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1965 Gibson ES-330

$4,795
An early 1965 330 TDC. Attractive Cherry Finish, Nickel Hardware, larger neck profile with 1 11/16" nut width, Dual P-90 pickups, and bonnet knobs. A nice all original guitar displaying light vintage play wear. No crack or repairs. Marked a factory second with no visible flaws. A nice example with the more desirable wide nut and nickel hardware combination that sets it apart from later 1960s...
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1965 Gibson SG Junior Jr

$4,995
www.nationwideguitars.com Very clean SG Junior in Alpine white finish. Bonnet knobs, chrome hardware, Rare bound dot neck, dog ear P-90 pickup and kluson tuners. Guitar comes with the original semi soft case with red linning and original cord. www.nationwideguitars.com
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1962 Gibson 1962 Bonnet Reflector Volume Knob

$50
1962 Gibson Bonnet Reflector Volume Knob Gold Cap, Les Paul Custom, ES-175, 335, 345, 355, etc. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1962 Gibson 1962 Bonnet Reflector Tone Knob

$50
1962 Gibson Bonnet Reflector Tone Knob Gold Cap, Les Paul Custom, ES-175, 335, 345, 355, etc. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1962 Gibson 1962 Bonnet Reflector Volume Knob

$50
1962 Gibson Bonnet Reflector Volume Knob Gold Cap, Les Paul Custom, ES-175, 335, 345, 355, etc. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1961 Gibson Bonnet Knobs

$295
1961-63 Gibson bonnet knobs, perfect for your 330, 335, and others. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1955 Gibson Bonnet Knobs

$399
Set of 1955-60 gold bonnet knobs in excellent condition. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1960 Gibson Bonnet Knobs

$399
Set of 4 1960 bonnet knobs in superb condition. Perfect for your ES-335, 345, Les Paul Standard, and others. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1962 Gibson Bonnet Knob (Tone)

$60
Early 60s Gibson Bonnet Tone Knob in black with the silver dome and "tone" marking. Fits all models from that era. ES's, Les Pauls, SGs, Melody Makers, L-5s ... Super 400s and on.
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1960 Gibson No-Lip Bonnet Tone Knob

$99
One 1960 Gibson silver-topped no-lip bonnet Tone knob. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1961 Gibson ES-335 TD

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Released in 1958, the ES-335 was a real departure in terms of guitar design. By adding a center block to a slimline double cutaway arch top body, Gibson created what many consider the perfect electric guitar, a classic shape with solid-body like sustain. A truly stunning specimen complete with double black PAF humbuckers and black alligator Lifton case (w/original key!). Perfect slim neck...
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1960 Gibson ES-335

$22,000
Early 60 ES-335's are a steal these days because 59's have gotten so pricey (everybody wants a 59, it seems). Especially the early ones that have the 59 features-bigger neck, the bonnet knobs, the shallow neck angle, the long guard, of course PAF's. This 60 is a bit unusual in that its never had stop tail stud holes drilled in it. This is a factory Bigsby only and they are pretty rare. You can...
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1964 Gibson J-160E

$5,750
Retrofret Stock # 6460. Gibson J-160E Model Acoustic-Electric Guitar (1964), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 202925, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, mahogany back, sides and neck; spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. Gibson's J-160E electrified flat-top was a fairly successful guitar in its time but is now remembered primarily as one of the iconic...
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1966 Gibson BARNEY KESSEL CUSTOM

$4,995
A cool Barney Kessel Custom guitar. Cherry Sunburst Finish over a flamed maple top, Gold Hardware, Dual Patent Sticker Pickups, Gold Bonnet knobs, 5 piece Flamed Maple neck, Factory Grover tuners, and the great looking Bow tie inlays of the BK Custom. Other than an added strap button on the heel the guitar is all original. The guitar displays some normal play wear with a small patch of belt...
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1960 Gibson Les Paul

$150
One pair of original 1960 bonnet knobs. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1960 Gibson EB-0 Bass

$7,500
An Original Cherry Red Slab-Bodied, Banjo-Style Tuners, EB-0 Bass With Factory Mute Assembly. 1960 Gibson EB-0 Bass. This original slab-bodied EB-0 bass weighs just 8.10 lbs. and has a nice, fat nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches and a scale length of 30 1/2 inches. Solid mahogany body, one-piece mahogany neck, and unbound Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 20 original jumbo frets and inlaid...
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1966 Gibson ES-175

$4,295
Sunburst Finish, Bonnet Knobs, Chrome hardware, Zig Zag tailpiece, Orange label, and Kluson tuners. A great sounding guitar that comes with its original yellow lined hardshell case. No cracks or crack repairs. The guitar displays some finish checking and playwear.
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1960 Gibson Melody Maker

$2,195
Second year single cut Melody Maker. Guitar features a nickel wraparound tailpiece, black bonnet knobs, a resonant piece of swirling grained mahogany, sunburst finish, and Gibson silkscreen headstock logo. The great thing about this Melody Maker is it is an early 60 with the larger 59 style neck profile. Many of these single cut MM guitars have the more skinny neck profile. Some light checking...
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1956 Gibson Les Paul TV Model

$14,400
This has to be the absolute cleanest, most pristine, 100% all original investment grade Les Paul TV from 1956, complete with original clean croc case and original swing tag (hang tag). The guitar is almost in brand new condition with no major marks of any kind other than the odd tiny mark and swirl. It's a solid 9.85 out of 10. It's a guaranteed time capsule find with zero issues and possibly the...
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1960 Gibson ES-330

$6,800
You really, really want a 59 ES-330 but they don't seem to come up that often and when they do, they are really expensive. That's the "59" premium and you don't have to pay it. This was owned by the same player for more than 20 years and he thought it was a 59. I picked it up and I thought it was a 59 but it has a 60 Factory order number, so its a 60. There are no serial numbers on early 330's,...
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1969 Gibson Super 400CES

$12,495
Introduced in 1934, the Super 400 was the pinnacle of the Gibson line, the largest and most expensive production guitar of its era. The electric CES version made its debut in 1951, and is currently available on custom order only. This exceptional orange label guitar is one of the last pre-Norlin Super 400s, and one of the first built after Gibson revived the traditional rounded 'Venetian'...
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1963 Epiphone Casino E-230TD

$6,750
Retrofret Stock # 7103. Epiphone Casino E-230TD Model Thinline Hollow Body Electric Guitar, c. 1963, made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 87162, sunburst lacquer finish, laminated maple body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. The 1960's Epiphone Casino and its Gibson twin the ES-330TD are great sounding, highly versatile guitars- one of Kalamazoo's most original...
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1958 Gibson LES PAUL SPECIAL

$8,995
This is a very nice example of an all original 1958 Gibson Les Paul Special in TV yellow. It is commonly thought that the TV yellow finish was developed to be black and white TV friendly. 1958 was the last year for the single cuataway, flat top Les Paul Special that was first introduced in 1955. The serial number, 8 4831, is stamped in black on the back of the headstock. It has a slab mahogany...
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1955 Gibson 1955 Original Les Paul Junior Jr.

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Lovely lovely example, she's a Featherweight Beautiful Vintage 1955 Gibson Les Paul Junior. Super clean Excellent minus 100% original condition and every atom (save one screw, see below!) as she came from 225 Parsons street in Kalamazoo Michigan 60 years ago. This beautiful sunburst guitar has that special tone sound, thick-necked playability, and is so light and resonant with that super solid...
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