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1953 Gibson L-48 - #200971

Serial Number: Y7063-31 General Description: Manufactured from 1946 to 1971. 16" acoustic archtop, single-bound body, mahogany sides, sunburst.
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1958 Gibson 1958 Gibson L-48 Pickguard

Crack-free Gibson Pickguard from 1958 for your L-48. Comes with original spacer and screw. Looks fantastic. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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Gibson L-48

1951-60 Gibson L-48 hangtag with original price ticket. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1959 Gibson L-48

This is in exceptional condition Gibson L-48 Brazilian fingerboard and bridge Laminated construction extremely well taken care of
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1952 Gibson L-48

For all you players who'd love to have a real nice archtop acoustic, just like folks did in the 1940s and 50s, here's your great opportunity. The L-48 was Gibson's foray into the market for those who wanted an L-5 but couldn't afford it, and they are beautifully built. Laminated American maple all around and a genuine mahogany neck with high-quality rosewood fingerboard is what it's all about....
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1939 Kalamazoo KG-32

For your consideration Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1939 Kalamazoo KG-32 finished in Sunburst This is beautiful looking and sounding arch top guitar. It has the Gibson throaty midrange bark. This is a 16 inch arch top with a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. The neck is perfectly straight, and the frets are recently polished and leveled. Plays well, with superb intonation. The guitar is...
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1967 Epiphone Triumph - Model A412

This model was made by Gibson - Kalamazoo, MI from about 1957 to 1970 and is the equivilent to the Gibson model L-7C. It is an acoustic cannon that is extremely easy to play with great action on an arrow straight neck. The only thing keeping this guitar from being in near mint condition is lots of lacquer checking underneath the pick guard and in the cutaway area - which is common among older...
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1936 Kalamazoo KTG-11 Tenor

The Kalamazoo brand of musical instruments was marketed as “The World’s Greatest Value,” with the quality of Gibson's manufacturing at Great Depression era prices. Most of the Kalamazoo instruments were less than half the price of their Gibson cousins. The Kalamazoo Guitar or model "KG" was introduced in 1933 and later renamed the KG-11. So were the Kalamazoo Tenor Guitar (later called the...
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