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 19 original thin frets and...
Dark Sunburst finish, 1 sweet sounding P-90 pickup, tortoise'gard, gold knobs, groovie 3/4 size ES-175 that plays great, it has repro tuners on it but has its originals (missing buttons) included, it is exceptionally clean & original & comes in its original soft case.
This Gibson ES-140 was made in the USA in 1955. It shows only very light play wear and is in excellent condition for its age. It is 100% original and comes with the original case. Call us with any questions.
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This is a Gibson ES-120T electric guitar was built in the mid-'60s and its in overal excellent condition for its age. There's some lacquer checking, small chips around the headstock's edges, and a paint chip on the back of the neck near the heel.
Gibson es 150 laminated spruce top 17" wide and with a long (25.5") scale length, the post-war ES-150 was designed to be a real jazz-box at a price that most people were able to afford. These instruments were built for only 10 years and are significantly rarer than their smaller brother, the ES-125. They are consistently great sounding instruments with a single P-90 in the neck position coupled...
SOLD ******Gibson es 150 laminated spruce top 17" wide and with a long (25.5") scale length, the post-war ES-150 was designed to be a real jazz-box at a price that most people were able to afford. These instruments were built for only 10 years and are significantly rarer than their smaller brother, the ES-125. They are consistently great sounding instruments with a single P-90 in the neck...
1938-1940 Gibson ES-150 Charlie Christian (Serial number suggests 1940, appointments suggest earlier) in good condition. Single pickup, sunburst finish. All-original except missing pickguard, possibly a '50s bridge, and possibly the truss rod cover (two-ply). Glued top crack along the treble side of fingerboard, some heavier wear above the pickup, and the peghead has a small chip in it. G...
VGC+ except needs some work (add braces in front and behind pickup to restore arch in top, dress frets, setup, etc. - sold AS-IS), 16-1/4'' lower bout, sunburst finished spruce top with f-holes, tone bar bracing, dark stained maple back and sides, dark stained 14 fret mahogany neck, 19 fret rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays , adjustable rosewood bridge, trapeze tailpiece, rectangular...
Vintage original 1965 Gibson ES-120T in original sunburst finish. Plays and sounds spectacular. A real nice vintage Gibson Hollowbody for a nice price. Perfect for both the player and collector. All original with original case.
9.0 out of 10 condition . Comes with original receipt and original tissue paper inside case. Sparse faint checking on the top/sides of guitar. A few dings and some fine scratches but no button worming. Corner piece of pick guard is missing due to over tightening/guard shrinkage (see pic). Also 2 other cracks in pick guard (one starts at top side of pick guard and travels down between the...
1965/1968 Gibson Es-120T in very good shape. Classic Gibson hollowbody sound in a compact and comfortable thinline body. These were the lowest line of Gibson’s hollowbodies, featuring the simplified pickup and electronic design that “dropped in” into the body for easy manufacturing. Also it featured just one “f hole” to accommodate the electronic-filled pickguard. Though these were Gibson’s...
Serial Number: None
General Description: Manufactured from 1936 to 1942 and from 1946 to 1956. Historically important archtop, non-cut, bound body, Charlie Christian bar pickup from 1936 to 1939, various metal cobered pickups starting in 1940, sunburst.
A nice example in Blonde finish, 335 shaped body with ES-175 depth, Chrome Hardware, Gibson embossed pickup covers, Factory master volume knob on treble horn, No volute, and Mahogany Neck. This one has some beautiful figuring on the body. Displays light playwear with finish checking on the sides of the body. An all original piece that comes with its purple lined Gibson hardshell case
This is a cool and solid guitar. It has more checking than normal, you can feel the checking. The nut has been changed. There is some fret wear, but there’s plenty of life left. There’s a “2” stamped over the serial number and a couple of bent keys.