Gibson

1944 Epiphone Blackstone  –  £1499

1944 Epiphone Blackstone – £1499

The Blackstone was introduced in Epiphone’s original archtop line of 1931, with a 14 3/4". By 1936 it took it’s final form with the 16 3/8" lower bout, and the centre-dip headstock appeared in 1939. Epiphone’s most popular 16" guitar, the Blackstone remained in the...

2014 Gibson SJ100 1941 Reissue  –  £1599

2014 Gibson SJ100 1941 Reissue – £1599

The SJ100 is the fitting cousin to the legendary SJ200 - the “King Of The Flat Tops” - based on the same distinctive shape and proportions, but with more modest, historic appointments. Handcrafted from solid tone woods, the Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides...

1964 Epiphone Bard 12  –  £1299

1964 Epiphone Bard 12 – £1299

Famously played by Roy Orbison on 'Pretty Woman' , the Epiphone Bard is probably the best known acoustic 12 string. Made in the Gibson Kalamazoo factory in the early 60's before Gibson made Epiphone their budget brand, it is the equivalent to a similar period Gibson...

2016 Gibson L00 Keb Mo  –  £1999

2016 Gibson L00 Keb Mo – £1999

Gibson’s Custom Shop teamed up with three-time Grammy Award Winner Keb' Mo' to produce a modern blues guitar that references the Delta blues music that is the heart of his inspiration. The guitar features a scalloped-X-braced Adirondack Red Spruce top with Mahogany...

1968 Gibson J50  –  £2499

1968 Gibson J50 – £2499

This guitar is a great example of Gibson's classic workhorse guitar - a 60's J50.  The Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides give the guitar a rich warm sound, and the slope shoulders give a wonderful rounded bass, yet well balanced in the mids and trebles making it...

2007 Gibson CJ165 Rosewood  –  £1749

2007 Gibson CJ165 Rosewood – £1749

Only produced between 2006 - 2008, the CJ165 provides an alternative to Gibson's big bodied jumbos such as the J200. If you're looking for big tone in an easier to handle package, the Gibson CJ-165 may be the answer - the mini jumbo size and slightly narrower body...

1969 Gibson J45  –  £1999

1969 Gibson J45 – £1999

This is a great example of Gibson's iconic slope shouldered dreadnought, with one of the best looking faded cherry sunburst finishes I’ve seen. When you start playing it you realise why 60's slope shouldered dreadnoughts are among the most collectable acoustics...

1992 Gibson J200  –  £2499

1992 Gibson J200 – £2499

SOLD  They call the J200 King Of The Flat Tops, and it has to be one of the most famous acoustic guitars in the world. This is a great example, visually it's stunning, with the iconic scratchplate contrasting beautifully with the honey coloured top. With a Spruce top...

1969 Gibson J50  –  £1499

1969 Gibson J50 – £1499

This J50 is a real find, 1969 was the transitional year when Gibson changed from slope shouldered J50’s, so this is the only year you can get a 60's square shouldered J50. It's a classic example of the 'workhorse' guitar, and one of Gibson's most iconic models. The...

1947 – 51 Gibson L48  –  £1399

1947 – 51 Gibson L48 – £1399

This is a great example of a late 40's / early 50’s Gibson archtop - difficult to date exactly but the Mahogany top, back and sides dates it to 1947 - 51. The guitar has a beautifully faded tobacco sunburst finish, some of which has peeled off through countless years...