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1951 Gibson ES 150 vvv

$2,350.00
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...
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1946 Gibson ES 150 vvv

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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...
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1969 Gibson ES-150

$3,599.00
1969 Gibson ES-150 Rare Cherry Rare color and cool guitar! Plays wonderfully and sounds great with no issues or changes! Non original era correct Hard case.
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1937 Gibson ES-150 CC (first variant)

$5,850.00
The First Gibson 'Electric' Spanish Guitar Model. 1937 Gibson ES-150 CC (first variant). One of the first Gibson electric guitars - immortalized by Charlie Christian - this 16 1/4 inch wide, 2 5/8 inch deep 1937 ES-150 CC weighs just 5.50 lbs. Single-bound X-braced carved spruce top with slender 'f' holes. Single-bound mahogany back and sides. One-piece mahogany neck with a very fat nut width...
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2013 Daniel Slaman DS-150 Extra

$5,495.00
For the first decade of the Big Band era, orchestra guitarists chopped chords quietly in the rhythm section. This is the guitar changed that overnight. Announced late in 1936, Gibson's groundbreaking ES-150 ("Electric Spanish') model was Gibson's first 6 string guitar to be fitted with a magnetic pickup, and almost instantly became the world's first commercially successful electric guitar....
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1937 Cromwell EG-5

$2,395.00
How rare is rare? We've specialized in archtop guitars for over three decades, and until this amazing little wonder came over the transom, we'd never even heard of this model, much less seen one in real life. In order to supply a wider range of retailers with Gibson-made instruments, the firm began in the late 20's to produce a number of 'house brand' models for various wholesalers and...
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2006 Gibson ES-335 BB King “Lucille”

$3,400.00
2006 Gibson ES-335 BB King “Lucille” #45 of 150 As new with ohsc. $3400.00
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1953 Gibson ES-150

$1,650.00
EC- except heel / side repair (clean work), double bound 17'' body, sunburst finish on maple top, dark natural finish on maple back and sides and mahogany neck, bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard, trapezoid inlays, 20 frets, 1 smokin' P-90 pickup, adjustable rosewood bridge, trapeze tailpiece, long b-w-b-w-b pickguard, Kluson tuners, a very cool guitar, 1-11/16'' nut, 25-1/2'' scale, with OHSC,...
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~1950 Gibson Lifton Case 17" L-5

$400.00
Nice Lifton Case that came with an ES-150, but will fit any 17 inch wide Gibson including an L-5. Classy Cowgirl decals included at no extra cost! Case is solid and functional, all latches intact and functioning, handle solid with half the covering missing. Top strap has come loose but could be reattached. Top in back is slightly lifted when closed, this may be from the bass hinge working loose...
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~1937 Gibson ES 150

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we don't see these often, no issues, some wear, very clean overall, with original varsity case
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1940 Gibson ES-150

$2,100.00
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...
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1948 Gibson ES-150 - #200972

$1,595.00
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.
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1971 Gibson ES-150 DN

$3,495.00
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
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1948 Gibson ES-150

$2,250.00
Price firm Call (412)795-8668 to inquire This item is on hold
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1971 Gibson Es 150 DN

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The Guitar Listed above is from "THE ROOTS OF ROCK COLLECTION " donated to a very important Childhood Cancer Charity called POGO. We have been selling the 3.5 Million dollar collection that was donated by Toronto businessman Tony Melman. The collection is down to the last $300K worth of guitars and amps . Please feel free to tell all your friends to check this out and support this great cause....
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1960 Guild X-150B

$2,495.00
When Guild Guitars was founded in 1952, a number of former Epiphone employees joined founder Alfred Dronge in establishing the new company in Manhattan. Along with them, they brought some signature Epi designs, including this fretted marvel of the Eisenhower era. Introduced just two years after the company's birth, the Guild X-150 was modeled after the early the Epiphone Zephyr Regent and the...
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1949 Waverly 1940's Gibson Archtop Tailpiece

$249.00
New Old Stock, factory original tailpiece. Will complete your ES 150, 125, L-50 and other Gibson archtops from the era. We only have a few in stock, so get one before they're gone. Conditions may vary. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Used, Vintage, Trade Ins, Etc... ES-175

$2,500.00
Gibson ES-175 2005 Memphis- USEDDescription:Beautiful Used 2005 ES-175 Memphis from Gibson! What we think:This one's got it all: looks, tone, playability. It's always going to be a classic. Whatever your flavor of music, this guitar will get you where you need to be. Seriously, it's a great Jazz guitar, but not exclusively. Crank this thing through an old tube combo and you'll see what I...
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1956 Gibson ETG-150

$1,795.00
FON V4838-15. The ETG-150 was, essentially, a dressed-up tenor-necked version of Gibson’s popular ES-125 electric archtop, and was built in smallish numbers throughout the 1940’s through 1960’s. Featuring a 16” full-hollow body and slim tenor neck, this model tends to be popular with jazz and swing players. The guitar is highly modified, and nicely done. Full refinish with sunburst on all...
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1965 Gibson Gibson ES-120T ES-120 ES120

$899.99
PRICE IS FIRM. IN STOCK AND AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE !!!! OUR WEBSITE HAS HIGH QUALITY PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONS LISTED FOR EVERY GUITAR!!! click the link. www.guitarsandeffects.com
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Gibson 1964 Gibson ES-120T Electric Guitar Sunburst

$1,799.00
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.
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1963 Gibson ES-120 T (#GIE0670)

$1,795.00
1963 Gibson ES-120 T, Sunburst, Thinline hollow body, Wide at the nut, Great action, Jumbo frets, Nickel parts, All original, EC, HSC, $1,795
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~1953 Gibson ES-140

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1956 Gibson ES-140 student or 3/4 size fat body trap tailpiece and tuners changed... short scale neck 22 3/4"...gold tom bridge added...
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~1965 Gibson ES-120T

$1,200.00
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...
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