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1990 Gibson F5-L

1990 Gibson F-5L Our Price: $5,275 Stock# 43619 - Serial # 0287109 We are always overjoyed when we have any Gibson Master Model's show up at our door. This particular model was built in 1990 and is signed by Steve Carlson. Steve was the founder of Flatiron mandolins and he was head of Gibson's production after they purchased Flatiron. This F-5L has some honest playing wear, but it...
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1981 Gibson F-5L

VGC, sunburst finish with several areas of finish touch up and overspray, double bound 2 point F body, solid spruce top, tone bar braced, maple back, sides and neck, bound ebony fretboard, dot inlays, extension gives 29 frets, finish on back of neck very worn, repaired side crack on bass side, adjustable ebony bridge, ''The Gibson'' etched on replacement tailpiece cover, bound headstock features...
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2001 Gibson F-5 Master Model

2001 Gibson F-5 Master Model Our Price: $14,800 Stock# 43641 - Serial # V 70294 This F-5 Master Model was owned by a former Gryphon employee, and he saw several other examples come through here before he pounced on this one. It's dated May 29, 2001, and signed by the late Charlie Derrington. It's all original except for the fretboard scoop, and comes with it's original case and a nicely...
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2004 Gibson F5 Master Model

This beautiful Gibson F5 Master Model (made in 2004) has aged to a lustrous, dark amber sunburst under its thin varnish finish. But don't let its good looks fool you--the ancient tones lurk within! And this mandolin barks with an intense, dry power that sounds straight out of a 60-year-old bluegrass record. Very fine tremolo and single-note tone that's as close to a Loar in its presence as...
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2004 Gibson F-5G

2004 Gibson F-5G Our Price: $2,900 Stock# 44322 - Serial # 1012630 The Gibson F-5G is the first cousin of the F-5L. It is essentially the same thing but without as much bling. The back, fingerboard and headstock are left unbound, and rather than sunburst on the back it is done in what Gibson calls Sheraton Brown. This is the same color used on L-7 jazz guitars and a few other classic...
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2003 Gibson F-5V Master Distressed Model

Loar Re-issue, Master Distressed Model Mandolin, #001 Prototype of this series, aged, signed by Charlie Derrington
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1923 Gibson A-2Z Snakehead

Retrofret Stock # 6127. Gibson A-2Z Snakehead Model Carved Top Mandolin (1923), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 79177, natural top, dark back and sides finish, birch back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. A great-playing and sounding original Style A-2Z mandolin form late 1923/early 1924, the very peak of the "Loar Era" at Gibson....
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1924 Gibson Style A-4 Snakehead

Retrofret Stock # 3735. Gibson Style A-4 Snakehead Model Carved Top Mandolin (1924), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 75907, red sunburst varnish finish, birch back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. This 1924 Model A-4 is a fine example of Gibson's craftsmanship at the apex of the mandolin era, just before the company's focus...
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2003 Gibson Super 400 CESN Thin (#GAT0274)

2003 Gibson Super 400 CESN, Thin body, Blonde, It measures 2 & 3/32 inches deep. It measures 18 inches wide at the lower bout. Engraved Gold hardware including pickup cover, tail piece & tuner buttons, Slider volume control, Custom Shop Master model label signed by the master himself James W. Hutchins, Stunning pearl & Abalone inlays, Spectacular Maple back, sides & neck, Wide at the nut,...
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1998 Gibson Chet Atkins Super 4000 (#GAT0267)

1998 Gibson Chet Atkins Super 4000, The most deluxe Gibson Arch top ever made, Stunning Blonde finish, only 1 of 25 made, Custom Shop Master model label signed by the master himself James W. Hutchins, Thin bodied version of the Super 400 with a cutaway, Outrageously flamed Maple back, sides & neck, Signed by Chet Atkins himself on the pick guard, Special headstock inlay on the front & back,...
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1924 Gibson Style A "Snakehead

Retrofret Stock # 3552. Gibson Style A "Snakehead" Model Carved Top Mandolin (1924), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 78017, black lacquer finish, birch back and sides, spruce top, mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. A great-playing and sounding original Style A mandolin form early 1924, the very peak of the "Loar Era" at Gibson. These are generally...
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1924 Gibson L-5

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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2013 Gibson J-45 Rosewood Custom

The legendary Gibson J-45 acoustic guitar has earned an iconic status in the world of dreadnought acoustic instruments ever since its introduction in 1942. With it's timeless aesthetics, warm & full balanced tone, amazing projection, build quality and the finest tonewoods, the J-45 stands proudly as Gibson’s #1 selling acoustic guitar. In recognition of this distinguished rank, the highly...
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~1936 Bronson Honolulu Master

This guitar, with its significantly designed peghead, was converted from a sqareneck – hawaian guitar to a spanish played round neck 12fret flattop, a few years ago. While this was done it was also completely restored and refinished. Of course it is perfectly set up , ebony fretboard leveled and frets dressed, ready to play. The size and shape of this 12fret Bronson guitar is very similar to a...
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2002 Baker B1

If you are reading this, then surely you know who Gene Baker is, but in case you've never heard of him, let me try to enlighten you. He worked for Gibson under the tutelage of Master Builder Roger Giffin of the Gibson West Custom Shop in North Hollywood, California. As the story goes, Gibson closed the factory down and from there Gene went straight over to Fender. After of few years with Fender,...
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1928 Gibson L-0

Retrofret Stock # 5974. Gibson L-0 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar, c. 1928, made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, dark mahogany finish, mahogany body and neck, rosewood fingerboard. Overall length is 37 3/4 in. (95.9 cm.), 13 5/8 in. (34.6 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 4 1/4 in. (10.8 cm.) in depth at side, taken at the end block. Scale length is 24 1/4 in. (616 mm.). Width of nut is 1 3/4 in. (44...
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1983 Gibson Corvus III

