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Gibson ES-150

$2,099
50's era Gibson ES-150. Very Good Condition, with some wear and tear shown in photos. Nothing that affects playability, though. We are still trying to determine exact year (owner states it is a 1951), as there is no clear serial number. This guitar comes with an original 1950s Lifton Hard Case. Oozes classic 50s vibe!
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1948 Gibson ES-150

$2,250
This is a 1948 Gibson ES-150 that is in excellent original condition. It has the original tuners, pick guard, P-90 pickup, bridge, tailpiece and clear volume and tone knobs. 25 1/2" scale length, 1 5/8" nut width. Very nicely flamed top as well. It is set-up with light gauge strings and plays perfectly with nice low action. Comes with beautiful original brown hard shell case. These guitars are...
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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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1951 Gibson ES-150

$2,650
Vintage Hollowbody Electric Archtop with Single P-90 Pickup, Trapeze Tailpiece, Barrel Knobs and Bound Rosewood Fingerboard with Trapezoid Inlays.
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~1940 Gibson ES-150 Charlie Christian

$5,500
1938-1940 Gibson ES-150 Charlie Christian (Serial number suggests 1940, appointments suggest earlier) in good condition. Single pickup, sunburst finish. All-original except missing pickguard, possibly a '50s bridge, and possibly the truss rod cover (two-ply). Glued top crack along the treble side of fingerboard, some heavier wear above the pickup, and the peghead has a small chip in it. G...
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1948 Gibson ES-150 - #200972

$1,595
Serial Number: None General Description: Manufactured from 1936 to 1942 and from 1946 to 1956. Historically important archtop, non-cut, bound body, Charlie Christian bar pickup from 1936 to 1939, various metal cobered pickups starting in 1940, 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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1946 Gibson ES 150 vvv

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SOLD ******Gibson es 150 laminated spruce top 17" wide and with a long (25.5") scale length, the post-war ES-150 was designed to be a real jazz-box at a price that most people were able to afford. These instruments were built for only 10 years and are significantly rarer than their smaller brother, the ES-125. They are consistently great sounding instruments with a single P-90 in the neck...
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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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1941 Gibson ES-300 N Electric Archtop

$6,500
1941 Gibson ES- 300 N EXC This gorgeous blonde is Gibsons 2nd version of the ES-300. Gibson records show that this one #97316 was shipped on December 15, 1941 just one week after the attack on Pearl Harbor so it was one of the very last electrics shipped before they had to shut down guitar manufacturing for the war. There were about 135 of this top of the line electric model made with the...
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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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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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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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1949 Waverly 1940's Gibson Archtop Tailpiece

$249
New Old Stock, factory original tailpiece. Will complete your ES 150, 125, L-50 and other Gibson archtops from the era. We only have a few in stock, so get one before they're gone. Conditions may vary. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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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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1961 Gibson ES-120T

$1,500
Sunburst, unbound Brazilian rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, slim taper neck profile, pickguard mounted melody maker pickup, all original, nickel tailpiece, shows nicks and scratches on the top and back, light and comfortable to play, comes with the original faultless soft shell case. A vintage bargain at $1500 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
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1961 Gibson ES-175D

$7,500
This is the real deal. A 1961, 100% original ES-175, with the iconic dual PAF humbuckers (with stickers). No issues whatsoever with this guitar, it is in immaculate shape, with a bit of checking from age in the finish. Plays and sounds like a dream and comes with the original hardshell case. A fantastic guitar for a fantastic price. Call or email for more details. Price in USD.
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1950 Gibson ES-5 - #201103

$9,995
Serial Number: A-7329 General Description: Manufactured from 1949 to 1955. Single-cut archtop, 3 P-90 pickups, renamed ES-5 Switchmaster in 1955.
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1981 Ibanez FA-100

$1,175
Ibanez went after the gibson ES-175 and they caught it. Close your eyes and try to tell the difference (it's subtle). The 1981 catalog calls the cutaway Venetian but we all know it's Florentine. Also the catalog describes the pickups at Super 70s but the spec sheet calls them Super 58s. This FA-100 has Super 70s.
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1961 Gibson ES-335 ES335

$24,495
Hard to find a red one that is 100% original.Limited run in 1961 which was the ONLY official year for this color. Frets were filed down slightly decades ago.Amazing wide/thin neck. Please go to www.nealsGuitars.com and double click on each picture to make it HUGE! We have more photo's.Please watch video.
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1961 Guild® T100D

$2,400
Summary: Built in Hoboken, NJ, to compete with Gibson’s ES-225, this T-100D, otherwise known as the Guild “Slim Jim”, sports two cream covered Franz-designed P-90 style pickups on a thin-line maple body with a Venetian cutaway. Body: Maple body with dual f-holes and single Venetian cutaway. 16” wide, 2” deep. Arched top and back. Three-ply binding on top. Natural nitrocellulose...
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1941 Gibson ES-300N / L-7 Conversion,

$3,450
This is a unique instrument. It started life in 1941 as an ES-300 - with a laminated maple top and a built in pickup and controls. Sometime in the 1950s, the guitar was returned to Gibson for a solid spruce top with parallel bracing - with no built in pickup or controls. The guitar became an L-7. The label still says ES-300. Beautiful condition with very curly sides and back. Some very...
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1949 Gibson ES-5

$6,995
This is a fabulous example of a stunning ES-5 once owned by real player, a gentleman by the name of “Bernie Clutts” from new, its Dark Sunburst finish is deep & rich w/color & hardly faded over its 67 year history, its laminated maple construction is beautiful having some very nice grain & figure, its 3 piece maple neck is fat & quite comfy, its 3 black P-90 pickups handle any style of playing...
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1971 Gibson ES-335

$4,100
1971 ES-335 in as mint condition as they come! Looks like a new guitar! And, it's a great player to boot! Near flawless walnut finish. Nice balanced set of T-Top humbuckers. Nice thin neck that is comfortable profile. Not too thin like some 70's Gibsons. This is a factory second but we can't find ANYTHING wrong with it. Usually the Second mark was for a finish flaw.
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1981 Gibson ES 175 D

$3,250
10-0734 A superb Gibson ES175D in the gorgeous Natural Blonde finish. 3 piece Maple neck, volute like the 70's , Super 400 style inlays. Gorgeous blonde. Comes with the original hard case with red lining. Original Patent number pickups with chrome covers in excellent condition. no pitting on the hardware, looks perfect. the sound is amazing. Good aged maple makes this a killer guitar. Stamped...
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1961 Gibson ES-355 TD Mono

$20,000
1961 Gibson ES-355 TD in excellent condition. This is a 100% original no excuses guitar. The 355 was top of the line in its day with an ebony fingerboard, pearl inlays, multiple bound body and gold plated hardware. The mono versions are rare compared to the stereo varitone models. This guitar was originally sold in Canada and comes with the receipt from original purchase. The electronics are...
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1948 Gibson ES-350N

$12,495
This wonderful example is one of the very 1st single pickup model ES-350’s ever produced, it has a beautiful Blonde finish over a nicely figured & Flamey Maple top, sides & back, 1 warm & powerful P-90 pickup, these 1st were released having just 1 pickup in 1947, by 1948 you had an option for 2 pickups, these w/1 pickup are truly the rarest & most desirable, it has 1 master volume knob & 1 master...
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1961 Gibson ES-335 Soft Shell Case

$249
1961-1965 Black soft shell case with a red interior. Also fits 120, 125, 225, and 330 guitars. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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