Found 31 matches

1959 Gibson J-200

$10,995
1959 Gibson J-200N, all-original guitar with beautiful figuring on the neck, back and sides, aged to a perfect honey color, S factory order number, rare natural finish, workhorse of the original owner, this guitar was played and loved, nice low action with plenty of saddle, very loud and woody tone, a few dings, scratches and fretwear, and a small 1. 5 inch piece of binding missing on...
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1969 Gibson J-200

$4,500
Natural finish, double bound 16-1/2'' body, X cross braced spruce top with top brace typical of late 60's Gibsons, maple back and sides, 3 piece maple neck, bound rosewood fretboard, crown inlays, 20 frets, rosewood bridge with inlays, non-adjustable saddle replaces original (pro work), new tortoise plastic pickguard, bound headstock features overlay with logo and crown inlays, gold waffle back...
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1994 Gibson J-200, 100th Anniversary (See Details)

$3,250
$700 Professional perfect neck reset Nut 1 23/32" Price firm Call (412)795-8668 to inquire
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1963 Gibson J-200

$14,999

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
1963 Gibson J-200 in lovely BLONDE FINISH featuring a stunning FLAMED-MAPLE BACK AND NECK! - this is a ONE-OWNER GUITAR - with original Brown Lifton pink-lined hardshell case in excellent overall condition, serial number 625XX. AND - this beautiful one-owner J200 comes with an unopened record/LP recorded by the original owner back in the 1970s - still in the shrink wrap! This is a very very...
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1969 Gibson J-200

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TOP: Spruce SIDE&BACK: Maple Please contact us for more information. control number: 150853
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1973 Gibson J-200

$3,495
1973 Gibson J-200 Acoustic Guitar Original Natural Finish AAA Grade Sitka Spruce Top Eastern Curly Maple Back And Sides Rosewood Fretboard Graduated Crown Inlays Hand-Scalloped Top Bracing Very Good Condition With Very Little Playwear Professional Set Up In Our Shop Plays And Sounds GREAT Comes With Original Hardshell Case
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1997 Gibson J200

$2,599
4 lbs. 14 oz. Really nice and clean J200 from a great era for these! With OHSC. No repairs, breaks or modifications. Has some minor weather checking and a small crack in the bridge (pictured) that is stable and not getting bigger. 90297059
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1949 Geib J-200 Case

$1,400
1949-54 Gibson J-200 hardshell case in outstanding condition. Brown exterior with soft, mint green interior. The handle and all latches and hinges are original, intact, and in working condition. Will also fit Gibson L-5 models and 17 inch lower bout archtops. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1959 Gibson J-200

$7,963.68
Introduced in 1938 as the Super Jumbo 200 or SJ-200 with rosewood back and sides, as one of the last pre-WW2 guitar models. In 1947 it gained maple back and sides and in 1954 was renamed the J-200. Around 1999, reflecting Gibson's move towards renewing historical models, it was once again renamed the SJ-200. The Gibson J-200 is a top of the line model, so at some points production has been...
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1973 Gibson J-200

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Beautifull Gibson J-200 from 1973 in a natural finish. Comes with its European tear drop green hardcase from the 70's. Perfectly set-up by our luthier, very easy to play. Deep, warm and bright sound as you'd expect from a 70's J-200. (check our video and Jérémie's short take on "Paint in Black" in our shop). A collectors and fans of J-200 must, exclusively at Guitare Collection,...
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1956 Gibson J-200N

$11,000
10-0946 In October of 1956, Gibson gave Elvis Presley a blonde J-200 with serial number A22937. Presley?s lead guitarist Scotty Moore had recently signed an endorsement contract with Gibson, and Gibson hoped to strike a similar deal with the incredibly popular star. However, Presley?s manager Colonel Tom Parker forbid Elvis to endorse products, so the guitar was invoiced to Moore. Presley...
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1949 Gibson J-45

