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2007 Gibson SJ-200 True Vintage

$4,599.95
USA 2007 Gibson SJ-200 True Vintage S#01707xxx FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS UNDER MAP!! HERE'S WHY!! This instrument is brand new as is the OHSC. We bought it as a dealer and have held onto it for a few years, so call it "NOS" if you will! It lists for $6330 and was originally marked at $5129 per Gibson. But now we've decided to sell it for less. Needless to say, this is a remarkably well-crafted...
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1952 Gibson SJ-200

$20,000.00
Retrofret Stock # 6133. Gibson SJ-200 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1952), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # A-11754, sunburst lacquer finish, maple back, sides and neck; spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, period brown tolex hard shell case. In the annals of Country Music, Dave Dudley occupies a special place. His 1963 hit recording "Six Days on the Road" remains the definitive truck...
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~1950 Gibson SJ-200

$5,900.00
1949-50, Factory(?) refinish sunburst, newer Gibson guard, refretted, perfect repro bridge and bridge plate, great sounding and easy playing J-200
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1956 Gibson Country Western Model Model Flat Top

$5,499.00
Gibson Country Western Model Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1956), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, natural lacquer finish, mahogany body and neck, spruce top, molded plastic hard shell case (not original). The Gibson Country-Western model is essentially a southern jumbo natural (SJN) with a special lariat-bordered label. It was the top of the company's 1950's slope-shoulder jumbo line. The...
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1956 Gibson SJ Sunburst

$5,000.00
This terrific-sounding vintage Gibson Vintage SJ (1956) was acquired from the family of the original owner. It has been lovingly played over the years, and carries a well broken-in sound that's exceedinly warm for a Gibson flattop. A lengthy back crack was repaired and cleated long ago; and when it came to us, it needed a couple loose braces reglued as well (work done in house at TME). A...
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1952 Gibson SJ

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Gibson 1952 SJ Blonde FON 21932-25
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1952 Gibson SJ (#GIA0582)

$11,900.00
1952 Gibson SJ, Tobacco Sunburst, Small Tortoise pick guard, Double parallelogram inlays, 1 & 11/16 inches wide at the nut, Single line Kluson tuners, Original bill of sale, Low action, EC, OHSC, $11,900
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1952 Gibson SJ-200 (#GIA0379)

$13,900.00
1952 Gibson SJ-200, Blonde, Gorgeous instrument, attractively flamed Solid Maple back & sides, Wide at the nut, White label, Light weight, “Moustache” bridge with inlays, Great action, Huge sound! EC, OHSC, $13,900
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1953 Gibson SJ-200 (#GIA0335)

$14,900.00
1953 Gibson SJ-200, Rare Blonde finish, Very attractive instrument, Gold hardware, Solid Spruce top, Gorgeously flamed Maple back, 1 & 11/16’th inches wide at the nut, White label, Light weight, “Moustache” bridge with inlays, Some hairline repairs, Pro-Refret, Great action! Huge sounding VG++, OHSC, $14,900
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1959 Gibson SJ Tuning Machines

$499.00
1959-60 Gibson SJ tuning machines in excellent working condition.  One set of 6, single line Kluson tuners. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1956 Gibson Country Western SJ-N (#GIA0595)

$6,995.00
On Hold 1956 Gibson Country Western SJ-N, Natural top, Beautiful Tortoise Pick guard, parallelogram inlays, Original nonadjustable bridge, Great low action, Gorgeous example! EC, Hard case, $6,995
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1953 Gibson SJ-200 N

$11,995.00
Watch out collectors, here's a rare find... This astonishing 1953 SJ-200 Les Paul Custom is in superb condition. It has all the features collectors wish for; highly flamed sides and back, superb "Natural" finish, fat 50's neck, gold hardware, moustache shape bridge, crest inlay and pickguard with flower motif, This SF-200 is in impressive condition and has an INCREDIBLE tone. It comes with the...
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2013 Collings SJ Custom Mahogany

