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1939 Gibson L-0

FON EG-6903. Among the most striking versions of the L-00 is the late 1930’s Firestripe-on-black L-0 / L-00. A gorgeous guitar, with a pickguard that puts the flame into firestripe, this example is likely the finest of its kind to have come to market in recent history. The L-0 was given its black paint and simple appointments in order to keep the pricing down. Gibson freely used spruce or...
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1931 Gibson L-2

1931 Gibson L-2 in very good condition. One of the coolest and most distinctive looking guitars Gibson ever produced. The combination of the Argentine Grey finish and gold sparkle binding is hard to beat. This one has had a few repairs over the years and is structurally solid despite the light construction. The bridge is a replacement just ever so slightly oversized with compensated saddle. ...
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~1935 Gibson L-30


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Circa 1935 Gibson L-30 archtop acoustic guitar in Rare BLACK FINISH - with vintage softshell case and vintage silk rope strap. This vintage L-30 is in overall very good condition, considering her age. There is consistent light checking to the original black finish - looks very cool and very classy. There is a repaired crack on the backside, which you can see in the photos. The back crack has...
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1934 Gibson L-5

Retrofret Stock # 7071. Gibson L-5 Model Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1934), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 91100, sunburst lacquer finish, maple back and sides, spruce top; maple neck with ebony fingerboard, original black - red line hard shell case. This 1934 L-5 is a very nice example of the pre-eminent orchestra guitar of its era-the original F-hole archtop guitar- and an extremely fine...
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1942 Gibson L-4N

Retrofret Stock # 7148. Gibson L-4N Model Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1942), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 97509, natural lacquer finish, maple back, sides and neck, spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. This fine pre-WWII L-4N is a actually bit of a stylistic throwback; although built just at the beginning of the war years many of the features are more typical...
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Collings Waterloo WL-14X

Picking up an X-braced Collings Waterloo is the closest any of us will ever come to experiencing what it must have been like to play a new Gibson L-00 back in the 1930’s. We, again, tip our collective hats to the people at Collings who’ve created these fine guitars after carefully studying those great 1930’s originals. From the feel of the neck to the similarity of the tone, they really did a...
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2014 C. F. Martin CEO-7

The Special Edition C. F. Martin CEO-7 hearkens back to the Golden Era instruments, and uses a 'Slope Shoulder' OO-size body, Adirondack Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides. As part of the CEO series - Special Editions created by Martin's CEO - the Martin CEO-7 does not hew strictly to historic Martin designs. The CEO-7's smaller body with slope shoulders references mid-1930's Gibson...
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1938 Gibson L-0

It’s back. We had this guitar here about four years ago and it sold so quickly, we never even had the opportunity to get it up on our website, it’s that good. From about the best and most solidly-built time period of these and so of course still in totally solid shape, other than one small back crack occasioned by one little light blow a very long time ago, beautifully taken care of ditto. Very...
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1937 Gibson L-0

1937 Gibson L-0 in excellent condition. A very fine and solid example of an L body guitar. Mahogany back and sides, spruce top, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bound top and back. Original Grover tuners, finish is all original, there are two repaired back cracks, it has a perfect refret with vintage wire, perfect neck reset that is difficult to detect. The V shape neck is full and...
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~1937 Gibson L-0

Yet another L-0 just in stock! These black with fire stripe guard ones are so cool and beautiful. No changed parts, no finish work, no heel crack , no head stock crack, big time tone and ready to play. A couple of repaired cracks but none in the top. 3850 dollars.
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1931 Gibson L-0 Natural Flat Top Acoustic Goo Goo Dolls Pre-War Guitar w

1931 Gibson L-0 Acoustic Flat Top Very Good Overall Condition With No Playing Issues, Shows Signs Or Normal Playwear And Aging (See Photos Below) Original Natural Finish Mahogany Top, Back, And Sides Appears To Have Had A Professional Neck Reset And Plays Perfect All Original Finish And Parts This Guitar Is Currently Owned By John Rzeznik, Frontman Of The Goo Goo Dolls, And Comes...
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1937 Gibson L-50

1937 Gibson L-50 in very good condition. Unusual L-50 with elevated fingerboard, a feature that was never cataloged but appears on some L-50s from the late 30s. Solid carved maple back and carved spruce top. As far as bang for your buck these guitars are superior. All original except for new Waverly tuners, a welcome improvement over the originals. Has one repaired top crack and repro...
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1937 Gibson L-Century

1937 Gibson L-Century in very good condition. These were originally made to celebrate the Chicago Century of Progress Exhibition in 1934. The liberal use of celluloid and flame maple make for one stunning guitar. This is a particularly good sounding example with a solid back and sides (many are laminate backs). Crack free and no major repairs ever done. The treble side was over-sprayed to...
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1950 Gibson L-50

