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2003 Gibson J100 XT  –  £1999

2003 Gibson J100 XT – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  For those who can't afford a J200, but want that tone and feel, a J100 XT is the next best thing - a stripped down version with an unbound neck and headstock. Visually it's quite...

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2019 Gibson Parlour Rosewood  –  £1749

2019 Gibson Parlour Rosewood – £1749

NEW ARRIVAL  The word Parlour in Gibson’s branding is a little misleading with this model. It’s actually a J165 body size which is closer to an L-00, only curvier in the lower bout. It’s still a...

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1966 Epiphone Cortez  –  £1749

1966 Epiphone Cortez – £1749

NEW ARRIVAL  Gibson bought Epiphone in 1957, and moved it to the Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1960. Epiphones were then built in the Gibson factory from 1960 - 1969 until being...

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1966 Gibson J200  –  £6499

1966 Gibson J200 – £6499

NEW ARRIVAL  They call the J200 King Of The Flat Tops, and it has to be one of the most famous acoustic guitars in the world, and vintage examples are amongst the most desirable. This is a great...

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1990 Gibson Advanced Jumbo  –  £1999

1990 Gibson Advanced Jumbo – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  The Advanced Jumbo is a fine example of why Gibson’s reissue series is so important. The AJ was first introduced in the 1930’s, and only 300 were made. So very few people will ever have...

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1941 Kalamazoo KG-12 Oriole  –  £2299

1941 Kalamazoo KG-12 Oriole – £2299

NEW ARRIVAL  The Kalamazoo Oriole was only produced between 1940 - 1941, as a more deluxe version of Gibson's depression era guitars, built from higher grade tonewoods than the standard Kalamazoo...

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1974 Gibson SJ Deluxe – £1999

1974 Gibson SJ Deluxe – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  This is a great example of a vintage Gibson square shouldered dreadnought. It has an iconic look with a faded cherry sunburst Spruce top, beautifully complimented by a 3 point black...

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1964 Gibson LG0 –  £1399

1964 Gibson LG0 – £1399

NEW ARRIVAL  Gibson’s LG0 is an all Mahogany 00 sized, ladder braced acoustic, similar to the better known LG1 but without the Spruce top. The tone is still dry and woody, but a little smoother...

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1939 Gibson HG-00

1939 Gibson HG-00

SOLD  Only made between 1937 - 1942, the HG-00 is a rarer 12 fret version of an L-00. The guitar was fitted with a wider neck for Hawaiian style play, and revived the longer 12 fret body of the...

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1953 Gibson J45

1953 Gibson J45

SOLD  If you've always wanted the legendary early 50's Gibson dreadnought tone, this is a fine example - It has the look, the feel and the vibe. The playing experience makes this guitar something...

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1943 Gibson LG2 Banner

1943 Gibson LG2 Banner

SOLD  They call the LG2 the mini J45, and you can see why. It’s an incredibly versatile guitar for a 00 size, and what it lacks in bass boom, it makes up for in mid range thump and resonant trebles....

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