• 1965 Gibson SG Standard "Cherry"
    This is a transitional 1965 SG with the desirable early '64 features. The neck is the perfect mid-60's medium profile with the earlier body joint, and the guitar includes the earlier "small" pickguard. The original "Patent Number" humbucking pickups are very responsive to the tone and volume controls and sound great in any position. The guitar also includes a Maestro "Lyre" tailpiece, ABR-1 bridge, and "double ring" Kluson tuners. EXC w/OHSC $12,500
  • 1956 Gibson Les Paul Junior "TV Yellow"
    An incredible sounding TV Junior, this 1956 model was owned and used by Nelson. It has had a professional headstock repair, new frets, and a Faber tailpiece, but the original is included as well. The "Dog Ear" p90 pickup in this guitar is especially aggressive, perfect for fans of the classic Leslie West Mountain guitar tone. The guitar also has a "soft V" '56 profile neck that plays perfectly. If you're looking for an amazing sounding, player-grade TV Yellow Les Paul Jr., it doesn't get any better! VG w/HSC $7,995
  • 1961 Gibson Les Paul (SG) Junior "Cherry"
    A transitional example of the first year of the "SG" body style, this 1961 Les Paul Jr. still features a "Les Paul" silkscreened headstock. With a great playing fast '61 neck profile, lightweight mahogany body, and a screaming "dog ear" p90 pickup, this is an aggressive sounding rock n' roll guitar! This instrument was owned and used by Keith Nelson of Buckcherry and includes the original alligator chipboard case. EXC w/OSC $3,995
  • 2015 Gibson Les Paul Collector's Choice #34 "Blackburst"
    This a limited edition Gibson Custom Shop "Collector's Choice" recreation of the famous "Blackburst" 1960 Les Paul now owned by Joe Bonamassa. The original guitar was custom ordered in 1960 because the owner could not afford a Les Paul Custom but wanted the striking black finish found on those models. Gibson simply painted a black anodyne dye on top of an existing Sunburst Standard model. This re-issue follows the same process, starting with a standard "Sunburst" finish over which a black finish is applied. The guitar includes the original paperwork and case candy, including photos of the guitar prior to the black finish being applied. In addition to a great playing and sounding guitar with plenty of extras, this example has been signed by Joe Bonamassa; care taker of the guitar on which this is based. EXC w/OHSC $5,500
  • 1956 Gibson ES-175 "Blonde"
    A beautiful 1956 ES-175, this rare "Blonde" model comes from the personal collection of Keith Nelson. With a beautifully figured maple back and sides, a pair of "Dog Ear" P90 pickups, "Double Ring" Kluson tuners and a nickel "Trapeze" tail piece, this hollowbody looks as good as it sounds. The perfect '56 neck profile features a soft V and plays great all the way up the fingerboard. The guitar also includes a Brown Lifton case. If you're looking for a clean, mid-50's ES-175, it doesn't get any better than this! EXC w/OHSC $6,250
  • Gibson Les Paul/ The Painted Player Neil Young "Old...
    This faithful recreation of the famous "Old Black" Les Paul used by Neil Young comes from the personal collection of renowned producer and guitarist John Shanks. It started life as a Gibson USA "Goldtop" and was modified by the UK's Painted Player Guitar Co. with a Gibson Firebird pickup in the bridge position, Sprauge "orange drop" capacitors, phase switch, Schaller tuners, and a Bigsby tremolo tail piece. It was also refinished and aged to closely resemble Neil's famous guitar. This instruments includes a stenciled Gibson hard case, as well as a Certificate of Authenticity from TPP. A great guitar for fans of Neil Young and his trusted Les Paul "Old Black". EXC w/OHSC $4,000
  • 1952 Gibson Consolette "Korina"
    A very rare example of a Gibson Korina double neck "Consolette" steel guitar. This guitar features two unique 8 pole piece P90 pickups, as well as the same plastic found on the later Explorer, Flying V and Les Paul models, and includes a Brown Lifton case. We've never seen another like it for sale; a must have for collectors of steel guitars and fans of Korina instruments. EXC w/OHSC $2,500
  • 2017 Gibson Custom Shop '58 Explorer "TV White"
    A faithful reissue of the legendary 1958 Gibson Explorer, this like-new exampe from the Gibson Custom Shop features a limited "TV White" finish. The lightweight mahogany body is extremely resonant, and the large profile '58 spec neck is set up to play beautifully. The guitar includes the original Custom Shop case, as well as all the original hang tags and "Case Candy". EXC w/OHSC $3,995
