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1981 Gibson ES-347

$3,250
Summary: Introduced as a replacement for the slowly-waning ES-345, the Gibson ES-347 TD was produced between 1978 and 1991. Its semi-hollow body sported coil-tapping was generally brighter and had a far better sustain than others in the series due to a number of factors, including its brass nut. This 347 is a unique model and has tons of character. Body: Dual cutaway semi-hollow design. Arched...
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1980 Gibson ES-347

$3,799
What a cool semi-hollow! Block inlay, black finish, and gold hardware. Plenty of patina, but rings like a bell; and the neck is straight, flat, with a full-to-medium profile (and the frets are pretty healthy). A nice clear voice that can do dark without getting muddy. These "tarback" humbuckers sound great. Two swapped knobs, one missing fine tuner adjustment screw, and the phase switch has been...
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1985 Gibson ES-347

$2,750
Sunburst, gold hardware, ebony board, coil tap, TP-6 Tailpiece, curly maple top and back, mahogany neck, brass nut, vgc+
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1988 Gibson ES-347

$3,495
Original 1988 Gibson ES-347 in remarkably clean condition. This guitar plays and sounds fantastic. Original pickups have a super warm and classy tone. Neck is medium sized with a great feel. Looks amazing. All original with original case and very very clean. Perfect for the collector and player alike.
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1988 Gibson ES-347

$2,450
This Gibson ES-347 is a beautiful looking and sounding guitar from 1988. The coil splitter gives you a wide variety of tonal possibilities and it has been retrofitted with a Bigsby vibrato system. This was done without drilling any holes, and the original bridge is included if you wanted to return it to stock hardware! Some wear and checking in the finish, but overall it's a well maintained,...
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1980 Gibson ES-347TD

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Introduced in 1978 & discontinued in 1991 the ES-347TD features all the classic specs of the ES-335 with a few upgrades. It has a brass nut and TP-6 micro-adjustable tailpiece for fine tuning & added brightness. Other upgrades include barrel knobs with individual pickup volume and tone and a split-coil switch for maximum tonal options, Ebony fingerboard with Mother-of-Pearl full block inlays, & 2...
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1981 Gibson ES-335 Pro

$2,250
Sunburst, these were still made at the historic Kalamazoo factory as were most of archtops until 1984. In 1981 the original dot neck was then 23 years old and rising in value and had the respect of in-the-know players. Gibson’s first historic copy of the original is now 37 years old. The original Dirty Fingers high-output pickups are in the case and PAF-sounding pickups have been installed....
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1961 Gibson ES-345

$13,000
Killer guitar! 100% original. Everything works as it should. 2 PAF pickups. Factory Bigsby. Bigsby was off. For a few years and sows les wear than the other gold hard ware. Nice 60's profile neck. Not to thin and has bit of chunk to it.
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1961 Gibson ES-345

$12,500
The elusive color... Argentine Grey! This 345 has great tone and is a players dream with original PAFs! Incredible sounds come out of this thing! The guitar is all original except a pro refret with large frets and it once sported Shallers but old gold Klusons are back and work very well. Original stop tailpiece with no Bigsby! And original brown case. Interesting detail... appears...
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1980 Gibson ES-345 TD

$3,499
An absolutely killer 1980 Gibson ES-335 TD in original Walnut finish. Plays and sounds fantastic. Guitar stays in tune real well and the Bigsby works great. Original pickups are super warm and full of tone. Varitone switch works great and makes for fat and bassy sounds and treble screaming tones...very versatile guitar. All original with the exception of an added Bigsby and the stereo...
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1961 Gibson ES345

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Gibson ES345TD Sunburst 1961 with PAF pick-ups. Fantastic condition. Original stereo. Some tunerbuttons changed. Serialnumber 37XXX. 1961. Black original case with yellow lining. Brazilian in fretboard. Exportlicense Cites. Highres images on request. Price: P.O.A. More images at our website: http://no1guitar.se/64379-gibson-es345td-sunburst-1961.html
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1961 Gibson GA-79RV

$2,700
Everybody knows this amp when they see it. Tube guru Aspen Pittman calls this one of the "Top Ten All Time Classics". This is the version you want. Tweed cover and, more importantly, P10Q's. The later ones have C10Q's and they don't sound the same. This is a stereo amp with reverb but no tremolo. Footswitch is hardwired and included. This amp can be bridged for mono but it really shines with a...
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1961 Gibson ES-125TC

$1,999
Summary: This ES-125 is a straight up vintage tone machine. No frills and all thrills from one punchy, soulful P-90 on a great-looking, lightweight maple body. Body: Single cutaway, thin-line archtop body. Bound maple ply top, back and sides. F-holes. 16 ¼” across lower bout. Sunburst finish. Neck: Mahogany set neck. Unbound rosewood fretboard with dot markers. Gold “Gibson” silkscreen on...
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1961 Gibson ES-345TDSV

$12,995
One of just 174 examples from its model year, this guitar has been carefully maintained by a single owner for over half a century. The factory order number indicates the guitar was begun in 1960, and its four digit serial number shows the instrument was finally shipped in early 1961. A very rare variant, this instrument was factory built with fingerboard inlays extending to the first fret, a...
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