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1955 Gibson ES-140 3/4

$2,350
EX- with normal playwear, finish checking (looks streaked on the sides), cool little guitar, all original, plays easily
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1962 Gibson ES-140 3/4 T

$2,995
This is a very unusual example made during the early 60’s as most of these were during the late 50’s, its sunburst finish is very pretty & clean w/no checking & little wear, its P-90 pickup is sporting an unusual Nickel plated cover used for only 2 years, its 3 in line Kluson tuners & trapeze tailpiece are very clean as are the gold capped knobs & tortoise’gard, this is an exceptionally clean all...
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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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1957 Gibson ES-140 3/4 T - #200924

$2,695
Serial Number: U912635 General Description: Manufactured from 1957 to 1968. Archtop thinline, single-cut, bound body, 1 pickup, short-scale, sunburst.
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1957 Gibson ES-140 3/4

$2,999

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
1957 Gibson ES-140 3/4 sized hollow body single cutaway electric guitar in excellent cosmetic condition - with original Gibson brown softshell case - serial number U 9126. This is a really really COOL one for the Gibson collector! This little guy is nearly 60 YEARS OLD! And in super excellent shape for his age. The only non-original features of this 140 would be the original owner's...
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1954 Gibson ES-140 (#GAT0364)

$2,895
1954 Gibson ES-140 ¾, Tobacco Sunburst, Full body depth, P-90 pickup, Smooth playing, Fine instrument! VG++, NHSC, $2,895
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1953 Gibson ES-140

$3,250
Retrofret Stock # 7060. Gibson ES-140 Model Arch Top Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1953), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # Y5213-19 (FON), sunburst lacquer finish, laminated maple body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original brown tolex hard shell case. The ES-140 is an extremely cool little Gibson and a surprisingly great sounding guitar. The small 3/4 size ES-140 electric...
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1950 Gibson ES-140

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1950- first year of issue, sunburst, 3/4 sized archtop with the thick body & cutaway, 1 P-90 pickup, tall barrel knobs, all original except for newer hard case
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1951 Gibson ES-140

$3,200
This Gibson ES-140 was made in the USA in 1951. It is in very nice shape for its age. It had Grover tuners at one point, but the original tuners are back on. Other than that the guitar is all original. This is a 3/4 scale guitar. It comes with the original brown and pink case.
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1955 Gibson ES-140

$4,195
A Rare Blonde ES-140. Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, Nickle Hardware, Dog Ear P-90 pickup, W factory order number and full depth body. According to Shipping totals only 30 Blonde ES-140 guitars were produced. An excellent condition vintage guitar that comes with its original worn brown hardshell case. Repro knobs and the guitar once had an added strap button on the heel. A rare example. Go to...
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1960 Gibson ES-140T

$2,600
This Gibson ES-140 was made in the USA in 1960. This guitar is in very clean all original condition. This is the thin version of the es-140 and is a 3/4 size guitar. The guitar has been pro-setup and plays great and sounds fantastic. It comes with the original soft shell case.
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1940 Gibson ES-300 RARE Vintage Archtop Guitar Original Diagonal Pickup

$7,495
1940 Gibson ES-300 Very Rare Pre-War Model With Factory Original Diagonal Pickup Excellent Overall Condition Original Bridge Original Tuners Original Tailpiece Original Frets In Very Good Condition Vintage, But Not Original Knobs Pickguard Has A Small Extra Hole And May Be Repro Had A Pro Repaired 3" Crack Near The Volume Knob On The Top (See Photos Below) Also Has A Very Small...
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1940 Gibson ES-300 N Electric Archtop

$7,500
1940 Gibson ES-300 N EXC This is a historically important guitar, the first version of the ES-300 and the first electric to feature a single coil pickup the 6 1/2" long ancestor to the P-90. It was in production for less than a year with only about 60 being made before the switch to the shorter pickup in 1941. This one is unusual with its single blade instead of separate poles. The interior...
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1962 Gibson ES-120

$1,395
1962, sunburst, thin non-cutaway archtop with 1 single coil pickup at neck, bubble pickguard, fine neck, 1 11/16" at nut, all original
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~1965 Gibson ES-330, ES-335, ES-120, ES-125, ES-345

$395
Nice old case for your vintage Gibson thin archtop. Original latches and handle work fine. A few small dings on the bottom edge. Paypal accepted.
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1940 Gibson ES-150

$2,100
16-1/4'' lower bout, sunburst finished spruce top with f-holes, tone bar bracing, dark stain maple back and sides, dark stain 14 fret mahogany neck, 19 fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays, adjustable Brazilian rosewood bridge, trapeze tailpiece, rectangular metal covered pickup with adjustable pole pieces in bridge position, one volume and one tone control, white-bound body,...
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1942 Gibson ES-150

$2,100
Double bound 16'' body, sunburst finish on spruce top, tone bar bracing, f-holes, dark natural finish on maple back and sides, mahogany neck, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 20 frets, 1 smokin' single coil pickup (metal cover) in bridge position, adjustable Brazilian rosewood bridge, trapeze tailpiece, long pickguard, headstock overlay features script logo inlay, 3-on-a-plate tuners,...
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1969 Gibson ES-150

