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1961 Gibson Les Paul SG Standard 'The Fool'

Color: Psychedelic, Rating: 9.25, $16,500.00
ID#: 01645 | Watch Related Video »


 

Original 1961 Les Paul SG Standard
Hand-Painted 'The Fool' by Rick Daskam

 

1961 Gibson 1961 Les Paul SG Standard 'The Fool'

 

1962 Gibson ES-330TDC

Color: Cherry, Rating: 9.00, $6,950.00
ID#: 01964


Gibson EB-0 Bass (Slab Body, Large Tuners)

Color: Cherry, Rating: 9.00, $5,950.00
ID#: 01975


 

The Last of The Slab-Bodied Double-Cut EB-0s

1961 Gibson EB-0 Bass (Slab Body, Large Tuners)

 

This super rare and all original slab-bodied EB-0 bass weighs just 8.10 lbs. and has a solid mahogany body. One-piece mahogany neck with an amazing fat nut width of just over 1 11/16 inches, a scale length of 30 1/2 inches and a wonderful fat profile. Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 20 original jumbo frets and inlaid pearl dot position markers. Headstock with inlaid pearl "Gibson" logo and pearl crown inlay. Two-layer black over white plastic 'bell-shaped' truss-rod cover with two screws. Two-on-a-side Kluson bass tuners with large, right-angle, cloverleaf shaped metal buttons. Serial number "1 0153" stamped on the back of the headstock in black. One dual-coil "Sidewinder" bass pickup with four adjustable pole-pieces (mounted across the middle of the pickup), an output of 34.30k and a black plastic cover secured by four screws. Black plastic pickguard with six screws. Two controls (one volume, one tone) on lower treble bout. Black plastic bell-shape control knobs with metal tops. The pots are dated "134 6028" (Centralab, July 1960). Side-mounted jack socket on three-ply black over white plastic plate secured by four screws. Black plastic control panel cover on the back of the guitar with two screws. Combination "wrap-over" bar bridge/tailpiece with intonation adjustment. All hardware nickel-plated. Light fading to the body face, some light belt-buckle wear on the back (nothing through the finish) and a few small surface marks, dents, dings on the body and the neck. The only alteration being the addition of a fourth strap button on the inside of the treble horn. A spectacular and otherwise totally original example - the first of this 'rare' variant that we have ever seen. Housed in the original Gibson four-latch shaped brown softshell case with red plush lining (8.75)

1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior

Color: Cherry, Rating: 9.25, $7,995.00
ID#: 01951


 

One of the Very First 'Double-Cut' Les Paul Juniors With 'Jumbo' Frets

 

1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior

 

1957 Gibson L-7CN

Color: Natural, Rating: 9.25, $8,500.00
ID#: 01940


 

Gibson's Most Successful 17-Inch Archtop
Essentially a Plain Version of the L-5

 

1957 Gibson L-7CN

 

1971 Gibson Les Paul Professional

Color: Walnut, Rating: 9.25, $3,650.00
ID#: 01935


 

A Near Mint Les Paul Professional

 

1971 Gibson Les Paul Professional

 

1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

Color: Metallic Red, Rating: 8.75, $3,850.00
ID#: 01929


 

A 1982 Metallic Red Gibson Les Paul Standard with Gold Hardware

 

1982 Gibson Les Paul Standard

 

2014 Gibson L-5 Double Cutaway

Color: Vintage Sunburst, Rating: 9.50, $8,250.00
ID#: 01921


 

"The Ultimate Archtop"
2014 Gibson Custom Shop 'Crimson' Series L-5 Double Cutaway

 

2014 Gibson L-5 Double Cutaway

 

1989 Gibson ES-335DOT (Reissue)

Color: Natural, Rating: 9.25, $4,500.00
ID#: 01913


 

A Near Mint 1989 Gibson ES-335DOT Re-Issue in the Rare Natural Finish
With the Original Gibson / Bill Lawrence Humbuckers

 

1989 Gibson ES-330DOT (Reissue)

 

1949 Gibson L-5NE 'McCarty'

Color: Natural, Rating: 9.25, $28,500.00
ID#: 01894


 

One of the Very First Gibson L-5 CES's

 

1949 Gibson L-5NE 'McCarty'

 

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