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1985 Gibson EXP 425 Explorer

One of the more versatile Explorer models to come out of the 1980s. Pewter Metallic finish, Black Hardware, Factory Kahler Tremolo, On/Off switch for each pickup, and Single/Single/Humbucker pickup configuration with a push/push Volume pot that splits the Humbucking pickup. Newer Seymour Duncan Bridge pickup and one newer on/off pickup switch, otherwise an original guitar. The guitar displays...
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1983 Gibson EXPLORER

This Gibson Explorer was made in the USA in 1983. It has some dings and dents but no structural damage. The Kahler appears to be original and is marked Gibson. The tuners are also marked Gibson but this had different tuners on it at some point. There is a signature on the back of the headstock but we can't make it out. This is a great guitar for enthusiasts of the 'heavy metal". It comes...
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1984 Gibson EXPLORER

This is from The Gibson Designer series that ran from 1984-86. The Series included Explorers and Flying V’s all of which came stock with unusual paint jobs such as this one.
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1986 Gibson GIBSON Explorer “Graphic” Bass Limited Edition

Very rare & highly unusual Explorer Bass from the “Big Hair” Days of the 80’s, totally cool Black & White Graphic colored finish that was made 2 ways, also made in the reverse B & W pattern, 1 piezo pickup under the bridge & no pickup on the face at all, blown away by this wild bass many years ago, I bought it for my personal collection & now need more room for more stuff, time to go, she has...
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1994 Gibson Explorer 58' RI1994 Limited Centennial Guitar of the Month

In 1994 to celebrate their 100 Year Centennial Anniversary Gibson produced a Guitar of the Month Series considered by Gibson as investment grade and built in appreciation of the art of guitar. This instrument has been in a collection since day one. 1958 Reissue Gibson Explorer in Antique Gold, one of only 100 made and # 43 within the series. The body is Mahogany with a one piece Mahogany neck. ...
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1988 Gibson E90 Explorer

White Cream finish that has slightly yellowed with age, Duncan Invader pickup installed, lightning bolt string through bridge, split diamond fingerboard inlays, black hardware, and slightly smaller than standard explorer body (90% size) with belly cut. This is the same model as used and designed by The Scorpions Matthias Jabs. The guitar was autographed by Pantera in 1992. Dimebag signed under...
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2014 Gibson Explorer 120

The Gibson Explorer with it's radical shape & lines was ahead of it's time when introduced in 1958 & still is today. From the outrageous body shape to the classic angled headstock this axe has always made a bold statement & is one of the most revolutionary guitar designs ever!
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1977 Gibson EXPLORER

1977 Gibson Explorer, serial # 06 252271(decal w/Explorer & Made in USA above the numbers), Natural, Rosewood fretboard, gold hardware, weighs 8 lbs. - 8.7 oz., all original, pretty big neck profile, top tuner bent a bit-works fine, hardware has some pitting & tarnishing, frets in nice shape, has light average playwear, has light belt worming, a few dings on the neck back, a few small bumps &...
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1937 Gibson L-5

Built in Gibson's golden era, this guitar is a positive thesaurus of figured maple in all its glorious variety. The back is emblazoned with beautifully bookmatched tiger flame, the sides are blistered with deep bubble maple, and the neck positively explodes with intensely quilted figuration. Quite the show. Refinished to a natural blonde some decades ago, the guitar had a deep Florentine...
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