• 1982 Gibson ES-335 "Sunburst"
    This is the 1st year for the Dot neck reissue 335's and this one has it all. The flame on this one is phenomenal and it features a beautiful sunburst finish, rosewood board with "dot" inlays, stop tail piece, ABR-1 bridge, and a pair of fantastic sounding Humbuckers. With a comfortable '59 neck profile and great-sounding pickups, this guitar is a total winner. EXC w/HSC $2995    
  • 1979 Gibson ES-175 CC "Sunburst"
    Made for a short run in the late 70's, these ES-175 CC are virtually identical to a standard ES-175 but with the additional remake of the original rare Charlie Christian pickup. Only made for two years, these models are hardly ever seen for sale. With standard ES-175 features like split-parollelgram inlays, trapeze tail piece with floating bridge, and a single sharp cutaway body, this is certainly one of the highest end Gibson electrics available at the time. This guitar is a fantastic player and has a great, warm sound. Includes the original hardshell Gibson case with "goldenrod" interior. EXC w/OHSC $3,500
  • 1967 Gibson Trini Lopez "Black"
    This is a very Rare example of a Trini Lopez in Custom Color "Black". With standard Trini Lopez features like "Diamond" shaped "F" holes, split diamond inlays, Firebird non-reverse headstock, and "Trini Lopez" badge tail piece, this is one of the coolest looking guitars we've seen lately. With a pair of Patent Number pickups and semi-hollow maple body, this guitar sounds every bit as good as it looks especially with the yellowed Binding on the Black body. Gibson Custom Color semi-hollows are almost never seen, especially in a black finish, and to find one that plays and sounds this good is almost unheard of. EXC w/OHSC $18,5o0.
  • 1972 Gibson Les Paul Recording "Walnut"
    Les Paul’s personal favorite guitar, the Les Paul Recording, is a truly versatile instrument. Just like the name implies, this was made to be a guitar used in the studio to record with. The two low impedance pickups were designed to run direct into a recording console. Not to be used strictly in the studio, there is a switch to get a high impedance out of the pickups so it can be used live, into an amp. These guitars have become very sought after and are still a very useful studio tool! EXC W/OHSC $3200    
  • 1967 Gibson ES-345 "Sunburst"
    This early 1967 ES-345 is a perfect "player's" guitar. The original "patent number" pickups and stereo wiring, along with the original Varitone switch provide a variety of great tones, and the neck is a comfortable, large-profile. The guitar also features all gold hardware, split parallelogram inlays, and a beautiful "Sunburst" finish. The original trapeze tailpiece was replaced by a wrap-around bridge, similar to the one found on Buzz Fieten's guitar during his performance at Woodstock with the Butterfield Blues Band. A fantastic playing and sounding guitar! EXC w/OHSC $6,500
  • 1953 Gibson Les Paul Standard "Goldtop"
    This is a great playing, early Les Paul! This 1953 "Gold top" example has been upgraded to the "Mojo Tone" tail piece, which increases the break angle of strings, hugely improving the playability. The guitar also features the original, screaming P90 "Soapbar" pickups, early "No-line" Kluson tuners, mahogany body with a beautifully carved maple top, dark rosewood fingerboard, and a perfect, medium-sized 50's profile neck. A great playing guitar and an early example the Les Paul Standard. EXC w/HSC $20,500
  • 1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior "Cherry"
    Another addition to our current collection of Les Paul Juniors, is this '59 double cut. This features a very comfortable and full C shape neck, light weight and resonant body, a punchy and meaty P90, and a cherry finish. These late 50's Juniors are very sought after and for good reason. A simple slab body design with a huge sound! This one is a total winner. EXC W/HSC $5995    
  • 1953 Gibson Les Paul Standard "Gold Top"
    A killer example of an early Les Paul! This original 1953 "Gold Top" features the perfect neck angle, with low action, a great playing 50's profile neck, a pair of fantastic sounding P90 pickups, and a dark Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. These early 50's Les Pauls have become harder to find, especially in this condition. This guitar includes the original brown Lifton case. If you're looking for an early trapeze tailpiece Gold Top, you won't find a better one for sale! EXC w/ OHSC $21,500
  • 1964 Gibson ES-335 TDC "Cherry"
    1964 ES-335's are some of the best playing and sounding ES guitars, and this example is certainly no exception. This guitar features a great playing '64 neck profile and two patent number humbucker pickups, as well as a deep "Cherry" finish, block inlays, and Maestro tailpiece. To make this guitar even more special, it is only two serial numbers away from the famous 1964 ES-335 used throughout Eric Clapton's career. A phenomenal guitar made on the same day as one of the most famous ES-335s in rock n' roll. EXC w/OHSC $17,500
  • 1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior "Cherry"
