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1939 Kalamazoo Cromwell L50   –  £1249

1939 Kalamazoo Cromwell L50 – £1249

NEW ARRIVAL  Cromwell are one of the lesser known depression era brands made by Gibson between 1934 - 1940. They have a similar look and feel to the Gibsons of the same era, but were built with...

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1938 Kalamazoo KG11  –  £1749

1938 Kalamazoo KG11 – £1749

NEW ARRIVAL  Gibson's Depression era Kalamazoo line of guitars are gaining respect in the vintage guitar world, and provide great intrinsic value considering the relative cost. While built as a less...

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1939 Gibson Cromwell L50   –  £999

1939 Gibson Cromwell L50 – £999

NEW ARRIVAL  During the Great Depression, Gibson realised that most people couldn’t afford their guitars, so they made more affordable versions under different names - Kalamazoo being the best...

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1973 Gibson J200 Artist  –  £2799

1973 Gibson J200 Artist – £2799

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, and with 60’s examples becoming so expensive, early 70’s J200’s are becoming...

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1965 Gibson Southern Jumbo  –  £2599

1965 Gibson Southern Jumbo – £2599

ON HOLD  For me this is one of the most iconic looking Gibson acoustic guitars - a square shouldered dreadnought with a three point tortoiseshell pickguard, a dark sunburst top, and eye catching...

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1968 Epiphone El Dorado  –  £2199

1968 Epiphone El Dorado – £2199

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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1955 Epiphone Zephyr Regent  –  £1649

1955 Epiphone Zephyr Regent – £1649

NEW ARRIVAL  Introduced in 1950, the Zephyr Regent was Epiphone's most popular electric cutaway guitar. Epi's journeyman 17" instrument, the Zephyr Regent was positioned against its main competitor,...

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1953 Gibson J45  –  £3499

1953 Gibson J45 – £3499

SOLD  The J45 is known as the workhorse guitar, and this example really is a workhorse, with all the bumps and bruises to prove it - and the kind of mature tone that only comes with years and years...

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1925 Gibson L-1  –  £2199

1925 Gibson L-1 – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  This guitar is a real beauty, and in amazing condition for a nearly 100 year old guitar. It's a rare example of an arch top guitar with a central sound hole. Tonally it's voiced for...

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2020 Gibson L00 Studio Walnut  –  £1199

2020 Gibson L00 Studio Walnut – £1199

NEW ARRIVAL  The Gibson L-00 was originally developed in the 30's and for years was classed as an industry standard. The newly released L-00 Studio Walnut offers the characteristics and superb tonal...

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1937 Epiphone Olympic  –  £1749

1937 Epiphone Olympic – £1749

NEW ARRIVAL  This guitar is from Epiphone’s golden archtop age, when the company was still based in New York before they were bought by Gibson in 1957. 30’s and 40’s Epiphone archtops have long been...

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