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1958 Gibson J160E  –  £3499

1958 Gibson J160E – £3499

NEW ARRIVAL  Possibly the most recognisable of all Gibson acoustics, the J160E was made famous by the Beatles, and as such if you want to recreate that unique sound - this is the only guitar that gets you there. There have been various modern reissues by Gibson that...

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...

1963 Gibson LG1  –  £2499

1963 Gibson LG1 – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  This 1963 LG1 is a great example of one of the most popular ladder braced Gibsons, with authentic tone that no modern guitar can come close to. Visually it’s just what you’d want from a vintage Gibson, with an unmistakable dark tobacco sunburst, and...

1936 Kalamazoo KG11  –  £1849

1936 Kalamazoo KG11 – £1849

NEW ARRIVAL  The Kalamazoo KG11 is the lesser known cousin of the KG14. Visually it’s very different with a squat dreadnought body shape, and tonally it’s less bluesy but more versatile. It still has all the classic Gibson built depression era Kalamazoo traits,...

1969 Gibson J200  –  £6499

1969 Gibson J200 – £6499

NEW ARRIVAL  What can you say about the J200 that hasn’t already been said. It really is the King of the Flat Tops. Probably the most recognisable acoustic guitar of all time. Think Elvis, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, the Rolling Stones, Pete Townsend, Noel...

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 /...

1973 Gibson Hummingbird  –  £2749

1973 Gibson Hummingbird – £2749

NEW ARRIVAL  The Gibson Hummingbird should be in the Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Think Keith Richards playing Wild Horses and it takes you there. It’s as good looking as it is great sounding. A classic square shouldered dreadnought with Spruce top and Mahogany back...

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,...

2002 Gibson Advanced Jumbo  –  £2199

2002 Gibson Advanced Jumbo – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  In the mid ’30s, Gibson luthiers decided to build the best-sounding, most powerful flat-top acoustic ever. The result was the Advanced Jumbo. What Gibson’s luthiers discovered was a resonance-enhancing, advanced X-bracing pattern that had not been used...

1966 Epiphone Cortez

1966 Epiphone Cortez

SOLD  This Epiphone Cortez has one of the best sunbursts I’ve seen. Gibson produce an ‘Ice Tea Burst’, well this is the look they’re trying to copy - just beautiful. Made in Gibson’s Kalamazoo factory, the Cortez is a 00 size X braced guitar. The Gibson equivalent,...