$4,200
This Gibson J-45 was made in the USA in 1949. It shows lots of wear, and several repaired cracks to the body. That said all the issues have been addressed and this is a very good playing, and exceptionally good sounding guitar. It has a great large profile neck. The guitar comes with a non original hard case.
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1991 Gibson Ukulele by the Custom Shop

$3,750
1991, made by Greg Rich and Jim Triggs, sunburst spruce top, mini J-200 shape with J-200 styled bridge, hundreds of colorful sparkling rhinestones, hand painted flowers on the pearloid back, sides and fingerboard, gold sparkle purfling on neck and the top and bottom of the sides, sunburst maple neck, bikini'd babe on the back, some lacquer checking, NOS- never been sold, custom green wood case
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1939 Gibson J-55

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Adirondack spruce top, Mahogany sides & back, original pickguard, original Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, original mustache bridge w/indiviual saddles, original stairway head, original tuners, w/original hard case. This rare model was higher level model than J-35 and made from 1939 to 1943. In 1939, Gibson made 497 J-35, but they only made 55 of J-55! It is a very rare model and you can...
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1995 Gibson J-45 Buddy Holly

$1,995
Well “That’ll be the day” is here, right now, in this twenty-one-year-old Gibson J-45 Buddy Holly Limited Edition guitar. Done up just like Buddy’s own Gibson J-45, 1940s style, with the small tortoise pickguard, straight-across rosewood bridge, and very traditional sunburst finish. Nice comfy neck and old-time J-45 tone for days and days and days. Nice and clean, one owner, beautifully set up...
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1959 Gibson J-50

$2,250
Here is a great sounding and I mean great sounding Ole J50. Has a replaced bridge that is not reversed belly and we left it because it just sounds so great. Has had the pick guard pull cracks repaired too. Turners here re-installed after Grovers where removed with non stock ferrels that fit in the hole for the grovers. There is considerable fret wear but still rings out great. It's in the Cowboy...
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1969 Gibson J-160E

$2,250
This one is cool. Lots of wear, nicks, dings, and scratches. A lot of finish checking, and it’s pretty deep. A bit of the finish has flaked off at the bottom by the strap button. The guitar plays and sounds well and the frets and fingerboard are in good shape. There are no cracks in the wood. 1 11/16 inch nut width. (VG-)
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2005 Gibson Custom Shop John Lennon Peace Model

$2,599.99
Truetone Music of Santa Monica is offering up the is gorgeous Gibson John Lennon Signature Peace guitar. The guitar sounds incredible. Just what you would expect from the Gibson Custom shop. Very loud and resonant! The guitar is in very good shape with just a few very minor cosmetic marks. Collector owned and strummed on just a few times. Includes the original hard case, and everything...
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1973 Gibson J-50 DELUXE

$1,195
The Gibson J-50 Deluxe is essentially the same as the J-45 Deluxe except the natural finish replaces the J-45’s sunburst finish. Like the J-45, it has a jumbo body with a solid spruce top and mahogany back, sides, and neck. As of 1971, most had a non-adjustable rosewood bridge, a 14/20-fret rosewood finger board with pearl dot inlay, a large tortoise pick guard, and tortoise body binding. And of...
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1970 Gibson J-45

$1,195
The Gibson J-45 is—despite Martin’s claim—America’s guitar, the signature instrument of the serious player in jams, gigs, hoedowns, hootenannies, parties, and front porches since the 1940’s. The J-45 has a square-shouldered jumbo body (since 1969) with a solid spruce top and mahogany back, sides, and neck. Until 1974-75, it had an adjustable rosewood bridge as on this guitar. This 1970 J-45...
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2006 Gibson 1959 Reissue Murphy Les Paul

$6,295
Gorgeous Gibson Custom Shop "Murphy Aged" 1959 reissue Les Paul, in Dark Burst finish. Amazing aging process done by Tom Murphy. Like new. Never played. Straight from a private collection. This guitar smokes! Stays in tune perfectly. Very well balanced. Great flame top! Beautiful Rosewood fingerboard. Played it through my Bogner Shiva, and my 1964 Fender Super Reverb. Passed test on both. Killer...
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1919 Gibson L-4

