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1958 Gibson ES-125 - #201114

$1,895
Serial Number: 8725 13 General Description: Manufactured from 1941 to 1943, 1946 to 1970. Archtop, non-cut, 1 pickup, sunburst, renamed from ES-100.
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1955 Gibson ES-125

$2,595
Back again. The imperturbable 1950s Gibson ES-125, solid as a rock and twice as reliable. When we find a good one we know it, and this one is good. Has had the few signs of its time gently brought up to spec; the tuners have been exchanged for perfect replicas and the setup has been perfectly adjusted here in our own shop, and that’s all it wanted to go right back on the road, with you. Original...
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1954 Gibson ES-125

$2,399
1954 Gibson ES-125 in excellent condition. All original except for new tuner buttons to replace the crumbled originals. Finish is in excellent shape with minor checking. Great round neck shape with full feel. ES-125s have always represented a tremendous value in the guitar world and still do. Includes soft case.
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1950 Gibson ES-125

$2,199
1950 Gibson ES-125 in very good condition. All original with the exception of the bridge and repro Gotoh tuners. Nice chunky round neck shape with 1 11/16" nut width. The original P-90 is strong and full sounding. The finish is all original and in great shape with fine checking overall. Hard to beat the ES-125 for versatility and utility. Includes soft shell case.
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1954 Gibson ES-125

$1,750
This Gibson ES-125 was made in the USA in 1954. It shows significant wear, but still plays great, and there is no structural damage. The knobs are not original, and we are not sure on the pickguard which is black (usually they are tortoise) but appears to be original. The guitar plays and sounds great. It comes with a non original hard case.
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1957 Gibson ES-125

$2,400
Retrofret Stock # 6829. Gibson ES-125 Model Arch Top Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1957), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # U2143-33, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, laminated maple body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard. A nice example of Gibson's ES-125, the company's "bread and butter" electric guitar during the late 1940's and early '50's. This model has a 16" wide,...
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1956 Gibson ES-125

$2,195
Vintage 1956 Gibson ES-125. This one is a real nice one with a nice and strong original P-90 pickup. Sounds incredible. All original with some honest signs of wear. Comes with a hard case.
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1953 Gibson ES-125

$2,149.99
This beautiful 1953 Gibson ES-125 is in stunning condition and perfect playing order. Comes with a vintage Epiphone hardcase. It's missing the strap button at the butt-end, otherwise its 100% bone stock! When it came in to us, the neck heel was separating from the back of the body and the top of the back had began separating as well. So we had a professional neck reset done by local luthier,...
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1950 Gibson ES-125

$1,685
Double bound 16'' body, sunburst finish on maple top, f-holes, dark natural finish on mahogany sides and flat back, 14 fret mahogany neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 20 frets, 1 smokin' P-90 pickup, adjustable rosewood bridge, long tortoise plastic pickguard, trapeze tailpiece, headstock overlay features logo decal, newer 3-on-a-plate tuners installed, 1-11/16'' nut, 24-3/4''...
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1954 Gibson ES-125

$3,489
1954 Gibson ES-125 Near Mint to Mint Beautiful Sunburst Wonderful guitar, nice 1 11/16ths inches wide at the nut, Ultra rare in this condition. GUITAR HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED AND SETUP WITH NEW STRINGS. SAFELY PACKED. PLEASE CALL 937-613-0690 World wide shipping available by request
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1953 Gibson ES-125

$2,495
Seems to be an incredibly popular guitar to have these days, the earlier Gibson ES-125, hard to find a real good one but we’ve got a winner here. This one may in fact be a bit earlier than 1953, sometimes hard to be precise with these, but the bottom line is that this is a terrific example. Its original early P-90 pickup makes it loud as all get-out, and the combination of its unusually comfy...
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1956 Gibson ES-125

$2,599
1956 Gibson ES-125 in excellent condition. One of the all time classic and most useful guitars. These were sold as student guitars but built with quality that matched the top of Gibson's electric line. This one is all original down tot the last screw. The finish is in great shape with fine checking and a few wear spots from being in the case. Nice round handful of a neck profile with the 1...
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1951 Gibson ES-125 Hangtag

$179
1951-1960 Gibson ES-125 hang tag in excellent condition. Original price written on the back. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1951 Gibson ES-125

$149
1951-1960 Gibson ES-125 hangtag. Writing from previous owners on back. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1954 Gibson ES-125 - #200905

