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1990 Greco SG Standard '65 Reissue Mint Collection Guitar Japan Fujigen

$899.99
Up for sale, a 1990 Greco SG Standard, model SS65-P2 in exceptional condition and in perfect working order. Part of Greco's famed "Mint Collection," this guitar was manufactured in Japan's Fujigen factory and includes all of the tiny details that made these Grecos such stiff competition for their American counterparts. Falling under the colloquial umbrella of the "lawsuit era," this Greco...
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1918 Gibson Style 0

$6,999
Here is a museum quality 1918 Gibson Style O built in Kalamazoo Michigan by the Gibson-Mandolin Guitar Co. The sunburst archtop acoustic guitar has a single pointed cutaway on the treble side of the instrument with an elegant carved scroll on the upper bass bout. Single ply ivoroid binding adorns the top, back, peghead, neck, and the soundhole. Orville Gibson is frequently credited as the first...
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1994 Gibson ES-355 TDSV Stop Tail, Centennial Edition

$8,500
1994 Gibson Centennial Anniversary Limited Edition ES-355 1994 Gibson ES-355 TDSV Stop Tail, Centennial Edition This Centennial ES-355 is [number 8] of the 100 guitars made in 1994 to commemorate Gibson's 100-year anniversary. This amazing guitar weighs 9.60 lbs., and has a laminated maple body with a maple central block. The body is multi-bound on the top (seven-ply) and the back (three-ply)....
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1905 Luigi Mozzani -

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Retrofret Stock # 5933. Luigi Mozzani Lyre Harp Guitar, c. 1905, made in Italy, serial # 111, varnish finish, poplar back and sides, spruce top; ebony neck, black hard shell case. This unique guitar has an unparalleled history, having been the personal property and played by both its creator Luigi Mozzani and his greatest pupil/successor, Mario Maccaferri. Mozzani's creations -including this...
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1930 Gibson L-4

$1,990.92
The Gibson L4 archtop guitar appeared in 1912, as one of Orville Gibson's innovations - combining violin technology with guitar design. In 1928, the oval soundhole was replaced by a round hole, and this was used until 1934. For the 1935 model, F-holes appeared. This marked the end of the use of round holes on arched top guitars. The rather faded label designates the model as a Gibson L4, but...
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1956 Gibson GA-40

$2,200
1956 Gibson GA-40, 'Les Paul Model' super clean example in salt-maroon covering. Some excerpts from the '56 Gibson catalog: "Powerful 7 tube chassis, 14 to 16 watt output, 12 inch Jensen Speaker with Alnico number 5 magnets, colorful dark grille of woven saran, a wide range of effects is possible with built in tremolo regulated by separate intensity and frequency controls" Handle replaced...
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