• 2010 Gibson Jeff Tweedy '61 SG "Pelham Blue"
    The signature guitar of Wilco Frontman and guitarist Jeff Tweedy, this guitar features a beautiful "Pelham Blue" finish, Gibson "Burstbucker" pickups, and a "Lyre" vibrola tailpiece. With an early '60s neck profile and lightweight mahogany construction, this guitar is extremely comfortable and resonant, while the cream plastic and custom color finish give it an unmistakable style. Whether you're a fan of Tweedy and his genre-defining work with Wilco and Uncle Tupelo or simply looking for a fantastic sounding SG, this model is a perfect choice. EXC w/OHSC $2,500. 
  • 1964 Gibson Melody Maker "Sunburst"
    A very clean example of a single pickup Melody Maker, this 1964 model features the body shape made famous by Eric Carmen of the Raspberries and Joan Jett! A lightweight and resonant mahogany body with the perfect '64 neck profile make this a fantastic playing and sounding instrument, while the double cut design allows for easy access to every fret. The original Sunburst finish is bright and vibrant and the guitar includes an original Maestro vibrato tailpiece. These are an exceptional value for a vintage Gibson and it is rare to find one in this shape. EXC w/OSC $1,500.
  • 1964 Gibson Thunderbird II Bass "Sunburst"
    One of the coolest and best sounding Gibson bass designs, the Thunderbird can be seen on stage with some of our favorite bass players. This first-year example is lightweight and resonant, and extremely versatile. It is not often these come up for sale with no breaks or repairs, making this clean and original example a perfect instrument for player's and collector's alike. The neck-thru design, reverse body and single humbucking pickup make for a unique tone that sits well in any situation. This guitar still features the earlier nickel hardware, and also includes the original Gibson hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $9,000.  
  • 1993 Gibson Les Paul Historic Collection R9 "Sunburst"
    This is a killer example of the first year "Historic Collection" Les Paul! Only the 38th one made, this phenomenal guitar features a beautifully figured flame maple top, '59 shape neck and deep neck joint, as well as a pair of 57 Classic pickups, the original case and hang tags! These first year examples are hard to find and this is definitely one of the cleanest available! EXC w/OHSC $7,000. 
  • 1960 Gibson ES-345 "Cherry" Double Pickguard
    Purchased from the family of the original owner, this one-of-a-kind 1960 ES-345 was custom ordered with two pickguards! Left handed "long" style guards are incredibly rare, making this unique instrument even more rare. Just as we were putting this guitar up for sale, we sold it to our friend Joe Bonamassa who put it to use at home and on the road, but we're proud to make it available again! This guitar also features a pair of phenomenal sounding PAF humbucking pickups and the original brown Lifton case, as well as photos of the original owner and his family. ES-345s from this era are some of the beset sounding electric guitars available, and this is a unique opportunity to own a historical Gibson instrument truly unlike any other. EXC w/OHSC SOLD
  • 1972 Gibson Les Paul '58 (54) "Goldtop"
    One of the best Gibson models to emerge from the early 70's, Despite being named the Les Paul '58, these guitars much more closely resemble the 1954 Les Paul model. With a pair of "Soap bar" p90 pickups, wraparound tail piece, and Goldtop finish, as well as a smaller headstock and large profile neck with no volute, these guitars mark one of the first attempts to return to the 50's style of Les Paul construction. This guitar was owned by a professional musician in Nashville and has seen countless hours of use live and in the studio. A set of Grover tuners has been installed, as well as newer frets, making this an exceptionally great playing and sounding instrument. If you're looking for a fantastic playing vintage Les Paul with no breaks and plenty of vibe, this guitar is a total winner! This guitar also includes a later Gibson "protector" case. VG W/HSC $6,500
  • 2018 Gibson Custom Shop SG w/ Raised Contours "Two-tone...
    One of the great things about the Gibson Custom Shop is their ability to offer extremely limited or one-of-a-kind guitars built by their expert craftsman. This 2018 SG is one such example, and is a rare opportunity to own a guitar that was not previously made available to the public. As a collaboration with Billy F. Gibbons of ZZ Top and Neiman Marcus stores, Gibson built a limited number of unique SG style guitars with Flying V headstocks, '61 style "Side-pull" tremolo arms, two-tone finishes, and most striking, a raised center contour and Texas shaped control cavity. These guitars sold out quickly but 5 extras were built at the custom shop without the Gibbons moniker. Each of these featured a different center color making each one truly unique. These guitars were sold to employees and were not offered to the public. This example is in "like-new" condition and includes the original Gibson hardshell case, as well as the COA. Whether you are a fan of the Rev. Willie G or simply looking for a guitar guaranteed to stand out in any collection, this extremely rare offering from the Gibson Custom Shop is unlike anything else available. EXC w/OHSC $15,500. 