$4,999
Not to be confused with the archtop model of the same designation made famous by Charlie Christian nearly three decades earlier, this Norlin era guitar is more like an ES-335, with a fully hollow deep body like a 175. This first year example is one of only sixty-five shipped that year in blonde, and predates having the volute and origin stamp commonly seen on Norlin Gibsons. Light, great...
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1950 Gibson ES-150 N (#GAT0365)

$3,995
1950 Gibson ES-150 N, Very Rare Blonde Finish, P-90 pickup, Nice full feeling neck, Bound Rosewood fingerboard with trapezoid inlays, Attractive Maple back & sides, Barrel knobs, Updated tuners, The only Blonde ES-150 we have ever seen in over 35 years, Wonderful instrument, EC, NHSC, $3,995
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1965 Gibson ES-120 T - #201116

$1,495
Serial Number: 366617 General Description: Manufactured from 1962 to 1970. Archtop thinline, non-cut, 1 pickup, bound body, sunburst.
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1971 Gibson ES-150 DN

$3,495
A nice example in Blonde finish, 335 shaped body with ES-175 depth, Chrome Hardware, Gibson embossed pickup covers, Factory master volume knob on treble horn, No volute, and Mahogany Neck. This one has some beautiful figuring on the body. Displays light playwear with finish checking on the sides of the body. An all original piece that comes with its purple lined Gibson hardshell case
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1952 Gibson ES-150

$2,850
Debuting in 1936, the ES-150 was the instrument Charlie Christian made famous: the first commercially successful electric guitar. Originally a 16" guitar, the ES-150 was upsized after the war to L-5 dimensions, with a 17" lower bout and the longer 25 1/2" scale. This noncutaway model assumed its final version in 1950, with the bound fingerboard and trapezoidal inlays. With it's larger body and...
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1937 Gibson ETG-150

$3,500
Retrofret Stock # 7009. Gibson ETG-150 Model Arch Top Hollow Body Electric Tenor Guitar (1937), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 577C-6 (FON), sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, maple back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. The 'standard" 6-string pre-war Gibson ES-150 is one of the most important electric guitars of all time; this...
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Rio Grande Charlie Christian Telecaster® Pickups

$359.95
These are patterned after the Charlie Christian pickup that came on the Gibson ES-150 guitar, Danny Gatton got the idea to put one of those Gibson pickups in a Telecaster, and he loved the look and the sound …..and then he wanted to get rid of the hum !! …hence came the Joe Barden pickups ….but these are vacuum potted and made right here in the USA …deep in the heart of Texas ! Comes with full...
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1940 Gibson Recording King Model A

$2,799
1940 Recording King Model A by Gibson in very good condition. This is a rare model that was only made from 1938-1940. Gibson manufactured Recording Kings guitars for sale through Montgomery Wards catalogue. The Model A is the similar to the Gibson ES-150 commonly known as the Charlie Christian model. 16" body with maple back and sides and solid spruce top. The internal bracing is the same as...
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~1937 Rickenbacher Ken Roberts

$6,995
Serial # C1388. Rickenbacher launched the first ‘Electo-Spanish’ guitars in 1934; these featured a Harmony-built body, early ‘horseshoe’ pickup, and wooden neck. Unlike the ‘Frying Pan’ and ‘Panda’ models that were also being produced in the mid 1930’s the Electro Spanish (renamed the Ken Roberts Model in 1935) were the world’s first manufactured electric guitars that weren’t lap steels with...
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1953 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe

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What a cool rare guitar this is,… 1953 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe factory fitted with Dearmond Dynasonic pickups hardly ever seen in this format, and its blonde too! Lovely small Epiphone headstock with a rosewood board and cloud inlays. 17 inch bottom bout and 3 ¼ inch deep.body makes this archtop an equivalent to a Gretsch Country club or Gibson ES 300 -350 The guitar is fitted with a 1960’s gold...
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1973 Gibson ES-335TD

$3,999

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
100% ORIGINAL 1973 Gibson ES-335TD semi hollow body electric guitar in a beautiful TRANSLUCENT WALNUT FINISH - in excellent cosmetic condition for a 40+ year old guitar - comes with its original Gibson purple-lined hardshell case, also in excellent condition -serial number 182XXX, stamped 2. This is a wonderful playing and superb sounding vintage ES335, in the really cool darker Trans Walnut...
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1966 Epiphone Sheraton

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Here is a most rare guitar, it's a vintage 1965 blonde Epiphone Sheraton. This guitar is in the most incredible condition for a guitar that is 50 years old. The guitar plays like total butter, the feel of the guitar is way beyond words. The Epiphone Sheraton model guitar was the Epiphone version of the Gibson ES-355. This guitar is 100% original in each and every way. The guitar comes along with...
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1964 Gibson ES-335 TD Stop Tailpiece

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Beautiful and 100% original !964 Gibson ES-335 stop tailpiece guitar. Incredible condition and playability. A keeper for sure! Original Gibson hard shell case is included. Any question, feel free to call me at 516-721-1393.
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