$8,500
"After Midnight", "Cocaine" and "They Call me the Breeze" J.J. Cale's 1919 Gibson L-4 1919 Gibson L-4 Originally introduced in 1912 this ninety-six year old arched-top and back L-4 weighs just 4.00 lbs. Sixteen inch wide and 3 1/4 inch deep body with 'walnut-stained' maple back and sides and a two-piece carved spruce top with a 'triple-bound' oval soundhole with an inlaid 'diamond-pattern' in...
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1979 Gibson Kalamazoo Award Pickguard

$295
This is a brand new 1979 Kalamazoo Award pickguard, factory wired for floating J. Smith type pickup (available from Seymour Duncan's Custom Shop) with volume & Tone Pots ,1/8" input jack, support felt, inlaid Abalone Eagle & Branch, shellac finish, gold plated screws & jack bracket and 5 ply binding. All new & never installed. Also have one unfinished sans hardware for $200. WOLFE GUITARS, Jay...
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1997 Gibson Custom Shop ES-295

$2,799
Look at this beautiful new arrival at J&E Guitars. A super clean all original 1997 Gibson Custom Shop ES-295. Sounds and plays great. Absolutely no issues. Normal lacquer checking here and there. Some shrinkage on the binding. Otherwise, perfect. It is a few months shy of 20 years old. She was played a little, but loved. Comes with original brown Gibson hard case, and hang tags. Great price for a...
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1969 Gibson Southern Jumbo

$3,250
Sleeper Sleeper Sleeper Alert! One of the coolest cheap vintage guitars in the store, no, in the Midwest. Classic ‘69 features no "Made in the U.S.A. " or volute . Not a skinny neck but a nice rounded 3 piece mahogany neck. A deluxe model with 5 layers binding on back. 7 layers on top. Bound Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard with Brazilian grown bridge. Nickel Klusons. Tucked braces (that's what...
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1977 Gibson RD Standard,

$1,250
1977 Gibson RD Standard in Natural finish, Bridge pickup changed to Seymour Duncan DD-J, Two original pots from 1977, Two newer pots added with new pickup, Bridge was severly corroded so we added a new Gotoh bridge. Excellent action.
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2006 Gibson Custom Shop Historic Les Paul Standard "Murphy Aged"

$6,295
LOOK at this beauty!!! Mint an un-played! Amazing work by Tom Murphy. This piece is super resonant. Very well balanced, LOOK at it! Gorgeous flame Maple top. Beautiful Rosewood fingerboard. This guitar came out of a private collection, and has all paperwork, and original case. They do NOT make them like this today. Tom Murphy's guitars are in high demand, as he no longer does work for Gibson. A...
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1964 Gibson B25-12-N

$895
According to The Blue Book of Acoustic Guitars, the Gibson B series of acoustic guitars was the successor to the LG series largely phased out in the early 1960s. Generally speaking, the B-15 replaced the LG-0, the B-20 replaced the LG-1, and the B-25 replaced the LG-2/3. Thus, this B-25-12N is the equivalent of the acclaimed X-braced LG-3, but with the added power of a true 12-string...
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1991 Gibson J-100 Prototype

$6,995
Back in the 90's, a good friend of ours was a Gibson dealer. He just also happened to be one of the country's foremost authorities on vintage Gibson acoustics and being so, he had what we call in the South "a bunch of nice old ones" in his stash. I can only imagine that it occurred to him one day that these really clean, vintage guitars were becoming rare and that it might be a good idea to...
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1950 Gibson J-50

$3,300
1950 Gibson J50: I bought this hard to find Gibson flattop as a 1949, in a call to Gibson the serial number seems to move that to early 1950. This hard to find and sought after post war Gibson flattop is one of the holy grail of acoustics. Sweet, warm and punchy with volume and booming sound tonalities. Plays beautifully and is a wonderful recording instrument as well. Comes with the Original...
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