  • 2017 Gibson Custom Shop 1959 Les Paul True Historic...
    This is a truly unique opportunity to own a rare Gibson Custom Shop Prototype! This instrument was made as a prototype for a series that was never released; a True Historic model with the Billy Gibbons top carve. It features a beautifully figured top with the perfect '59 neck profile and a pair of Gibson "Custom Bucker" humbucking pickups that make it a stellar playing and sounding instrument, as well. This guitar was part of an employee sale and not previously available to the public, and includes the original Gibson hardshell case and case candy. Very rarely does a prototype instrument from the Custom Shop appear for sale, making this the perfect addition to any serious collection. EXC w/OHSC $14,500. 
  • 1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom "Black"
    After several years of discontinuation, Gibson brought the Les Paul back in its original body shape in 1968 with both Standard and Custom models. These instruments featured many of the 50's style construction methods and appointments like single piece mahogany bodies and necks with no headstock volute, longer neck tenons, and carved maple tops on both models. This early 1969 Custom still has these earlier features; a transitional neck tenon, single piece body, and a pair of excellent sounding patent number humbucking pickups. The perfect neck profile is very close to an original '59 size and shape while a professional re-fret makes this a truly phenomenal player. These guitars are becoming harder to find and have found favor with anyone looking for the '50s Les Paul sound without the 6 figure price tag. EXC w/OHSC $16,500
  • 2019 Gibson Custom Shop SG Custom Aged "White"
    This 2019 Gibson SG Custom is a perfect example of some of the exceptional guitars being built by the Custom Shop here in Nashville. A like-new example, this guitar was aged by the craftsman at Gibson giving it the look and feel of the vintage examples on which it is based. The early 60's SG Customs are some of the most elegant solidvbody electrics, with the ebony fingerboard, split diamond inlayed bound headstock, gold hardware, White finish, and trio of humbucking pickups, and found favor with players like Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Humble Pie-era Peter Frampton, and even Jimi Hendrix! The reissues offered by the Gibson Custom shop feature the same top-of-the-line appointments, as well as a trio of Gibson Custom Bucker pickups, making these some of the best sounding new guitars available. This guitar includes the original case candy and Custom Shop hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $7,250. 
  • 2020 Gibson Custom Shop '59 ES-355 "Black"
    The 1959 ES-355 was the top-of-the-line ES model at the time, and this Custom Shop model is a faithful reissue in a beautiful "Black" finish! Similar to the guitar used by Keith Richards, the custom color finish perfectly contrasts the gold hardware and tortoise shell pickguard, while the '59 profile neck, stop tailpiece and ABR-1 bridge insure this guitar plays as good as it looks. This guitar was purchased brand new and has not been played, and will include all the original "Case Candy" from the Custom Shop, as well as a certificate of authenticity and original hardshell case. AS New w/OHSC $5,995. 
  • 1960 Gibson ES-330 "Sunburst"
    ES-330 model guitars are some of the most underrated electrics from Gibson's "Golden Era", and this 1960 model is a perfect example. The fully hollow thinline body and single "Dogear" P90 pickup work beautifully together, giving these guitars a range that is equally suited to Jazz, Chicago blues, and all out rock n' roll styles of playing. This guitar has the perfect three-tone Gibson Sunburst finish that is vibrant and unfaded, while the comfortable 1960 neck profile and lightweight make playing this instrument a breeze. This guitar also has all the early ES features like a dot inlayed fingerboard, "long" style pickguard, chrome hardware, and the early body design with symmetrical "Micky Mouse" cutaways. A nearly invisible headstock repair and replaced tailpiece mount make this a perfect choice for a player, as well. VG w/HSC $4,500. 