$1,895
Serial Number: X7443 General Description: Manufactured from 1941 to 1943, 1946 to 1970. Archtop, non-cut, 1 pickup, sunburst, renamed from ES-100
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1959 Gibson ES-125

$1,999
Really nice, clean 59 ES-125. All original except the tuners, which are period correct repos, Great woody 50's Gibson hollow body P-90 sound!!!!! Comes with original 50's Gibson Chipboard case. These are still a great vintage Gibson value!!!!!
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1957 Gibson ES125

$1,750
Here is a beautiful thinline sunburst hollowbody Gibson from the 2nd year they were made. The P90 pickup measures 7.78k. Trapezoid tailpiece and single binding on the top and back.
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1958 Gibson ES-175

$7,495
One owner.Extremely rare single P.A.F pk-up!! Not that it matters,but just the side piece of the tailpiece (the part that screws onto the body) is newer. Rare factory wooden bridge for better tone. Body #T6144 18. Nice fat neck.Just 6.2 lbs. Pk-up reads 7.45.We have more photos. Please go to www.nealsGuitars.com
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1958 Gibson ES-140 3/4T

$7,800
One of Just Fifty-Seven Natural ES-140 3/4T's Ever Made Better Defined as a Near Mint Three-Quarter Size ES-175. 1958 Gibson ES-140 3/4T. This super rare 'natural' three-quarter size guitar weighs just 4.10 lbs. Three-ply laminated light birds-eye maple body with two 'f' holes edged in white. One-piece Honduras mahogany neck, and Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 19 original thin frets and...
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~1953 Gibson "Hyman" ES 125

$2,995
This is one of 43 guitars that just arrived from Steve Millers collection. This also includes a photo of Steve with the guitar. Contact Dan Aronie at 408-377-5864 or email danshowcse@gmail.com or cdaronie@aol.com.
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1957 Guild® X-50 Vintage Archtop Electric Guitar Franz P90 NYC w/ hc

$1,449.99
Up for sale, a 1957 Guild X-50 in exceptional, 99.9% original condition and in perfect working order. With Guild starting production of archtops in April of 1953, this is an early example built right when Guild was transitioning from their New York factory to their famous Hoboken location. Manufactured in New York at 536 Pearl St, the pre-Hoboken Guilds are the most rare in terms of the era and...
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1957 Gibson ES-125TD

$1,995
Nice player, original double pickup model but pickups have been changed. Looks like Kent Armstrong but not sure. Tuner buttons and knobs appear to be changed. Comes in a good fitting TKL hardcase. Paypal accepted.
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1958 Gibson ES-175N

$6,995
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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~1956 Gibson ES-125TDC

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Gibson's 125's from the mid to late 50's are very cool indeed, however quite costly on the vintage market. We are now having the small Heritage shop in Kalamazoo make us a similar model, (Please see listing for Heritage model H525PTD)- with some important differences, like a slightly thicker body for a stronger neck-body joint, Jason Lollar's awesome P-90's. better (much better) tuning keys, &...
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1968 Gibson ES-335-12

$3,500
The Gibson ES-335 debuted in 1958 with a revolutionary new design: the thinline semi-hollow body archtop electric body. The thin body of this guitar was constructed of a laminated Maple arched top and back but had a solid center Maple block running down the center of the body. The resulting guitar had a warm tonal response but limited the problem of feedback at high stage volumes that many...
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1958 Gibson/Kluson Kluson Tuners Les Paul, ES-335

$895
These are in great shape,very clean. This set of tuners came off of a 1958 ES-175. The buttons are nice. We think the plastic tips are original but we are not sure.
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1965 Gibson ES-125CD

$1,889
Serial # 351996. A rare variant of the ES-125, the ES-125CD is much more akin to an early 1950’s ES-175D than any other version of the 125 that was ever built. With its full-depth 16” hollow body construction, pointed Florentine cutaway, elevated fingerboard extension and double P-90 pickups, this guitar is essentially a dressed-down ES-175. What differentiates it from the much more expensive 175...
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1965 Gibson ES-125DC Two P90's! Like 1950's ES-175D!

$1,995
This is a very clean 1965 Gibson ES-125CD full body archtop electric. Not to be confused with the ES-125TDC, this is the jazzier version. Features Two P90 Pickups that sound great! Similar to the ES-175D models of the early to mid-1950's. It's a great player but also very presentable with very little checking. There is a stress crack at the jack and strap button but is totally solid. It has newer...
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