A Rare Corvus III in Silver Metallic Finish. The famous can opener meets pacman body shape, Three Single Coil Pickups, 5 way switch, and Master Volume & Tone Controls. This is the only Corvus we have ever encountered with a matching painted neck and back of headstock, they were always a natural finish. This unique guitar sports a Silver finished neck matching the body. Overall a clean guitar...
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1988 Gibson U2


Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
SUPER STRAT!!! 1988 Gibson U2 solid body electric guitar - 100% original and in excellent condition - with original brown Gibson hardshell case, serial number 81128610. The U2 guitar is a contemporary of Gibsons US1 model - another set neck Super Strat from the 80s. This U2 is in really nice shape - some light buckle rash on the back, some very light dings on the front, and some light finish...
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1949 Gibson ES-350N

This gorgeous example is one of the very 1st 2 pickup model ES-350’s ever produced, it has a beautiful Blonde finish over a very figured & Flamey Maple top, sides & back, 2 warm & powerful P-90 pickups, these 1st were released having 1 P-90 pickup in 1947, this is from the very 1st batch of 2 pickup models from the Spring of 1949, it has the rare factory combination of a top pickup pan knob that...
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2011 Gibson F-5G Mandolin Custom Gold Top #2

A Wonderful Gibson F-5G Mandolin Built by David Harvey. 2011 Gibson F-5G Mandolin Custom Gold Top #2. This is one of two Gibson Custom Shop F-5G Gold-Top Mandolins which were built in 2011 by master luthier David Harvey. The 10 inch wide and 1 7/8 inch, body features a triple-bound, carved solid Sitka spruce top with two 'f' sound-holes and a 'special' gold finish. The two-piece book matched...
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1934 Gibson F-10

Retrofret Stock # 3550. Gibson F-10 Model Carved Top Mandolin (1934), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 91445, black lacquer finish, maple body, spruce top, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. One of the rarest Gibson instruments ever, and a particularly striking and distinctive mandolin. This F-10 dates to 1934, shortly after the model was introduced and...
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1979 Gibson SG EXCLUSIVE

This is a cool and VERY RARE guitar. The Gibson Shipment Totals book states that only 478 of these were made. They were only made in 1979. The SG Exclusive has a set of features that are unique to this model: Black finish contrasted by cream plastic parts, Double Cream T-Top Humbuckers, coil tap controlled by rotary pot, bound fingerboard, and brass nut. Also has a master volume and two tones....
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1969 Gibson Byrdland

Named after and originally designed for ace Nashville session men Billy Byrd and Hank Garland, the Byrdland is essentially a thin-line (2¼”), short scale (23½”) L5-CES. In other words, she’s pure hand-made Kalamazoo butta. She has a spruce top, maple neck, back and sides and five-ply binding. Her fret board is ebony with pearl block inlays and this example sports the rounded Venetian cut-away...
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1987 Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman

Introduced in Oct., 1986 this guitar is from the first full year of production. The Bigsby without gold plating is factory and the curved handle only appeared on the earliest models. This guitar also never had an arm rest as later models did. The guitar features a semi-hollow 17" body, and Ebony fret board with red bass side oriented position markers with white sides. The pickups and...
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1944 Gibson J45 Banner

I am pleased to offer another completely original Banner Gibson guitar from World War II. The publicity and interest in these wartime guitars has been overwhelming and this one might be the best sounding J-45 we have had come through the shop. Our demo picker, Fish, loved the big voice of this Gibson jumbo and literally couldn’t put it down. While the men were off fighting World War II and...
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2012 Custom - David Hatchard Gibson L00 circa 1933

***SOLD*** This has been a personal guitar of mine and was also loaned out to our friend and demo player Bob Halperin which he played out all over New England for the past year or so… In February of 2012, luthier – builder David Hatchard of Exeter New Hampshire hand built 2 of these fabulous guitars for me. Fabricated to the exacting specs of one of my 1933 Gibson L00s but with some minor...
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~1975 Fender Starcaster

Fender’s Starcaster model was a direct response to Gibson’s Electro Spanish line, specifically the beloved Es-335 line of semi-hollow thin-line guitars. Fender took the concept of a semi-hollow bound body with F-holes and humbucking pickups and added a number of classically “Fender” style twists to the design. The most obvious deviations are the off-set Jaguar/Jazzmaster-esque body shape and...
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1961 Gretsch 6118

This 1961 Double Anniversary Model 6118 Gretsch built in the New York factory is finished in a striking two tone smoke green. We are classifying it as a players guitar due to several modifications. It's a hollow body, archtop, single cutaway guitar with dual pickups and numerous art deco features. The serial number, 39735, is typed on a paper label visible inside the left F hole along with the...
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2014 Eastwood Hi-Flyer Phase 4

Eastwood Guitars Hi-Flyer PHASE 4 Vintage Univox Hi-Flier replica! Kurt Cobain / Nirvana tribute model! Mosrite Ventures –style electric guitar! Make’n Music is happy to have the Hi-Flyer PHASE 4 from Eastwood Guitars for sale at a great price! The original vintage Univox Hi-Flier Phase 4 model was introduced in 1977 and was one of the few maple fretboard models from the Hi-Flier...
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1957 Gretsch Jet Firebird

Greg's Vintage Guitars Atlanta has for sale this sweet little 56 year old scorching single cut 1957 Gretsch Jet Firebird, Produced to go head to head with the Gibson Les Paul .This guitar shares similar traits with the more expensive versions as the Duo Jet,Silver Jet and Roundup .Still retaining earlier model features such as the DeArmond™ dynasonic pickups,3 control knobs on the lower bout...
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