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1956 Epiphone Zephyr Regent  –  £1699

1956 Epiphone Zephyr Regent – £1699

ON HOLD  Introduced in 1950, the Zephyr Regent was Epiphone's most popular electric cutaway guitar. Epi's journeyman 17" instrument, the Zephyr Regent was positioned against its main competitor, the Gibson ES-350. Featuring a deeper cutaway than its Gibson rival, the...

2007 Gibson 1968 J-45 ADJ Reissue Translucent Orange  –  £1799

2007 Gibson 1968 J-45 ADJ Reissue Translucent Orange – £1799

This rare guitar is a very limited edition Gibson Montana Custom Shop built J-45 - a '68 Reissue in a vibrant Translucent Orange finish. This stunning guitar boasts some late '60s inspired features, such as the reverse belly Rosewood bridge, adjustable ceramic saddle,...

1942 Gibson L-0  –  £2499

1942 Gibson L-0 – £2499

Between 1942 and 1945 Gibson made guitars featuring the Banner logo ‘Only A Gibson Is Good Enough’, which are now amongst the most desirable acoustics around. This particular example has been restored by luthier Graham Parker, and it really was a project for him. The...

1993 Gibson J30  –  £999

1993 Gibson J30 – £999

Only available between 1985-1997, the J30 was originally designed to be a budget version of a J45, and is a classic example of the 'workhorse' guitar. The square shouldered dreadnought, with natural finish Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides with distinctive...

1963 Epiphone Frontier  –  £2999

1963 Epiphone Frontier – £2999

SOLD  When Gibson purchased Epiphone in 1957 there was already a line of great flat-top guitars in place. The FT-110 featured Maple back and sides and Gibson gave it the name “Frontier”. They changed the entire body shape to a square shouldered 16 1/4″ wide...

1968 Gibson Hummingbird  –  £2499

1968 Gibson Hummingbird – £2499

A cherry sunburst Hummingbird is probably my favourite Gibson model, and probably the most iconic looking. This example from 1968 is visually stunning - the cherry sunburst is still vivid, and the quilted Mahogany back and sides are quite stunning, plus there’s lots...

1940 Kalamazoo KG14  –  £1349

1940 Kalamazoo KG14 – £1349

SOLD  This is a very unusual example of a Kalamazoo KG14 - a natural finish which is quite a rare find, professionally re-lacquered so it feels like a modern guitar but sounds like a vintage guitar, with a Gibson logo on the headstock. Tonally it's everything you'd...

1930’s Gibson Fascinator  –  £1249

1930’s Gibson Fascinator – £1249

This is a very interesting small-body acoustic guitar from the 1930's.  It has no maker’s mark or serial number, but has all the hallmarks of a Gibson private-branded guitar made in Kalamazoo, MI, USA. There are various clues as to the guitar’s identity, predominantly...