• 1961 Gibson Les Paul SG "Cherry"
    This is a great example of an early 1961 Gigson SG/LP Standard! Featuring 2-incredible sounding P.A.F. pickups, a slimmer profile neck that is setup to play perfectly! Also included is the Original Rare Gibson Brown hard shell case! EXC w/OHSC $17,200
  • 1972 Gibson ES-345 "Cherry"
    A great example of an early 70's ES-345, this guitar features the "embossed Gibson Logo" T-top pickups. Similar to guitars used by the likes of Chuck Berry, B.B. and Freddie King, the original Stereo Wiring and "Varitone" switch allow for a wide variety of killer tones.  A great player in a beautiful "Cherry" finish. EXC w/OHSC $4,250
  • 1969 Gibson ES345
    This is a great example of a "transitional" ES-345. The great playing neck has a small volute, but this guitar pre-dates the later "Made in USA" Stamp found on 1970 models, and the guitar has the earlier orange Gibson label. The pair of "T-top" humbuckers, stereo wiring, and "Varitone" Switch allow for a huge variety of sounds, which has led to the 345 becoming the preferred guitar of so many blues and rock n' roll legends. EXC w/OHSC $4,250
  • 1965 Gibson ES 355 "Cherry"
    A stunning example of a mid-60s ES-355! This guitar features a rare factory mono circuit, Bigsby tailpiece with "custom-made" plaque, and a beautiful "Cherry finish". The original gold hardware has very little wear, while the ebony fingerboard, block inlays, and split-diamond headstock make this the top-of-the-line thinline model favored by legends such as BB King and Chuck Berry! One of the cleanest 355's available! EXC w/OHSC $10,500.
  • 2015 Gibson Les Paul Vic Dapra "Stick Shift" '59...
    Part of a limited run of aged '59 Les Pauls, this 2015 Vic Dapra model is a reproduction of a factory bigsby equipped "burst". This guitar features a stunning and deeply flamed maple top, aged cherry sunburst finish, and the perfect '59 neck! A lighweight and resonant guitar, this is one of the better sounding R9's we've had. The original pickups are included along with a set of Duncan Custom Shop Bonamassa pickups. The guitar includes a COA signed by Vic himself, as well as a brown "Lifton" style case. If you're looking for a great playing R9 with a distinctive top, this one is hard to beat! EXC w/OHSC $6,750
  • 1956 Gibson Les Paul Jr. "Sunburst"
    An incredible sounding Single-Cut Les Paul Junior! This 1956 model features the perfect neck shape; a soft "V" profile with a professionally re-fretted fingerboard, this is definitely one of the better playing Jr.'s we have. The original "Sunburst" finish is bright and vibrant and the mahogany body is resonant and lively, even when played un-plugged. A previous owner installed a Bigsby tailpiece which is also included. These guitars have become harder to find and are highly sought after for the raunchy tone of the single "dogear" P90 pickup. VG w/HSC $6,000.
  • 1965 Gibson ES-125 CD "Sunburst"
    A rare, full-size body ES-125, this guitar is similar to a p90 equipped ES-175. With a single Florentine cutaway, two incredible sounding "dog ear" P90 pickups, and a great playing neck, this guitar can cover everything from smooth jazz to George Thorogood style blues, rockabilly, and all things between! A newer set of Gibson Kluson-style tuners was added and the guitar includes a hardshell case. EXC w/HSC $2,995
  • 1954 Gibson Les Paul "Gold Top"
    A truly killer sounding 1954 "Gold top" Les Paul! This guitar had a Bigby installed by a previous owner and was professionally re-fretted but is otherwise all original and includes a brown Lifton case. It features a pair of incredible "Soap bar" P90 pickups, a lightweight and resonant mahogany body with a maple cap, and the perfect '50s "Soft V" neck profile. The distinctive decal on the front of the guitar was added by the original owner and commemorates a 1959 4th of July Celebration in Washington DC. An extraordinary Les Paul with a remarkable history and the great sound only a vintage Les Paul can deliver! EXC $26,500.
  • 1958 Gibson ES-335 "Sunburst'
    One of the best playing early "Dot Neck" ES-335 guitars we've ever had, this incredible 1958/early '59 ES-335 has been used on countless recording sessions in Nashville. This guitar features the later and more desirable 1958 neck angle with binding, a comfortable '59 neck profile, and pearl "dot" inlays. It includes the original stop tail piece as well as a Bigsby tremolo added early on in the guitar's life. With a pair of "PAF" humbucking pickups this guitar is a perfect example of why this is considered the "Golden Age" of Gibson electrics. The guitar also features an original "Long" pickguard and brown Lifton case. These are some of the best sounding electric guitars available! EXC w/OHSC $29,995.
