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1962 Gibson ES-175DN

$18,500.00
As good as they get would be an accurate description of this breathtakingly beautiful all original 1962 blonde Gibson ES-175DN serial number 71807. The original PAF hum-bucking pickups are perfect, the peghead with its black stinger looks like the day it was made, the original single line Kluson tuners are shinny and look new. When you look at this incredibly clean instrument you see that the...
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1957 Gibson ES-175DN left handed

$12,000.00
1957 Gibson ES-175 D Natural (original lefthanded) Our Price: $12,000 Stock# 39542 - Serial # A-25657 In 1957, Gibson legers show a total of 175 blonde ES-175D guitars built; while the ledgers do not show how many were built as a lefty, I would go out on a limb and speculate that this is possibly the only one of its kind built in 1957. With the exception of changed pickguard and tuners (of...
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1953 Gibson ES-175DN

$5,995.00
Gorgeous 1953 Gibson ES-175 Double Pickup in Blond! Early 2 Pickup Model in Nice Clean Excellent Condition!! 2 Fantastic sounding original P-90 Pickups!! Guitar has been pro-refretted with period size frets and has a strap button plug on upper rim. Includes Original Brown Gibson HSC !
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1970 Gibson ES-175DN

$4,250.00

Bay State Vintage Guitars

Store (617)267-6077 / Craig (617)650-0813 / A.J. (617)446-3935
Beautiful BLONDE Gibson ES-175DN from 1970. Orange Kalamazoo label, like a proper Gibson should have. Nice wide full feeling 3 piece neck, reminiscent of early 60's size and shape, Made in USA stamp, no volute. 2 patent # sticker humbucking pickups. Original Kluson tuners. No issues, no repairs, no stories, just an excellent BLONDE workhorse ES-175 with 2 humbuckers. Unmolested and 100% original....
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1987 Gibson ES 175D

$2,350.00
1987 Gibson ES175D. All original except for strap pin at neck heel! Pat # pickups, some cracks in top, stamped factory 2nd. "Welcome to the Jungle." Comes with non-original hsc. 7 lbs. LARGER PICTURES? To view full-size pictures, click on the photo, then click the "view full-size image" tab. Being a small and busy shop, we try to respond to every email in a timely manner, but sometimes it...
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1955 Gibson ES-175D

$5,750.00
An all original one owner ES-175 with 2 P-90s, all original, hard shell alligator case
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1978 Gibson ES-175D

$2,899.00

Rudys Music

Times Square (212) 391-1699 | SoHo (212) 625 2557
Vintage 1978 Gibson ES-175 Sunburst no case. || Make: Gibson Year: 1978 Model: ES-175 Body Wood: Maple/ Spruce/Maple 3 ply-top side and back Neck Wood: 3-Piece Maple Body Finish/Color: Original/Sunburst Neck Finish/Color: Original Sunburst Body Binding: Original, Triple-Bound Top, Single-bound Back Neck Binding: Original Single-Bound Fingerboard Neck Date: None Neck Back...
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1955 Gibson ES-175D

$7,500.00
A beautiful "Time Capsule" condition ES-175. Harder to find Dual Pickup 175, Sunburst Finish, Trapeze tailpiece, and Parallelogram inlays. We were taken back by the Extra Fine condition of this guitar as we just do not see them this clean often. Never a second strap button installed and no jack cracks or issues. Included is the equally clean original hardshell case. Straight neck and your...
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1961 Gibson ES-175D

$8,950.00
1961, sunburst, 2 PAFs, wide thin neck, exc, brown case
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1958 Gibson ES-175N

$7,495.00
Its gorgeous & rare as hell all Blonde finish has a nice patina, it has 1 PAF pickup that is absolutely to die for if you are a "Joe Pass" fan, its 1 piece mahogany neck has a cool factory Black painted Stinger around it heel, it was special ordered new by its 1st owner with factory installed nickel plated Grover tuners as compared to usual Klusons, it also has its original pickgard &...
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1968 Gibson ES-175D