Sunburst, All solid woods, all stock. Arched solid spruce top, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge along with original nickel tailpiece. Solid mahogany back and sides, solid one-piece mahogany neck with original nickel Kluson tuners. Back has two repaired cracks that look worse than they really are, and there's a small one-inch repaired crack near the bass tuners. This has the early feature...
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1940 Gibson L-7

1940 Gibson L-7 Transition Model With 30's Script Logo And Parallelogram Fingerboard Inlays Very Good Overall Condition With No Major Issues Or Repairs Original Sunburst Finish Shows Signs Of Wear And Some Areas Of Deep Checking (See Photos Below) All Original With Original Parts Except Tuning Machine Buttons & Pickguard Bracket Are Replacements Has A Reissue Dearmond Model 1000 "Rhythm...
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1938 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0577)

1938 Gibson L-00, Tobacco Sunburst, Fire Stripe pick guard, Script logo, Bound Top & Back, Nice big fat neck! Tremendous instrument! VG++, NHSC, $4,995
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1939 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0555)

1939 Gibson L-00, Sunburst, Double bound body, Fire stripe Pickguard, Script logo, Original deluxe tuner buttons, 14 frets at body, Very lovely example, VG++, NSSC, $4,995
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1934 Gibson L-50 - #200937

Serial Number: None General Description: Manufactured from 1932 to 1971. 14 3/4" wide acoustic archtop, flat or arched back, round soundhole or f-holes, pearl logo pre-war, decal logo post-war, maple sides, sunburst.
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1937 Gibson L-7, X-Braced 17" Body

Introduced in 1932, the Gibson L-7 was Gibson's most popular acoustic archtop ever. Identical in all but cosmetics to the L-5, it remains an outstanding value in a true pro-sized all-carved jazz guitar. Between 1934 and 1939 only, this model was produced with X-bracing on the top, a style popularized by D'Angelico, D'Aquisto, Benedetto and countless contemporary top-end builders. This style of...
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1933 Gibson L-00

1933 Gibson L-00 L-1 L-0 Ultra rare,early model, sunburst finish with fire stripe pick-guard,good projection, crisp highs with warm lows,pro repaired top and heel crack,original Gibson logo,comes with Gibson soft shell case,original frets,on a straight neck, with nice action AT DAYTON VINTAGE GUITARS & AMPS YOUR GUITAR WILL BE PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED AND SETUP WITH NEW STRINGS. SAFELY...
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1940 Gibson L-50

Retrofret Stock # 7203. Gibson L-50 Model Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1940), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 76-F-38, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, Spruce top, Maple back and sides, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, period black hard shell case. This is a super well preserved example of a Gibson L-50 from 1940, a lovely but no-frills version of the company's classic carved-top...
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~1929 Gibson L-2

•A Unique and Historical Transitional Instrument •The Very First L-00 Body •Twelve Frets to Body •Banjo Tuners, Neck Volute A fascinating, historic instrument, this lovely guitar is the earliest L-00 shaped body made. While retaining the layered bridge, A bracing and 24 1/4" scale of the earlier "Robert Johnson" style L-0 and L-1, It has the Grover banjo tuners, neck volute and gorgeous...
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2016 Gibson Custom Shop J-45 Genuine Mahogany! Limited Edition Acoustic Guitar! j200

Beautiful Gibson J45 All Mahogany Acoustic Guitar. Mint, unplayed with no issues. Comes with original case, paperwork, etc... The updated model with some great and notable updates for 2016. The Gibson J-45 is world renowned for its powerful projection and warm bass. The J-45 Genuine Mahogany features a solid mahogany top, back, and sides. This rarely used tonewood combination offers a...
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2010 Gibson Hummingbird

Introduced in 1960 and produced since then, the classic Gibson Hummingbird was one of Gibson's first dreadnought guitars with square, instead of slope shoulders. By the middle of the 1960's, most of the other Gibson dreadnought models followed this shift. An immediate hit, the Gibson Hummingbird is immediately recognisable with its hand-painted pickguard. These are painted by one Gibson...
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Kluson SD90SLGDRSL 3X3, Gold, Single line, double ring,

This 3 per side set of Kluson® 3 Per Side, Double Ring, Single Row tuning machines was used on vintage Gibson® models such as the Les Paul®, SG®, 335® and others. Also used on the Epiphone Casino® and current Epiphone production of Les Paul® and SG 400® models. This model Kluson® tuning machine is also a direct replacement for all current re-issue 50's and 60's Gibson® production and other series...
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