  • 1959 Gibson Les Paul Junior "TV Yellow"
    This is the best year and color for Gibson's T.V. Yellow Les Paul Jr's! It features that great looking Banana yellow color, Tortoise shell pickguard, screaming P-90 pickup and that 59'bigger profile neck. They were used by many players and especially know for and played by Johnny Thunders and Keith Richards. It doesn't get much better than this T.V. Jr! Also comes with the original Gibson soft shell case. EXC w/OSSC $12,900
  • 1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom "Black"
    This guitar was sold at Rumble Seat Music several years ago and we are proud to offer it for sale again! A fantastic 1969 Les Paul Custom with desirable, early features. The lightweight mahogany body with maple top is extremely resonant, while the "no-volute" neck is the perfect mid-60's profile with the wider 1 11/16" nut, and with original "T-Top" patent number sticker pickups this is a truly incredible sounding Les Paul Custom. The guitar was professionally refretted and plays like a dream. EXC w/OHSC $12,200
  • 1973 Gibson ES-335 "Sunburst"
    A remarkably clean, one-owner ES-335, this 1973 model was used by a professional player and sideman to legends like Bill Withers and Grover Washington. It features a vibrant "Sunburst" finish, fantastic playing neck with 1 11/16" nut width, "double ring" Kluson tuners, "witch hat" knobs, and two original "T-Top" patent number pickups that deliver the classic Gibson semi-hollow tone for which these are known. If you're looking for a pristine example of an early 70's ES-335, this is one of the best available. EXC w/OHSC $3,500
  • 1988 ES-175 "Sunburst"
    Just purchased from the original owner, this beautiful 1988 ES-175 is in "like new" condition. The previous owner was a professional player and sideman to legends like Bill Withers and Grover Washington. The one-piece mahogany neck is the perfect, great playing '58 profile and the original Gibson Humbucking pickups make this a killer sounding guitar in rock or jazz settings. EXC w/HSC $2,995
  • 1954 Gibson EM-150 "Sunburst"
    One of the coolest electric mandolin models, this rare 1954 EM-150 features an incredible sounding P90 pickup. This is a great playing example with a stunning flamed maple back, and the original 4 pole piece P90 pickup is fully functional, making this a phenomenal sounding mandolin both acoustically or plugged in. Also included is the original Gibson hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $1,800
  • 1976 Gibson Explorer "Natural"
    Part of a limited run of Explorers Gibson made in 1976 and 77, this "Bicentennial" model is one of the first Explorers available since the original '50s Korina models. This is the guitar famously used by U2's The Edge but can be found on stages everywhere, including with Ricky Meldocke of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Blackfoot. The original "T-Top" Gibson Humbuckers sound great with the lightweight mahogany body, and the comfortable '59 neck profile make this an exceptionally great playing example. These have become very hard to find in recent years. EXC W/HSC $5,700
  • 1981 Gibson ES-335 Dot Reissue "Cherry"
    This is an early "Dot Reissue" ES-335 from the first year. Made in Kalamazoo, these guitars are highly sought after and have become a lot harder to find. With original Tim Shaw "PAF" style Humbucking pickups, a strong cherry finish, dot inlayed rosewood board, and 50's style body, these are some of the best sounding ES-335s available. EXC w/HSC $3,250
  • 1958 Gibson Ultratone "White"
    A stunningly clean example of one of the coolest Gibson Lap Steels produced, this 1958 Ultratone comes form the personal collection of Joe Bonamassa. It features both original bakelite covers with floral patterns, as well as an original Gibson "PAF" humbucker with "M-69" ring, and 3 late '50s Gibson "Top Hat" knobs. These hardly come up for sale, especially with the original "burst" parts. EXC w/OHSC $9,200
  • 1981 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe "Goldtop"
    This 1981 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe was owned and used by a local Nashville session musician. The guitar features a great-playing maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, a pair of Gibson "Mini Humbucker" pickups, and the original "Goldtop" finish has a beautiful patina. Favored by many players like Pete Townshend and Scott Gorham of Thin Lizzy, the Les Paul Deluxe is a proven rock n' roll guitar! EXC w/HSC $2,850
  • 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
  • 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