Gibson 1963 Reverse Firebird VII Electric Guitar VINTAGE


Gibson launched the Firebird design in 1963 with four main models: the Firebird I, II, V, and VII. Each was distinguished by different pickup and hardware configurations, though they all shared thru-body construction and a unique "reversed" body shape with a large lower horn. The Firebird III in specific used chrome hardware, a vibrato tailpece, and two mini-humbucker pickups. By mid-1965, Gibson changed the Firebird (as well as its counterpart Thunderbird bass) to a more traditional "non-reversed" body shape.  

This instrument is in all original condition. Photos are of the actual instrument.

  • Years Of Production: 1963 - 1970
  • Double Cutaway Solidbody
  • Mahogany Body
  • Mahogany Neck
  • Rosewood Fingerboard
  • Three Mini-Humbucker Pickups
  • 24 3/4-Inch Scale Length
  • Block Inlays
  • Four Control Knobs
  • Kluson Banjo Tuners
  • Deluxe Vibrato Tailpiece
  • Neck-Thru Construction 
  • Glued On Wings
  • Original Hardshell Case