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1950 Gibson L-5 C N (#GAT0335)

$18,900.00
1950 Gibson L-5 C N, Rare Blonde finish, Venetian cutaway, Bound Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, Pearl block inlays, Gold hardware, L-5 tail piece, Perfect repro pickguard, Superb instrument in stunning condition, Bought directly from the original owner, EC+, OHSC, $18,900
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1939 Gibson L-5 PN Premiere Model (#GAT0324)

$39,900.00
1939 Gibson L-5 PN, Premiere model, Blonde finish, Very Rare Model, First year Cutaway, Gold hardware, Original pickguard, Bound Ebony Fingerboard with Mother of Pearl inlays, Superb playability & great tone! Beautifully Flamed Maple, VG++, Original Alligator brown hard case $39,900
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1949 Gibson L-5 (#GAT0288)

$6,995.00
1949 Gibson L-5, Sunburst, Deluxe model with McCartey Pick-guard pickup, Carved Spruce top, Bound Ebony fingerboard, Script logo, Gold hardware, Gorgeous woods, EC,OHSC, $6,995
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1924 Gibson L-5

$24,500.00
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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1937 Gibson L-50

$2,895.00
1937 Gibson L-50 in very good condition. Unusual L-50 with elevated fingerboard, a feature that was never cataloged but appears on some L-50s from the late 30s. Solid carved maple back and carved spruce top. As far as bang for your buck these guitars are superior. All original except for new Waverly tuners, a welcome improvement over the originals. Has one repaired top crack and repro...
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1946 Gibson L-50 (#GAT0158)

$2,995.00
1946 Gibson L-50, Sunburst, Script logo, Club shaped neck, 1 & ¾” at the nut, Great neck angle, Gorgeous flamed Maple back, EC+, Deluxe OHSC, $2,995
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1941 Gibson L-50

$1,899.99
1941 Gibson L-50 Archtop with solid spruce top, maple back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Aftermarket Kluson-style tuners.
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1973 Gibson L-5S

$3,895.00
The Gibson L-5S was introduced in 1973, as the solid body version of the world's most celebrated archtop guitar. With its all gold art-deco hardware, technicolor abalone inlay, and flowerpot peghead, the L-5S was the most ornate and costly solid body Gibson had ever made. And unlike the Les Paul, which joined a maple top to a mahogany body, the L-5S was the only Gibson to feature solid tiger...
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2006 Gibson L-5 CES

$6,400.00
This 2006 Gibson L-5 CES Sunburst is in great condition with minor play and fret wear. The L-5 Wes Montgomery model is based on this, just without the bridge pickup, volume and tone, and no pickup selector. Carved spruce top, carved maple back, maple sides and neck, ebony board, gold hardware. This is a consignment piece.
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1966 Gibson L5-C

$8,500.00
This '66 Gibson L-5 Custom is in immaculate condition, so much so that it's hard to believe it's 46 years old. It feels and plays gorgeously. The Johnny Smith pickup sounds incredible. Includes the original tortoise shell pickguard with volume and tone controls built in as well as the L-5 branded gold tailpiece. Includes original hard shell case. Call or email us for more info or for shipping...
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1940 Gibson L5 Premier

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Rudys Music

Times Square (212) 391-1699 | SoHo (212) 625 2557
This 1940 Gibson L-5 Premier is an amazing player! Top: Spruce Back and Sides: Figured Maple Finish: Original Sunburst Bridge: Original Binding: Original Fretboard: Ebony Frets: Re-Fretted Neck: Maple Neck Shape: Fat "C" Nut: Replaced with Bone Nut Width: 1 11/16" Pickguard: Replaced Tuners: Original Kluson Case: Original Case Other: Endpin has been fitted with an...
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1930 Gibson L-5 Pickguard

$500.00
1930's Gibson L-5 tortoise shell pickguard in excellent condition with no cracks. Comes complete with pots, caps, switch & knobs. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1977 Gibson L-5 Custom

$6,995.00
1977 RARE GIBSON L-5 CUSTOM.SMALLER BODY THAN A REGULAR L-5...16 INCHES VERSUS A 17 INCH BODY.1 OF 39 MADE IN 77 ACCORDING TO GIBSON SHIPPING TOTALS. JOHNNY SMITH PICKUP...HAS HAD A PROFESSIONAL RFRET AT SOME POINT..OTHER THAN THAT ALMOST MINT SHAPE.COMES WITH ORIGINAL HARDSHELL CASE. PLEASE EMAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR FOR MORE INFO. I SHIP WORLDWIDE.
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1969 Gibson L-5 CES

$14,900.00

Rudys Music

Times Square (212) 391-1699 | SoHo (212) 625 2557
This gorgeous 1969 Gibson L-5 CES is an amazing player! Top: Solid Spruce Back and Sides: laminated Maple Finish: Original Natural Bridge: Original Saddles are replaced Binding: Original Fretboard: Ebony Frets: Original (dressed) Neck: 3-piece Maple Neck Shape: Narrow Nut: Original Nut Width: 1 8/16" Pickguard: Replaced Tuners: Original Schaller Case: Newer Gibson...
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1954 Gibson L-5 CN (#GAT0301)