    This all-original, 1958 Les Paul Junior double cut model is a very early example. It features a rare 4-digit serial number, comfortable '58 profile neck, lightweight and resonant body, tortoiseshell pickguard, and a screaming "dogear" P90 pickup, and includes the original alligator chipboard case. A killer playing and sounding Jr. EXC w/OSSC $6,700
  • 1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom "Black"
    A great example of a late 60's Les Paul Custom with early features. Les Paul guitars were discontinued after 1961 and reintroduced in 1968. These late 60's Les Pauls are highly sought after and have become hard to find.  This early '69 Custom was professionally refinished in Nitrocellulose lacquer but is otherwise original. This guitar features a pair of original "Patent Sticker" pickups, a great playing one-piece mahogany neck with a beautiful ebony fingerboard and "transitional" neck tenon length, one piece body with an ABR-1 bridge and stop tail piece, "waffle back" tuners, and "Witch hat" knobs. This is a fantastic sounding vintage Les Paul Custom! VG w/OHSC $8,650  
  • 1960 Gibson Les Paul Junior "Cherry"
    This is a lightweight and great playing 1960 Les Paul Jr. with  all '59 specs. This all original example features a large profile neck with a perfect 1959 shape and dark Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. Also features a thin double-cut body with a tortoise shell pickguard, wrap tail piece, and a screaming P90 pickup that make this guitar a raunchy, rock n' roll machine. EXC w/HSC $6,500
  • 1967 Gibson ES-335 "Sparkling Burgundy"
    An incredible sounding late 60's ES-335, this guitar features a rare and beautiful "Sparkling Burgundy" finish, original "Patent Number" Humbucking pickups, "witch hat" knobs, block inlays, and "double ring" Kluson tuners. A professional refret and perfect neck profile make this a great playing guitar. This is a killer, vintage ES-335 with a great look. A total winner! EXC w/OHSC $7,500
  • 1963 Gibson ES-335 "Sunburst"
    One of the cleanest ES guitars we've had, this 1963 is maybe the perfect ES-335. With a factory Bigsby Tremolo, "Custom Made" plaque, two "Patent Number" Humbucking pickups, and the perfect 1963 neck profile, this guitar is an incredible playing and sounding guitar. If you're looking for a clean ES-335 that sounds incredible, this is it! EXC w/OHSC $18,500
  • 1961 Gibson ES-345 "Cherry"
    One of the coolest ES guitars we've had in a while. This early 1961 ES-345 features the earlier "Watermelon" style transparent finish with a beautiful "burled" grain pattern throughout, possibly the result of using a leftover 1960 body.  This guitar has two gold "PAF" humbucking pickups with original Stereo wiring and Gibson "Varitone" circuit for variety of killer tones. The neck is a comfortable, slim profile with a Brazilian rosewood board and split parallelogram inlays and it  comes in a brown Lifton hardshell case. You won't find a cleaner, better sounding ES-345! EXC w/OHSC $21,500
  • 1995 Gibson ES-335 "Cherry"
    These mid 90's Gibsons are sought after for a reason! This 335 is fantastic. It has a semi thin, but still very comfortable neck, Grover tuners, two screaming pickups and a nicely flamed top. It has been kept in very good condition and it ready to be played! EXC W/OHSC $2995    
  • 1961 Gibson Les Paul/SG Custom "White"
    This is it; the top-of-the-line Gibson SG model! This early 1961 Les Paul Custom is the first of it's kind in the new "SG" body style and comes to us from the original owner. It features all gold hardware, three phenomenal "Patent Applied For" Humbucking pickups, ebony fingerboard with block inlays, side-pull vibrato unit, great playing neck, and beautiful White finish. The range of sounds can go from delicate, out-of-phase sounds in the middle position, to biting and mean in the bridge position. An incredible guitar in fantastic condition; if you're looking of ultimate SG, look no further! EXC w/OHSC $21,000
  • 1967 Gibson Melody Maker SG "Pelham Blue"
    This clean example of a late-60s, SG style Melody Maker is in a rare, "Pelham Blue" finish. It has a comfortable neck with rosewood fingerboard, two single coil pickups, Gibson "reflector" knobs, and a "Maestro" tremolo tailpiece. A great playing, all-original guitar in one of the coolest Gibson finishes. EXC w/OSC $3,200
  • 1975 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe "Blue Sparkle"
    Part of a limited run of  "Sparkle" finish Les Paul Deluxe Models done in the mid-70s, this example features the rare "Blue Sparkle" finish, seen even less often than the "Red Sparkle". This guitar has had a professional headstock repair, but is otherwise all original. It features a pair of "Mini-humbucker" pickups that really nail the 70s-era Pete Townshend tones. A great player's Les Paul in a beautiful and rare finish. VG w/OHSC $3,750
  • 1967 Gibson ES-335 12 "Cherry"
    A great playing 12 string, this ES-335 features a beautiful cherry finish, two Humbucking pickups, and a comfortable neck profile. This example is all original and sounds fantastic. These don't often come up for sale. EXC w/OHSC $3,750