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We ordered this eye-catching Collings SJ with mahogany back and sides and German spruce top, sunburst finish, and nickel Waverly tuning machines. It’s a stunning guitar to look at, and is inspiring to play. Based on Gibson’s famous J-185, the Collings SJ is designed to offer the string balance, volume, and response which that model is coveted for, but does so with an attention to detail and...
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1958 Gibson Custom SJ-160e

$7,995.00
About the wildest, differentest, and by far the most coolest Custom Gibson early Gibson acoustic-electric we've ever seen. You can take your pick of when it was made; it's got solidly identifiable features of both the 50s and 60s, all day. A factory order number inside that's squarely in 1958 ("T" series), but with solidly 1960s finish, neck, and more. Typical red/yellow 60s sunburst, absolute...
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~1952 Gibson SJ 200

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factory dual pickguards, a few pickguard cracks on the low guard area, great sounding guitar, has a very solid bottom end, as used by Ronnie Wood
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1955 Gibson Country & Western SJN J-50

$5,600.00
Serial number: W4017-23. Here is a great sounding, playing, and looking Country Western from 1955. The Country & Western is a slope shouldered, deep bodied Jumbo and is the happy union of the Southern Jumbo and the J-50 – an SJ with a natural top. The internal structure is near identical to a wartime J-45; knife blade back braces, small maple bridge plate, and two scalloped tone bars. This one...
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1954 Gibson Southern Jumbo Natural

$6,500.00
FON X8618-9. The first natural-finished Gibson Southern Jumbos were offered in 1954, the year this instrument was built. Only 15 of these blonde Southern Jumbos were built in ’54, making this guitar quite historically significant. Natural topped SJ’s are about 2% as common as the model’s fraternal twin, the sunburst-finished Southern Jumbo. The SJN was renamed "Country Western" in '56 but,...
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1953 Gibson SJ-200

$9,950.00
a few short repaired back cracks, 1 repaired top crack, fine action with high saddle, brown case
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1955 Kluson No line single gold tuners

$499.00
Gibson, Kluson no-line gold tuners, super nice. For J-50 or C&W SJ-N. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1951 Gibson SJ-200

$10,900.00
Sunburst, small back crack repaired, some overspray on back of body and back of neck, all original parts but one replaced tuner, vgc+, consigned
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1955 Gibson SJ-200

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Gibson's top-of-the-line Super Jumbo from the fifties! This is a wonderful playing and sounding guitar in very good condition. Strong, full tone with great projection and definition. The case is original and was recovered many years ago. This one is part of a large collection just acquired - many more guitars to be listed - please check in regularly or call us for information about our current...
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1938 Gibson SJ 200

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ultra rare, prewar SJ 200 in rosewood, earliest production, went back to Gibson in the early 1960's, top refinished, bridge and pickguard replaced by them with their current parts, sounds like a grand piano, these sell for over $100,000 when fully original, here is an opportunity to own one of the most desirable Gibson flattops for less than 1/2, call for details
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2013 Tronical Tuners Type B for Gibson, Epiphone, Stanford and FGN Guitars

$329.99
Call toll free 1-855-643-2787 ----> We can get these for almost any guitar make! Give us a shout and let's get you tuned up! STAY TUNED WITH TRONICALTUNE Spend less time tuning and more time rocking — your world will sound better. Play with TronicalTune’s possibilities and tune in to your creativity. Turn on – Strum strings – Rock ‘n’ Roll! ALWAYS IN TUNE A guitar with...
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2013 Tronical Tuners Type E for Gibson, Epiphone and FGN Guitars

$329.99
STAY TUNED WITH TRONICALTUNE Spend less time tuning and more time rocking — your world will sound better. Play with TronicalTune’s possibilities and tune in to your creativity. Turn on – Strum strings – Rock ‘n’ Roll! ALWAYS IN TUNE A guitar with TronicalTune looks the same, feels the same, plays the same and rocks the same – it’s just always in tune. Adjust to other...
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