  • 2007 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul R7 "Goldtop"
    One of the best playing Custom Shop Les Paul's we've had! This 2007 R7 model features the perfect '57 neck shape that has been professionally re-fretted, lightweight mahogany body with an accurately carved maple top, and a dark rosewood fingerboard. The subtle aging done at the Custom Shop make this guitar really is as close as it gets to the real thing. This guitar includes the original COA from Gibson, as well as an aftermarket hardshell case. The Custom Shop in Nashville has been building some of the best Les Pauls in years and this 2007 R7 truly stands out. EXC w/HSC $4,995
  • 2020 Gibson Les Paul R0 60th Anniversary "Sunburst"
        This limited-edition 60th Anniversary model celebrates the iconic 1960 Les Paul Standard, which has shaped music across genres for six decades. The artisans at Gibson Custom Shop have proudly recreated the experience of owning a priceless original thanks to painstaking attention to detail and tireless study of vintage examples, closely following the three distinct versions seen within 1960. Those made in the first third of the year (V1) had the same specs as 1959 models, while the middle third (V2) had thinner neck profiles, different knobs and brighter colors. The final third (V3) featured even thinner neck profiles. Each version is available within this historic limited run of instruments, inspiring players in different ways. Included is a 60th Anniversary switch plate, a commemorative Certificate of Authenticity booklet and a vintage replica hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $6,000.  
  • 1973 Gibson SG Standard "Cherry"
    A great playing and clean example of an early 70's SG Standard, this 1973 model features an original Bigsby Tailpiece, dark "Cherry" finish, and a great playing mahogany neck. Lightweight and resonant, this guitar is a perfect example of a vintage SG at a player-friendly price. EXC w/OHSC $3,500. 
  • 2019 Gibson Custom Shop 1963 SG Custom "White"
    One of the most elegant and distinctive Gibson  solidbody designs, the SG Custom can be seen and heard with such legends as Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Humble Pie era Peter Frampton, and even Jimi Hendrix! This 2019 Custom Shop guitar faithfully and accurately recreates this beautifully ornate model with a "Classic White" finish, ebony fingerboard, block inlays, bound headstock, and a Vibrola tailpiece with gold hardware. The trio of Gibson "Custom Bucker" pickups offer the same versatile array of great tones as the originals, while the fast playing '60s neck profile make this guitar extremely comfortable to play. This guitar was made in Nashville and loaned to the Stax museum in Memphis, and has not been sold until now. It includes an original Custom Shop case and original paperwork. EXC w/OHSC $5,500.
  • 2018 Gibson Memphis Custom Shop '59 ES-335 "Sunburst"
    The Memphis Custom Shop was renowned for their stellar recreations of Gibson's classic ES models, and this one-of-a-kind 2018 "Dot Neck" is certainly one of the better examples we've seen! Equipped from the factory with a B7 Bigsby Tailpiece, this guitar also features the perfect '59 neck profile, "pearl dot" inlays, phenomenal sounding Humbucking pickups, and a brown, Lifton-style hardshell case. This guitar is like-new and has not been sold to the public in the past. A fantastic guitar for anyone looking for a Bigsby ES-335 and a rare opportunity to own a one-off from the now closed Memphis Custom Shop. EXC w/OHSC $6,000. 
  • 1976 Gibson Johnny Smith "Blonde"
    A beautiful archtop electric, this single pickup Johnny Smith model from 1976 features a beautiful blonde finish over a maple back and sides with spruce top, an original warm and articulate humbucking pickup, ebony fingerboard, bound headstock, and the original gold "Johnny Smith" tail piece.  One of the cleanest examples of this model we've seen, this guitar includes an original hardshell case. EXC $8,750. 
  • 1970 Gibson ES-340TD "Blonde"
    A beautiful and early example of the Gibson ES-340 in a stunning "Blonde" finish! Similar in design to a 335 but with a unique wiring system and maple neck, this guitar has a huge array of tonal variations making it a very versatile semi-hollowbody electric. One of the cleanest examples we've seen, this guitar includes an original Gibson hardshell case, as well as the original hang tag. The rare "blonde" finish perfectly compliments the maple body, while the pair of patent number Humbucking pickups can be used in and out of phase with each other, making this the ultimate blues guitar! EXC w/OHSC $4,200
  • 2004 Gibson Custom Shop '57 Les Paul Custom "TV...
    Part of a very limited run of guitars from Gibson's Custom Shop, this 2004 Les Paul Custom model features one of the coolest Gibson finishes, TV Yellow! Though never offered as a finish in 1957 the TV paint job perfectly compliments the mahogany body and top, while the typical Les Paul Custom features like ebony Fingerboard and block inlays and Split Diamond headstock design make this a truly beautiful guitar. With a large profile '50's neck, two humbucking pickups, stop tail and ABR-1 bridge, this guitar plays and sounds as great as it looks. If you're looking for a Custom Shop Les Paul Custom that stands out from the rest, this guitar is a total winner! EXC w/OHSC $4,300