$3,995.00
Beautiful Dark Sunburst finish, slim 1 piece mahogany neck w/no "made in USA" or volute, 2 Pat.# pickups, she has her original Kluson Tuners & witch hat knobs, its orange label appears to have fallen off over time, overall she is an all original & very near mint ES-175D, ohsc.
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~1956 Gibson ES-175D

$5,500.00
also: 1956 (could be a '57...i haven't seen it in a while, and i don;t even know where it is) has a free strap hook (reminds me of the '59 ES-335TDN i bought from D. Edmonds) and the cool tapered arm bigsby was added to this guitar. otherwise all original and a nice enough guitar to own after a war. 8ish at least. this has probably already occured to you, but...it's on the lower right here.
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~1955 Gibson ES-175D

$7,500.00
i can't believe it...there's STILL a problem with my gbase/aol email. please type out southworthguitar@aol.com. from your email address to make any inquiries, and please try again if you've recently inquired about an instrument. sorry for any inconvenience...................... circa 1955 ES-175D. you're breaking away now! this is rare (with this original break-away bigsby ...any way). ...
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1956 Gibson ES-175N

$7,500.00
"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes…" A Beautiful Mid-Fifties Blond ES-175. This super blond guitar weighs just 5.80 lbs. and has a nice, fat nut width of just over 11/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches. Three-ply laminated maple body, Honduras mahogany neck with a wonderful really thick profile. Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 20 original small frets and inlaid pearl...
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1964 Gibson ES-175D (#GIE0447)

$4,995.00
1964 ES-175D Sunburst, Two pick version with the original patent number bridge pickup and a PAF reissue in the neck position, repro knobs, Missing pickguard, Repaired tail piece, All else is original, The nut width is a hair shy of 1 & 11/16th inches, Comes with 1970’s Gibson hard case, VG, $4,995
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1963 Gibson ES-175D

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The Gibson ES-175D has for years been Gibson's most popular full-depth archtop guitar. Originally developed as a laminated-construction, less expensive alternative to Gibson's Super 400 the model morphed into a "jazz guitar" that easily crossed over into many varied musical styles. The ES-175D ("D" for dual-pickup model) turned out as a great jazz archtop for players like Joe Pass, but was so...
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1965 Gibson ES-175D

$6,700.00
All original (except bridge) and in very nice condition ES-175D. One owner. Price is 4980 €. More pix and details upon request. Could be shipped worldwide. 0033.664.43.68.83. www.bassNguitar.fr
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1967 Gibson ES175D

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1967 Gibson ES-175D Very clean Gibson ES-175D. '60's slim taper neck 1 9/16" Nut width 1 15/16" Neck width @ 12th fret 2" Neck width @ Body joint (14th fret) Bound Rosewood fretboard, recently refretted with med/tall fretwire MOP Split block inlay 24.75" Compensated scale Overall length = 41.5" Body dimensions = 16" x 3.25" Maple top with Mahogany back & sides Rosewood bridge...
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1954 Gibson (SOLD) ES-175N

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Gorgeous 1954 Gibson ES-175N. Natural Blond.Rare in this kind of condition. No buckle rash. No capo marks. Input jack hole is excellent. Nicest single P.U. Blond ES-175 available. Original pink lined case.No explanations. A very nice vintage collectable condition guitar.Honduras mahogany neck with a thick profile. Excellent frets. Brazilian fret board with excellent original Split...
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1967 Gibson ES-125CD

$3,595.00
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...
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1965 Gibson ES-175

$5,195.00
A beautiful early 1965 Es-175D. Nickle hardware, 1 and 11/16 nut width, Patent Numbered pickups, and Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard. An awesome sounding warm and woody neck pickup great for Jazz and Blues. There is a pro repaired area around the jack with some light overspray. Otherwise an extremely clean 47 year old archtop displaying very limited playwear. Guitar comes with its original yellow...
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