Gibson

1936 Kalamazoo KG21  –  £1349

1936 Kalamazoo KG21 – £1349

Depression era Gibsons, made on a tighter budget and branded Kalamazoos, are one of the best ways to get 30’s Gibson tone without the high price tag. Then there’s the cool factor of having a Gibson made guitar that only those in the know will understand. The KG21 is a...

1966 Gibson LG1  –  £1649

1966 Gibson LG1 – £1649

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 punchy,...

1993 Gibson Gospel –  £1349

1993 Gibson Gospel – £1349

Originally available from 1973 - 1979, the Gospel was reissued from 1992 - 1997 but with different specifications. The 90's Gospels have a more vintage look about them, with a prewar style tortoiseshell pickguard, Kluson tulip tuners, and an antique natural finish....

1936 Gibson L00  –  £3199

1936 Gibson L00 – £3199

SOLD  The L00 is probably Gibson’s best know blues guitar, and to find a 30’s example is becoming quite difficult. This is an old warhorse of a guitar, and has the scars to prove it - three repaired top cracks and a repaired side crack - but it's survived to become...

1962 Gibson J50  –  £2799

1962 Gibson J50 – £2799

SOLD  This is a very unusual example of an early 60’s Gibson dreadnought - the classic slope shouldered shape with a dark honey coloured top, but with double pickguards. There are signs of playwear on both sides of the soundhole, suggesting it’s been owned by a left...

1945 Epiphone Zephyr  –  £1599

1945 Epiphone Zephyr – £1599

The Epiphone Zephyr was in production from 1939 - 1958, and this example is from the first incarnation with a 16 3/8” body, and the pickup placement in the bridge position - by 1947 the body became 17 3/8”, and by 1949 the pickup had been moved to the neck position...

1989 Heritage Eagle  –  £1499

1989 Heritage Eagle – £1499

Heritage is the company that formed when Gibson moved factories from Kalamazoo, Michigan to Nashville, Tennessee in September 1984, by three senior employees who chose not to move. These men bought the original Kalamazoo factory plus much of the machinery. Each man...

1964 Gibson C-0  –  £799

1964 Gibson C-0 – £799

In the 60’s Gibson made a run of classical guitars, the C-0 was available from 1962 - 1970. They’re not particularly well known as Gibson are so famous for their steel string guitars, however this guitar has been converted to a steel string. The internal bracing has...

2002 Gibson Advanced Jumbo AJ  –  £1849

2002 Gibson Advanced Jumbo AJ – £1849

It’s quite unusual to find a natural topped Advanced Jumbo, and at 17 years old the Spruce top has darkened to a honey colour which really sets of the tiger stripe pickguard. The Rosewood back and sides together with the slope shoulder dreadnought body shape, give the...

2007 Gibson Nick Lucas  –  £2199

2007 Gibson Nick Lucas – £2199

Gibson’s collaboration with Nick Lucas gave birth to one of the most desirable models ever. A traditional 00 shape body, but deeper than normal, with Flamed Maple back and sides - this gives a full bass, crisp, sparkling top-end, and exceptional tonal balance....