Gibson

1967 Gibson B25-12 Conversion  –  £1499

1967 Gibson B25-12 Conversion – £1499

NEW ARRIVAL  This is a real one off - a Gibson B25-12 that’s been converted to a 6 string. The guitar is an original ’67 B25-12, with a changed bridge to accommodate 6 strings, and a spliced 6 string Gibson headstock. So the neck balance feels just right, it just has...

2004 Gibson 1934 Original Jumbo  –  £2849

2004 Gibson 1934 Original Jumbo – £2849

NEW ARRIVAL  I have found over the years that production run Gibson acoustics can be hit and miss.....but the small batch acoustic runs are built by the masters at Gibson Montana and are much more likely to be great guitars. This slope shoulder guitar is an excellent...

1967 Gibson LG0 –  £1299

1967 Gibson LG0 – £1299

NEW ARRIVAL  Gibson’s LG0 is the lesser known cousin of the LG1 - a 00 sized, ladder braced acoustic, but with a Mahogany top rather than Spruce. The tone is smoother and warmer than an LG1, and what it lacks in attack it makes up for in sustain. The guitar works...

1996 Gibson Hummingbird Montana Special  –  £1999

1996 Gibson Hummingbird Montana Special – £1999

SOLD  The Hummingbird is one of Gibson’s most iconic acoustic guitars, and visually it has to be my favourite model. The beautifully faded Cherry sunburst finish blending into an amber centre, contrasting beautifully with the unmistakable Hummingbird pickguard, and...

1966 Gibson B25-12  –  £1399

1966 Gibson B25-12 – £1399

NEW ARRIVAL  This 1966 Gibson B25-12 is one of the few examples where a small bodied guitar makes a great 12 string - the Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides give the guitar and bright, punchy, room filling tone. It sounds much better than most B25-12's I've...

1949 Gibson L50  –  £1999

1949 Gibson L50 – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  This is a stunning example of a 40's Gibson archtop, in one of the most vivid tobacco sunbursts I’ve seen. The bound neck with Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard and trapezoid inlays make it one of the most distinctive looking archtops Gibson made. The tone...

1938 Kalamazoo KG14  –  £1849

1938 Kalamazoo KG14 – £1849

NEW ARRIVAL  There are few acoustic guitars more wrapped up in music history than the Kalamazoo KG14. It's the model that Robert Johnson played in his first studio session in November 1936 before getting arrested for a bar room brawl and losing his guitar. When he...

1937 Epiphone Olympic  –  £1749

1937 Epiphone Olympic – £1749

NEW ARRIVAL  This guitar is from Epiphone’s golden archtop age, when the company was still based in New York before they were bought by Gibson in 1957. 30’s and 40’s Epiphone archtops have long been considered among the best of their kind, and the Epiphone Olympic is...

1964 Gibson LG0 –  £1299

1964 Gibson LG0 – £1299

NEW ARRIVAL  Gibson’s LG0 is an all Mahogany 00 sized, ladder braced acoustic, similar to the better known LG1 but without the Spruce top. The tone is still dry and woody, but a little smoother sounding, with less attack but more sustain. The guitar is ideal for...

1966 Gibson LG1  –  £1849

1966 Gibson LG1 – £1849

SOLD  This 1966 Gibson LG1 is a great example of an affordable 60’s Gibson, with authentic tone that no modern guitar can come close to. Visually it’s just what you’d want from a 60’s Gibson, a vivid cherry sunburst and striking pickguard. Tonally it’s bright and...