1958 Gibson ES-175 D
1958 Gibson ES-175D from the 2nd year this model sported "Patent Applied For" pickups.
Florentine Cutaway, Sunburst Maple Top, Walnut Sides, original untouched Dual PAF pickups, Nickel Trapeze Tailpiece, Wooden Bridge.
20 frets, Double Parallelogram Inlays, Brazilian Rosewood Board, Kluson Tuners.
1959 Gibson ES-125 T
EXC Gibson ES-125 from 1959.
Golden sunburst finish, Brazilian Rosewood Board, Dot Inlays. Three-In-A-Row Kluson Strip Tuners, Immaculate Headstock and Gibson Logo.
Original P-90, changed Bridge, Pots and Capacitor. Neck is in amazing condition for a 63-year-old guitar.
Single P-90, Wooden Floating Bridge, Trapeze Tailpiece. OHSC.
1960 Gibson ES-330 T
Museum Grade 1960 Gibson ES-330 T.
Laminated Maple Arched Top, Sunburst Finish, Double Cut Hollowbody, Gold Bonnet Knobs, Nickel Hardware, Tune-O-Matic Bridge, Single P-90 Pickup, Trapeze Tailpiece.
Single Piece Mahogany Neck, Brazilian Rosewood Fretboard, Mother of Pearl Dot Inlays and Headstock Logo, Single Line Kluson Deluxe Tuners.
One Owner Piece From Utopia Music in Flushing, New York, USA.
Original Alligator Cardboard Case, Catalogue, Strap, Silver Lead, Pick Case, Plectrums and Pitch Pipe.
1961 Gibson ES-330 TDC
Gibson ES-330 TDC in clean Cherry Red finish with the clarity of two beautiful sounding black P-90 pickups.
Mahogany One Piece Dot Neck, Brazilian Rosewood Board, 1’ 11/16" Nut Width, Trapeze Tailpiece.
1961 Gibson ES-355 TDCSV
EXC+ 1961 Gibson ES-355 TDCSV in Watermelon Red.
6 Position Varitone Rotary Switch with Gold Ring, 2 Volume and 2 Tone Reflector Knobs, 3 Way Selector Switch, "Long" Tortoiseshell Pickguard with 5 Layer Binding.
Single Piece Mahogany Neck, Ebony Fingerboard, 22 frets, Square Mother of Pearl ("MOP") Blocks, Split Diamond MOP Headstock Inlay, Grover Tuners, Truss Rod Cover with "STEREO" written vertically.
Black Case with Red Lining.
1963 Gibson ES-335 TDC
1963 Gibson ES-335 TDC previously owned by INXS and made famous by Eric Clapton with Cream in their 1968 concert at The Royal Albert Hall.
A Newsmaker from its first appearance, this model offered outstanding performance for ensembles, recording, radio and TV at an amazingly modest price.
Curly Maple Arched Top and Back with Vibrant Cherry Finish, Nickel Plated Metal Parts. Slim, Fast Low-Action Neck joins Body at 20th Fret. One Piece Mahogany Neck, Adjustable Truss Rod, Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard with Pearl Block Inlays.
1963 Gibson ES-355 TDCSV
Original 1963 Gibson ES-355 TDCSV.
Stereo Model, Cherry Red Bound Curly Maple Body, Gold Plated Hardware, Patent Sticker Pickups, Sideways Tremolo, 6 Position Varitone Rotary Switch with Gold Ring.
Single Piece Mahogany Slim Profile Neck, 22 Frets, 1 11/16th Nut, Bound Ebony Board, Mother of Pearl Block Inlays, Split Diamond MOP Headstock Inlay, Grover Tuners, Truss Rod Cover with "STEREO" written vertically.
Adjustable Tune-O-Matic Bridge, Nylon Saddles, 2 Volume and 2 Tone Reflector Knobs, 3 Way Selector Switch, "Long" Tortoiseshell Pickguard with 5 Layer Binding.
Faultless Yellow Plush Lined Case.
1967 Gibson ES-335 12 String
1967 Gibson ES-335 12 String Vintage Guitar made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.
Sunburst Lacquer Finish, Laminated Maple Body, Chrome Hardware, Patent Number Pickups, Trapeze Tailpiece, ABR-1 Bridge, 5-Ply Black Pickguard, Witch Hat Knobs, 3 Way Toggle Switch.
Mahogany Neck, Cream Binding, Tortoise Dots, Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard, Mother of Pearl Block Inlays.
Made famous when played by The Doors on "Do You Love Her Madly".
1967 Gibson ES-335 TDC
1968 Gibson ES-335 TDW
1968 Gibson ES-335 TDW with Custom Ebony Board.
One Piece Mahogany Neck, Bound Ebony Fretboard, Mother of Pearl Rectangular Inlays, Custom Truss Rod Cover, Replaced Tuners,
Humbucking Pickups, Two Tone, Two Volume Controls, Bigsby and Small Scratchplate.
1969 Gibson ES-335 TDC
Mint 1969 Gibson ES-335 in Vibrant Cherry.
Laminate Maple Body with Maple Centre Block, Three Piece Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Board, Individual Double Line Kluson Tuners, Block Faux Mother of Pearl Inlays, Trapeze Tailpiece, Witch Hat Knobs.
1972 Gibson ES-335 TDC
On offer is one of my favourite pieces in the collection.
A near mint, 100% original 1972 Gibson ES335 in Cherry Red with trapeze tailpiece.
Binding in excellent condition displaying that vintage "yellowing". Embossed humbuckers produce a big rich sound with acoustic overtones. Frets have very little wear.
1973 Gibson ES-335 TDW
Exceptional 1973 Walnut ES335, Trapeze Tailpiece, Rosewood Board with Square Block Inlays.
The guitar has only light buckle rash which has not penetrated the top lacquer. The binding has majestically aged yellow contrasting gracefully against the walnut finish making this vintage guitar stand out.
The action is slick, fast and extremely comfortable.
1980 Gibson ES-175
From 1980, a fantastic two tone sunburst archtop Gibson ES175 electric in 100% original condition.
Parallelogram inlays on a bound rosewood fingerboard. Trapeze tailpiece and 57 classic humbuckers.
Fully hollow body archtop with Florentine cutaway.
2006 Gibson ES-335 1959 Reissue
2006 Gibson ES-335 1959 Reissue with finely checked finish.
24 3/4" scale length, Nitrocellulose Lacquer, Vintage Sunburst finish.
One Piece Mahogany Neck, Cream Binding, Rosewood Board, 12" radius, 22 Frets, Mother of Pearly Dot Inlays, 1 11/16" Nylon Nut, Grover Deluxe Tuners.