1965 Gibson B25 3/4 – £1849

Jan 1, 2021 | Gibson

1965 Gibson B25 3/4 – £1849

NEW ARRIVAL  This is a great example of a very hard to find model only made between 1962 and 1968, replacing the LG2 3/4 which was famously played by Arlo Guthry. As a 3/4 size guitar it doesn’t have a huge bass response, but this allows the guitar to excel around the mid and treble ranges, and it has enough bark to really punch out those bluesy solos. It’s in good, all original condition for a 55 year old guitar, with a repaired hairline crack on each shoulder. The guitar records very well, particularly when close mic’d, as there are no unwanted bass overtones, and has a fantastic vintage vibe. This would also make the ultimate travel guitar. It comes in it’s very desirable original croc hard case.

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