  • 1959 Gibson Les Paul Jr. "Cherry"
    An extraordinarily clean double-cut junior, this 1959 Les Paul Jr. has the perfect '59 neck! The lightweight mahogany body is extremely resonant and the "dog ear" p90 can go from sweet to screaming with a turn of the volume knob. The beautiful cherry finish is complimented by a dark Brazilian Rosewood board, and the guitar includes a newer Gibson hardshell case. EXC w/HSC $6,200.
  • 1959 Gibson Les Paul TV Special "TV Yellow"
    This exceptionally clean 1959 Les Paul TV Special was purchased from the original owner before finding it's way to Rumble Seat Music. The original "TV Yellow" finish is strong and unfaded, and the pair of original "Soapbar" P90 pickups are loud and aggressive; perfect for fans of guitar players like Johnny Thunders, Leslie West, and Keith Richards to name a few! The perfect '59 neck profile makes this one of the best playing Specials we have, and the guitar includes the original upgraded brown Lifton hardshell case. These hardly come up for sale in this condition, especially with a brown case. EXC w/OHSC $14,500.
  • 1968 Gibson SG Jr. "Cherry"
    One of the cleanest late-60's Junior's we've seen! This 1968 model features a great playing medium profile neck with plenty of fret life, a lightweight and resonant mahogany body, and a single "soap bar" p90 pickup; perfect for the Pete Townshend "Live at Leeds" era tone! EXC w/OSC $2,995
  • 1969 Gibson SG Jr. "Cherry"
    Another stunning example of a late 60's SG Jr., this 1969 model features the perfect neck, lightweight mahogany body with a distinctive grain pattern on the back, and a screaming "Soapbar" p90 pickup that can cover some or rock's most legendary tones from players like Townshend and Iommi. EXC w/HSC $3,000
  • 1965 Gibson SG Jr. "White"
    These are such great playing and sounding single P-90 pickup Gibson guitars, and in this great looking Polaris White color make it the perfect playing and sounding affordable 1960's Gibson guitar that has the perfect neck profile! EXC wHSC  $4,500
  • 1966 Gibson Firebird III "Polaris White"
    This rare "Polaris White" Non-Reverse body Firebird III was part of  Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick's personal collection! With three screaming "Soap-bar" p90 pickups, great playing mid-60's neck and the original Maesetro vibrato tailpiece this is a fantastic sounding guitar with a rare finish. EXC w/HSC $7,500.
  • 2009 Gibson Les Paul Special Edition 50th Anniversary 1959...
    Part of a limited run of 50th anniversary 1959 reissue Les Pauls, this incredible guitar is based on an original 1959 now owned by Vic DaPra. The finish is a gorgeous "bourbon fade" sunburst and the guitar features a stunning flamed maple top. The 50th anniversary edition Custom Shop Les Paul's feature an updated top carve, revised pickguard shape, and non-wire bridge making them more faithful reissues than the previous editions. This like-new guitar was part of a collection and has seen little use. It includes all the original paperwork and "Case Candy". EXC w/OHSC $4,500.
  • 1957 Gibson Les Paul Special "TV Yellow"
    A fantastic playing Les Paul TV Special, this 1957 example was previously owned by Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick. It is lightweight and extremely resonant, and the pair of original "Soap Bar" P90's are balanced and raunchy, perfect for covering the rock n' roll sounds that made this guitar famous in the hands of players like Johnny Thunders. The guitar features a beautiful and strong "TV Yellow" finish, wrap tailpiece, and the original Alligator "chipboard" case. EXC w/OSC $10,200
  • 1955 Gibson Les Paul TV Junior "TV Yellow"
    One of the cleanest TV model Juniors we've ever seen! This immaculate example is extremely light weight and features the perfect large profile mid-50's neck. With all of the aggressive tone these 50's "dog ear" p90  guitars are known for, this is a perfect Junior for collectors and players alike. EXC w/OSC $12,000.
  • 1957 Gibson Les Paul Custom "Black"
    We purchased this guitar nearly 20 years ago from the original owner and it immediately sold to a private collection. We are happy to have the guitar back after all these years! The guitar's original owner installed a Bigsby tailpiece included with the guitar for a while but eventually returned it to the factory "stoptail". This is a very early 1957 Les Paul Custom "Black Beauty" that includes all the original paperwork and hangtags as well as the "goldenrod" interior hardshell case. The original "PAF" humbucker pickups sound incredible and offer a wide array of tonal options, and the perfect '57 neck profile makes this guitar a real pleasure to play. An incredible example of a 50's Les Paul Custom! EXC w/OHSC $59,000.
  • 1960 Gibson ES-330 "Sunburst"
    This incredibly clean "dot-neck" ES-330 is one of the best sounding examples we've had! With a pair of black "dog-ear" P-90 pickups, nickel parts, "reflector" control knobs, and a long pickguard, this has all the early features. A stunning and extremely resonant guitar, this is one of the best ES-330's available for sale! EXC w/HSC $7,500.