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2019 Gibson J15  –  £1249

2019 Gibson J15 – £1249

NEW ARRIVAL  At first glance, the Gibson J15 is a stripped down J45, a classic slope shouldered dreadnought in a beautiful sunburst. But on closer inspection, the Walnut back and sides, Maple neck, rectangular bridge, Abalone rosette and scalloped bracing reveals...

1936 Epiphone Navarre  –  £3999

1936 Epiphone Navarre – £3999

NEW ARRIVAL  30’s Epiphone flat tops are one of the best kept secrets in vintage guitars, and certainly amongst the rarest. The Navarre flattop was introduced in 1931, and was Epiphone's response to the Gibson Roy Smeck Stage Deluxe. It's a big bodied Red Spruce /...

1919 Gibson L-4  –  £2199

1919 Gibson L-4 – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  Introduced in 1912, the L-4 was Gibson's finest guitar offering until Lloyd Loar's signed L-5 arrived ten years later. The L-4 features a 16" body, carved top and back, oval soundhole, and lavish trimmings. The guitar has an incredibly unique tone amongst...

2001 Gibson L00 1937 Reissue  –  £2199

2001 Gibson L00 1937 Reissue – £2199

ON HOLD  This is more than just a ’37 reissue L00. Essentially the guitar has a tri burst finish which gives a very distinctive look, rather than the traditional two tone tobacco burst. But more interesting is the fact that the guitar has a deep body - like a Nick...

1937 Gibson L00  –  £3299

1937 Gibson L00 – £3299

SOLD  The L00 is probably Gibson’s best know blues guitar, and to find a 30’s example is becoming quite difficult. This guitar has been refinished which can often take away from the vintage tone, but in this case it sounds like an 84 year old guitar, yet feels modern...

1946 Gibson L48  –  £2199

1946 Gibson L48 – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  1946, one year after Banner Gibson’s were produced, is the only year Gibson produced guitars with the large Script logo without the Banner. By 1947 the more familiar squared logo came into production. 1946 is also the first year of production of the L48,...

1993 Gibson J60  –  £1499

1993 Gibson J60 – £1499

NEW ARRIVAL  The J60 was only produced between 1992 and 1998 (although later reissued in 2013) and was nicknamed the ‘Bone Crusher’ due to its powerful square shouldered dreadnought design with Sitka Spruce top and Rosewood back and sides. The guitar featured Gibson’s...

1993 Gibson Gospel –  £1349

1993 Gibson Gospel – £1349

NEW ARRIVAL  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...

1965 Gibson Southern Jumbo  –  £2799

1965 Gibson Southern Jumbo – £2799

SOLD  For me this is one of the most iconic looking Gibson acoustic guitars - a square shouldered dreadnought with a three point pickguard, a dark sunburst top, and eye catching pearl split parallelogram fingerboard inlays. Also it's unusual to see such a beautifully...

2002 Gibson L-4A  –  £1499

2002 Gibson L-4A – £1499

NEW ARRIVAL  Only produced between 2002 - 2006, the Gibson L-4A is an equivalent to the better known J185, featuring Spruce top and stained Maple back and sides, but with a cutaway. The mini jumbo is a more comfortable body size than a jumbo, and because of it's...