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2017 Gibson J35  –  £1599

2017 Gibson J35 – £1599

NEW ARRIVAL  Introduced in 1936 the J-35 was the predecessor to the iconic J-45, until production stopped during World War II. Other than the occasional limited edition, Gibson resurrected the J-35...

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2018 Gibson J45 Mahogany

2018 Gibson J45 Mahogany

SOLD  In 2018 Gibson produced a limited edition of all Mahogany J45’s, but rather than put a sunburst finish on the top, like the Custom Shop J45 Mahogany, which harked back to the wartime Banner...

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1964 Gibson Country Western  –  £3499

1964 Gibson Country Western – £3499

NEW ARRIVAL  For me this is one of the most iconic looking Gibson acoustic guitars - a square shouldered dreadnought with a three point pickguard, a honey coloured top, and eye catching pearl split...

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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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1948 Gibson LG1  –  £2499

1948 Gibson LG1 – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL   A 40’s LG1 is a rare find indeed. A 00 size guitar with Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides, and most importantly ladder bracing. This gives the guitar a quicker attack and quicker...

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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"...

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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...

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2004 Gibson Nick Lucas

2004 Gibson Nick Lucas

SOLD Gibson’s collaboration with Nick Lucas gave birth to one of the most desirable models ever. A traditional 00 shape body, but deeper than normal, with Flamed Maple back and sides – this gives a...

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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...

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