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1963 Epiphone Caballero  –  £1399

1963 Epiphone Caballero – £1399

NEW ARRIVAL  With Epiphones being built in the Gibson factory from 1960 - 1969 until being transferred to Japan in early 1970, this 1963 Epiphone Caballero is the equivalent of a Gibson LG0 - a small bodied, ladder braced, all Mahogany acoustic. The guitar has a warm,...

1991 Gibson Nick Lucas  –  £2499

1991 Gibson Nick Lucas – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  The Gibson Nick Lucas was their first ever artist model, produced between 1926 - 1928. When Gibson approached Lucas, asking him what specifications he’d like on his own model, he asked for a 00 size guitar with Maple back and sides, and an extra deep...

2003 Gibson J185 –  £2199

2003 Gibson J185 – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  The J185 is the ideal guitar for someone who wants a J200 but finds them too big and bulky to play. It’s 16 1/4" wide with a scale length of 24 3/4" rather than a J200 which is 16 7/8" wide and has a scale length of 25 1/2". Not only is the J185 more...

1931 Epiphone Triumph  –  £1649

1931 Epiphone Triumph – £1649

NEW ARRIVAL  The Triumph was introduced in Epiphone’s original archtop line of 1931, with a 15 3/4" lower bout, Walnut back and sides, 3 segment F holes, and the Masterbuilt block logo. By 1933 the body was increased to 16 3/8” with Maple back ad sides, and in 1936 it...

2016 Gibson Keb Mo  –  £2299

2016 Gibson Keb Mo – £2299

NEW ARRIVAL  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...

2015 Gibson Southern Jumbo Custom Shop  –  £2299

2015 Gibson Southern Jumbo Custom Shop – £2299

NEW ARRIVAL  The Southern Jumbo hasn’t been in production as a standard model for quite a while now, so whenever Gibson produce a limited run version, or in this case a Custom Shop version, they’re usually pretty special. There’s no one thing you can point your finger...

1936 Kalamazoo KG14  –  £1849

1936 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...

2018 Gibson SJ200 Standard  –  £2999

2018 Gibson SJ200 Standard – £2999

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...

1989 Epiphone SQ180  –  £399

1989 Epiphone SQ180 – £399

NEW ARRIVAL  The Gibson J180 Everly Brothers has to be one of their most striking looking guitars, but with prices inaccessable for most, the Epiphone SQ180 is a more affordable alternative, but with Gibson’s heritage. With a Spruce top, and Maple back and sides, it...

1994 Gibson J100 Xtra 100th Anniversary Edition  –  £1999

1994 Gibson J100 Xtra 100th Anniversary Edition – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  For those who want the look and feel of a Gibson jumbo, but don’t wan’t the brightness of Maple back and sides found on a J200, the J100 is a great alternative. It features a solid Sitka spruce top with Mahogany back and sides, which deliver a thundering...