$ 499.00 $ 599.00
$ 8,899.00 $ 12,550.00
The ’59 Les Paul Standard with a Brazilian fingerboard is the most desirable Les Paul, re-created for player and collector alike with a lightly aged finish, bumblebee capacitors, historic-spec wiring and vintage reissue components that assure 50’s inspired tone. Features include a Lightweight Aged Aluminum Tailpiece made to original 50’s specifications for lighter weight and vintage tone and sustain. Custombucker Pickups Custom wound to capture the authentic chime, pluck and growl of a true Gibson Les Paul. The Nitro-Cellulose Finish is Hand-applied, and the non-plasticized lacquer is made to live and breathe with the player and develop a personality as unique as its owner. One-Piece Solid Mahogany body - hand selected for lightweight and quality by Gibson Custom. The Solid Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard insures the ideal player surface for 50’s inspired playability.
As one of Gibson's first successful Electric Spanish (ES) guitars, the ES-150 was groundbreaking instrument in many ways. Like many Gibson guitars the ES-150 experienced a stoppage in production during World War II, and was reintroduced in 1946 with a number of changes. Most notably, the original blade or "Charlie Christian" pickup was replaced with a P-90.
Years of Production: 1959 - 1979
Unique to this Era: Starting in late '69, Gibson used a slotted style headstock on the EB-0.
Body Style: Double cutaway solidbody
Wood Composition: Mahogany body, Mahogany neck, Rosewood fingerboard
Design Elements: Humbucker pickup, 30 1/2-inch scale length, dot inlays, slotted headstock
Finish Specifications: Cherry Red was the only standard finish offered on the EB-0 until 1971.
Notable Players: Jack Bruce, David Knights, Mike Watt
Between 1975 and 1978, Gibson produced the Mark series of flattop acoustics which were designed by Michael Kasha and Ricahrd Schneider. These steel-strings had a 16 3/16-inch wide body and were narrower at the waist than a normal dreadnought. Some innovative features offered with the Mark series were a modified fan-pattern bracing style, an asymmetrical bridge, a removable pickguard, and interchangeable saddles. The MK-35 specifically used Mahogany for its back and sides, dot inlays, nickle-plated, and a three-piece Rosewood fingerboard.
This is a Gibson Custom Shop 2000 1957 Reissue Les Paul Gold Top that has been modified to create a one of a kind "Mary Ford Gold Top". All of the aging was done by Chris Inglesi and assembled by "Lays" in Akron, Ohio.
Serial Number: 128011356
Weight: 8.8 lbs
Gibson reissued the 335-S Standard model in 2011 as the 335-S. The 335-S is a solid maple bodied version of the ES-335TD, with slightly smaller and thinner body but with the same hardware and controls. Desgined for players who want the look and feel of the legendary ES-335, but need a smaller, sleeker, solidbody guitar. The 335-S is finished with nitrocellulose Vintage Sunburst or Silverburst finish, pickups are "reverse-zebra-striped" burstbuckers.
|Body material||maple body|
|Body style||ES-335 style|
|Hardware color||chrome hardware|
|Fingerboard inlay material||acrylic fingerboard inlay material|
|Fingerboard material||granadillo fingerboard|
|Fingerboard position markers||dot fingerboard position markers|
|Finish colors||amber finish, silver finish|
|Finish effects||sunburst finish|
|Finish material||nitrocellulose finish|
|Number of strings||6 strings|
|Scale length||24.75 inches scale-length|
|Neck joint||set neck|
|Neck material||maple neck|
|Neck width||1.69 inches wide at nut|
|Number of frets||22 fret|
|Pickup selector controls||3-way selector switch|
|Tone controls||1 tone control|
|Volume controls||2 volume controls|
|Pickups brand and model||Gibson Burstbucker 1 pickup(s), Gibson Burstbucker 2 pickup(s)|
|Pickups configuration||2 humbucker pickups|
$ 1,499.99 $ 2,499.99
The iconic workhorse of the Les Paul family, now with extra horsepower.
Beautiful yet simple, the Les Paul Studio offers everything you demand from a true Les Paul—and then some. Lighter than ever, the 2017 Les Paul Studio T benefits from Gibson's new Ultra-Modern weight relief that offers endless sustain and hours of comfortable playing, while its slim-taper neck profile is ideal for fast yet comfortable playing. A combination of 490R and 498T humbuckers provides genuine Gibson tones with a hint of modernity and aggression, wired to comprehensive controls and coil tapping for outstanding sonic versatility. This versatile performer is delivered in a classic Gibson brown hardshell case, along with a premium leather strap, a Gibson multi-tool and a polishing cloth.
