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~1949 Gibson L-5c

$12,000
1949 Gibson L-5c Sunburst, Excellent, Original Hard, $12,000.00. If you have any trouble reaching me, please email directly to southworthguitar@aol.com for immediate service. Thanks!
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1949 Gibson L-7CN

$6,795
The blonde version of Gibson's most popular professional size archtop, the L-7CN was produced only between 1949 and 1959, and is dimensionally identical to the costly L-5C. Gibson never produced more than a few dozen specimens in natural finish in any production year, and blonde guitars constitute only about one in five examples. This guitar is one of only 33 L-7CN guitars made in the first year...
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1997 Gibson Wes Montgomery L5

$15,000
A TERRIFIC PACKAGE!!! The prototype for the very limited (25) edition of Wes' favorite L5C with the heart inlay on the top; this prototype was hand-crafted directly from Wes' original guitar which Gibson restored in 1996, and very accurate in every detail; original hard leather-covered case and original vintage Gibson canvas case cover; second original Lifton brown hard case; original 1965...
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1989 Gibson L-5CES

$6,895
The electric version of the L-5C, the L-5CES was introduced in 1951, and has been Gibson's top-line electric guitar ever since. A favorite of pro players from George Barnes to Herb Ellis and Wes Montgomery, the L-5CES is built with solid carved tonewood throughout, all gold hardware, deluxe multi-ply binding, and twin humbucking pickups since 1957. This example is in excellent condition, 100%...
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1992 Gibson Super V CES

$6,495
Introduced in 1978, Gibson's Super V CES was a premium grade archtop that combined a number of Gibson' best loved designs. The Super V offered Super 400 styling on the more manageable 17" body of the L-5C, along with the solid carved body, long scale, parallel bracing, and all gold hardware. Unavailable since 1993, this rare premium model has developed an insider's following in the years...
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1992 Gibson L-5CES, Steve Miller Collection

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The electric version of the L-5C, the L-5CES was introduced in 1951, and has been Gibson's top-line electric guitar ever since. A favorite of pro players from George Barnes to Herb Ellis and Wes Montgomery, the L-5CES is built with solid carved tonewood throughout, all gold hardware, deluxe multi-ply binding, and twin humbucking pickups since 1957. This gleaming example is from the personal...
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~1962 Gibson L-5CTN, 'Lonesome George'

$29,495
'Lonesome George' Gobel began his career as a child cowboy singer on the National Barn Dance on Chicago's WLS radio. Turning to comedy after the war, Gobel became a national celebrity in the '50s, hosting a popular variety show on NBC-TV. Though featured with his Super 400, the diminutive entertainer was dwarfed by its massive body, and asked Gibson for a custom instrument better suited to his...
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1959 Epiphone Broadway E-252

$3,495
From the first year of Gibson production, this pristine 1959 Epiphone Broadway is one of just 68 examples built in its debut year. In stunning museum quality condition, the guitar shows a number of unique features unseen on later models, evidence that at least some New York Epi hardware survived the transition to Gibson's Kalamazoo factory. In particular, this guitar is fitted with the older...
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