$17,900.00
on hold 1954 Gibson L-5 CN, Blonde, Top of the line model, Carved Spruce top, Cutaway, Gold hardware, Rare & stunning, EC, OHSC, $17,900
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1952 Gibson L-50

$900.00
Early 50's Gibson L-50 in overall good playing condition. This is an unusual piece cause the top looks mahogany and the finish looks legit. I've never seen one like this one but it's a really nice player with good action.
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1965 Gibson L-50

$2,999.00

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
Here is an extremely rare one: 1965 Gibson L-50 in very rare SPARKLE BURGUNDY finish, in very good original condition. This is the first one EVER that we have seen in this finish. Overall, this rare L-50 is in very very good condition. Two repaired top cracks, plenty of really vibey finish checking, some dings and scratches, a bit of finish missing from the guitar's butt end/side - but really...
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1930 Gretsch Style 30

$995.00
This is a small body archtop equivalent to gibson L-50. The guitar is solid maple back and sides and solid spruce top with petite "f" holes and an unusual sunburst. The guitar has newer frets and bridge. It is a great little swing band instrument.
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1940 Gibson L-5 N

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Here for your consideration is a beautiful mint 1940 Gibson L-5 N. This guitar is in pristine condition. All original, from top to bottom, including the original red and green striped case. A true museum piece! Take a look at the photos above to see what this guitar is all about. Any questions, feel free to either email me or call me at 516-721-1393. Thank you for looking!
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1968 Gibson L-5 CES (Eighth Model)

$12,500.00
A Fine 1968 Florentine (Sharp) Cutaway L-5 CES. 1968 Gibson L-5 CES (Eighth Model). This 17-inch wide, just over 3 3/8 inch deep (at the rim) archtop weighs just 7.60 lbs. Two-piece book-matched, carved spruce top with a one-piece flamed maple back and flamed maple sides. Three-piece book-matched flamed maple neck with two mahogany strips, a nut width of just under 1 5/8 inches, a scale length...
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1955 Gibson L-5CN

$20,000.00
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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1939 Gibson Advanced L-5 (Ex Al Viola/Frank Sinatra)

$125,000.00
Al Viola, Frank Sinatra, and the Greatest Acoustic Guitar in Recording and Film Score History. Al Viola's 1939 Gibson L-5 - Arguably the most famous L-5 in the world. Al played this guitar for over forty years including all of his time with the legendary Frank Sinatra. This is the "My Way" guitar. This majestic instrument weighs just 6.50 lbs. and has a nut width of just over 1 11/16 inches...
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Gretsch Artist Model 150

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The very top of the Gretsch line when it was introduced, the Artist Model 150 was comparable in catalog position to the Gibson L-5 and Epiphone Deluxe. With its extravagantly engraved pearl peghead and hand-engraved pickguard, the Artist Model 150 was one of the most ornate archtop guitars produced by any American manufacturer. Offered only until 1938, its Depression era timing and high cost made...
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1949 Geib J-200 Case

$1,400.00
1949-54 Gibson J-200 hardshell case in outstanding condition. Brown exterior with soft, mint green interior. The handle and all latches and hinges are original, intact, and in working condition. Will also fit Gibson L-5 models and 17 inch lower bout archtops. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1954 Gretsch Electromatic II / White Flacon Conversion

$7,500.00
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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1953 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe Regent

$4,795.00
Honestly, is there anything prettier than an old blonde Deluxe? Introduced in 1948, the Zephyr Deluxe Regent was Epiphone's electric cutaway version of their legendary Deluxe model archtop. Epi's top-of-the line 17" instrument, the Zephyr Deluxe Regent was the equivalent in price and prestige to its main competitor, the Gibson L-5CES. Featuring a deeper cutaway than its Gibson rival, the...
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2011 Epic Ink The Guitar Collection Book

$1,500.00
Own a piece of rock ‘n’ roll history. For the first time ever, the world's most elite guitars are presented together in this limited collector's edition. Years in the making and featuring high-definition, state-of-the-art original photography throughout, The Guitar Collection is half music documentary and half photographic odyssey. Corralling the cumulative knowledge of dozens of guitar...
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1984 Gibson ES-357 (ES-Mitch)

$5,500.00
Dare to be different! This is NOT your average Gibson ES-335 - ES-345 or ES-355 guitar! There are literally millions of guitar players around the globe - here is one of the rarest Gibson guitars you will ever find - one of about twelve made of different variants during Gibson's closing year in Kalamazoo and opening year in Nashville. Often called the "ES-Mitch" for its designer, famous session...
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1956 Gretsch Country Club

$3,499.99
The Gretsch Country Club has always been one of my favorite models. Second only to the White Falcon, the Country Club offered traditional jazz guitar looks and tone. This 56 example is ready for almost anything you can throw at it. Jazz, blues, country, rockabilly, you name it. A great guitar. The body is laminated maple for bright tone and good feedback resistance. The 2 piece maple neck...
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