$ 1,099.00 $ 1,829.00
The EB 5-String Bass delivers expanded tonal possibilities along with an innovative, modern design. Produced using the impressive combination of swamp ash body and maple neck, the 2018 EB 5-String provides the ultimate balance, classic tones and playability, advancing the legend of Gibson basses of the past. Includes gig bag.
$ 1,899.00 $ 3,159.00
A pair of bright, cutting mini-humbucking pickups help distinguish this Firebird guitar as a true standout and rising star. Designed for performance with neck-thru construction, classic Gibson hardware set, reverse head-stock, and trapezoid inlays in a luxurious bound torrefied granadillo fingerboard. The 2018 Firebird boasts an exclusive and rare Ebony finish on the body with matching headstock. Includes hardshell case.
$ 2,199.00 $ 2,836.00
The J-35 is handcrafted exclusively from solid tonewoods, Sitka spruce and mahogany. Featuring vintage 1930's advanced X-bracing pattern resulting in outstanding projection. The 2018 J-35 is the modern equivalent of that original round-shoulder flat-top with Gibson's historically celebrated, full-bodied acoustic tone.
Hardshell case included.
$ 2,949.00 $ 3,825.00
$ 2,699.00 $ 4,499.00
The Les Paul guitar that established the legend, with the power, look, and feel of the world’s most desirable dual-humbucker electric guitar. The Les Paul Traditional retains the archetypal feel of the vintage Les Paul guitars in its rounded neck profile, solid rosewood fingerboard and non-weight relieved body.
Traditional looks are complemented by the legendary tonewood combination of a mahogany body and AA figured maple top, vintage style tuners and ABR bridge and nickel-plated hardware. Classic PAF tones are enhanced by hand-wired electronics including Orange Drop capacitors. Includes hardshell case.
$ 1,899.99 $ 3,169.00
The new RD Artist Bass packs punch along with extreme sustain and clarity thanks to a full maple construction paired with a rosewood fingerboard. A comfortable rounded neck profile and easy access to the high notes are partnered with comprehensive tone controls which include an active/passive toggle all packaged in a truly Gibson bass design. Includes hardshell case.
$ 1,099.00 $ 1,829.00
The SG Special guitar comes equipped with a pair of mini-humbucking pickups delivering bright, crisp tones. It combines impressive looks via small-block inlays in an un-bound rosewood fingerboard, teardrop pickguard and a satin-nitro finish that perfectly blend style and simplicity. A SlimTaper neck delivers increased comfort and ease for faster playing. Includes softshell case.
$ 7,499.00 $ 9,673.00
The 2019 Doves in Flight acoustic-electric guitar incorporates the features of the legendary Dove with some of the finest decorative work in the industry. The Doves in Flight displays 28 individually engraved dove inlays—seven on the headstock, 16 on the fingerboard, three on the pickguard, and two on the bridge—each with its own original design. Each tuner knob is hand-engraved for full detail.
The 2019 Doves in Flight acoustic-electric comes with a hardshell case.
$ 2,299.00 $ 2,599.00
The scaled-down ES with no-compromise tone.
Players love the compact ES-339 with its full-scale traditional '335' looks and tone. It features a beautiful satin finish and comes with BurstBucker pickups that are calibrated for each position for balanced output & brighter sound that's even closer to the original PAFs. Includes Grover Milk Bottle Rotomatic tuners, redesigned neck dimensions, an improved truss rod, bone nut, rolled neck binding, low-profile frets and locking stopbar tailpiece for more resonance and sustain. Includes hardshell case.
$ 4,700.00The ES-355 is the top of the ES semi-solid range, dressed in a high gloss, period correct Sixtiess Cherry or Ebony vintage finish set off by gold hardware and a Bigsby tremelo tailpiece. In addition to its luscious looks complemented by large block mother of pearl fingerboard inlays and multi-ply body and headstock binding this guitar features a set of 57 Classic humbuckers for the prized PAF crunch and tone, the Memphis Tone Circuit wiring harness, rolled fingerboard binding and much more.
$ 4,999.00 $ 6,448.00
Versatile body shape with old-school appointments for classic vibe.
The first Gibson J-185 was introduced in 1951, giving players a broader choice of flat-top acoustic guitars. It quickly became a hit. With a slightly smaller body than Gibson’s fabled Super Jumbos, the J-185 offers an excellent alternative for players seeking a smaller body style without sacrificing acoustic power and projection. Traditionally, the J-185 features a body length of 20-1/4", a width of 16", and a body depth of 4-7/8", producing an big sound with clear acoustics, making it equally impressive for powerful strumming or delicate fingerpicking, and everything in between. This 2019 J-185 Limited Edition acoustic guitar is built with a Thermally Aged Sitka spruce top complemented by a Vintage Sunburst finish and a flame maple body with multi-ply binding. The Slim Taper mahogany neck sports a rosewood fingerboard with mother-of-pearl parallelogram inlays and bone nut.
$ 1,199.00 $ 1,696.00
The Les Paul Studio Tribute boils down everything there is to love about a Les Paul into a single package that's always at a working musician's price. From the rich nitrocellulose burst finishes on the weight-relieved mahogany body and maple top to the punchy, exposed-coil Gibson 490 humbuckers, the Studio Tribute delivers that classic Made-In-USA Les Paul tone and playability without breaking the bank.
Serial Number: 12480023
One Historic Acoustic, from One Legendary Artist, in Three Once-in-a-Lifetime Limited Editions
The 70th Anniversary John Lennon J-160E is built in the exacting image of the groundbreaking original J-160E of the 1950s and '60s. Much as with the design of the archetypal jazz guitar, the ES-175, just a few years before, Gibson applied a great deal of forward-looking, out-of-the-box thinking to the design of the J-160E in 1954. Prior to the arrival of this guitar, players of acoustic flat-tops struggled to be heard on stage, performing into inefficient microphones, or hassling with add-on soundhole pickups that usually faired little better.
To build one of the world's first truly successful electro-acoustic guitars, Gibson re-drew the blueprint: it crafted a three-layer laminated Sitka spruce top with ladder bracing specifically to resist feedback, used a mahogany back and sides for added warmth and richness, added an adjustable bridge, and installed a P-90 pickup (without traditional cover) beneath the top at the end of the fingerboard, along with a single volume and tone control and a 1/4" output jack. In addition, the guitar's solid mahogany neck was attached at the 15th fret to give performers plenty of access to the highest of the instrument's jumbo frets.
Other historically accurate details on the 70th Anniversary John Lennon J-160E models include its laminated Sitka spruce top, multi-ply top binding, single-ply back binding, traditional soundhole rosette, bone nut, comfortable rounded neck profile and period-correct adjustable acoustic guitar bridge. In remembrance of John Lennon, the guitars' headstocks are inlaid with John Lennon's signature, and their Indian rosewood fingerboards carry mother-of-pearl trapezoid inlays with Lennon's date of birth inscribed at the 12th-fret marker.
$ 5,099.00 $ 7,245.00
The Intersection of Beauty and Brawn Classic, Gibson Custom appointments adorn these limited edition CS-356 model gui- tars, each featuring carved and chambered solid woods for the deepest archtop tones in a deceptive ES-style package. The compact body shape is well-balanced and resists feedback while remaining extremely resonant, amplified by a pair of singing ‘57 Classic humbuckers. In both beauty and brawn, these Gibson Custom CS-356 guitars reign supreme.
$ 4,199.00 $ 5,998.00
1957 Les Paul Junior ReissueAmazing...Simply.
Gibson Custom Shop is the pinnacle of craftsmanship, quality, and sound excellence. Each instrument celebrates Gibson's legacy through accuracy, authenticity and attention to detail.In guitar lingo, being "ruined" is when you play something so good, there's no going back to what you once had. No Gibson guitar has evoked this expression more than the Les Paul Junior. In the 1950s it was sold as a student/budget model -- as simple as a set-neck electric guitar could be. But after a while, the humble Les Paul Junior caught the ear of professional guitarists who appreciated its sonic purity and minimalist components. Gibson Custom Shop has proudly kept the recipe the same for this Historic Reissue. From the solid mahogany and hide glue construction to the vintage-style wiring, the classic Les Paul Junior is back...and ready to "ruin" you.
1957 Les Paul Junior Reissue Specifications