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  1. USED 2002 Gibson Advanced Jumbo Luthier's Choice Brazilian Rosewood
    $4,700.00

    When Gibson introduced the Advanced Jumbo guitar back in the late 1930s, it boasted one of the most prominent low-end voices of any guitar available, largely thanks to having a large, round-shouldered Dreadnought body. This guitar is exceptionally big and punchy sounding thanks to the Adirondack Red Spruce top and Brazilian Rosewood back and sides. The Mahogany neck is topped with a Rosewood fretboard, with a 1-3/4" nut width for a traditional look and feel, and braced with a traditional scalloped "X". This limited edition Luthier's Choice model also features distinctive Mother-Of-Pearl inlay on the fingerboard, gorgeous firestripe pickguard, a rectangular rosewood bridge with a long saddle, and Waverly open gear tuners, as well as Fishman Rare Earth sound hole pickup for amazing tone when you plug in. This guitar has very little signs of previous play time on it. Aside from a small top ding near the edge of the lower bout on the treble side and and some slight pick marks it’s in excellent condition. The frets are in perfect condition and show no wear. The neck is straight and true. It plays and sounds fantastic. This guitar retailed for $11,500 back in 2002. Grab it now for a fraction of that price. Comes with original paperwork and hard shell case.

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  2. USED 2003 Gibson Custom Shop Southern Jumbo SJ Brazilian signed by Craig Morgan
    $6,500.00

    Here is a 2003 Gibson SJ Custom Shop made with the Holy Grail of tone woods, Brazilian Rosewood. The Southern Jumbo is a workhouse of a guitar beloved by many famous artists...Woodie Guthrie and Hank Williams Jr were both known for loving the model.  The Southern Jumbo was born in 1942 with solid Brazilian rosewood back and sides, but the model is more commonly found with the solid mahogany back and sides it carried when it reappeared in 1946. This Brazilian incarnation has been crafted in Bozeman, Montana by Gibson’s lauded acoustic division. Other features of the model include the solid premium Sitka spruce top, 6-ply top binding and 4-ply back binding, nitrocellulose vintage sunburst finish, tortoise Southern Jumbo pickguard, and split-parallelogram mother-of-pearl fingerboard position markers. The Brazilian Rosewood is gorgeous. It has a great feeling neck with a nice medium profile. There is no wear, it is perfect. It is a serious guitar and a great sounding guitar. Okay, as we like to say in the business, now for the kicker: It is signed on the front by country artist, Craig Morgan, how cool is that? This guitar retailed for $12,500 back in 2003. Grab it now for a fraction of that price. Comes with original paperwork and hard shell case.

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  3. USED 1982 Gibson ES-347 TD Cherry Sunburst
    $2,795.00

    I like cool and rare guitars, what guitarist doesn't? It sort of separates one from the herd, which is a good thing unless you're a gazelle, then it's not so good. We have a really cool and rare one for you, a 1982 Gibson ES-347. These were only made for a short period of time and they were designed for maximum sustain. It has it too, it will sustain forever. It has some of the best features Gibson offered on a semi-hollowbody, including a coil tap, block markers on an ebony fretboard, a brass nut, fancier bound headstock, and although traditionalists like ABR Tune-O-Matic bridges, the TP6 on this guitar functions better with fine tuners and faster string changes. The majority of ES-34's you'll find will be either natural or tobacco sunburst. This has the more difficult to find cherry sunburst finish. It does show some minor cosmetic wear and is in overall great shape for a 37 year old guitar. It has been professionally refretted and plays like a dream with low action and no buzz. Also, the back of the neck was oversprayed. This is a fine sounding and playing guitar and it lives up to its promise of sustain. Comes with original hard case.

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  4. USED Gibson 2015 Memphis Limited Run ES-Les Paul Custom Semi-Hollow
    $2,495.00

    Looking for a Gibson Les Paul Custom but don't want a heavy guitar? Here's the guitar for you. A rare and very cool Gibson ES-Les Paul Custom semi-hollow electric. A 2015 limited run model that was made right here in Memphis, TN. The guitar is feather light, only 6.4 pounds. Semi-hollow construction just like a ES-335 but with a smaller, Les Paul body. The guitar is feather light, only 6.4 pounds. 100% original and no repairs, in excellent condition showing only very minor scuff marks, no dents or other major cosmetic wear. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition and show zero wear. It's set up nicely with fast and low action. It looks, sounds, and feels great. Comes with original hard shell case, COA and paperwork.

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  5. USED Gibson 2016 Memphis Historic Series ES-330 1961 Reissue Sixties Cherry VOS
    $2,800.00

    This guitar is a joy to play: a 2016 Gibson ES-330 Memphis Historic Series 1961 Reissue. It has a Sixties Cherry red finish, two P-90 pickups with black covers, aged nickel plated parts, "Mickey Mouse" ears and dot fret markers. This guitar has one of the best necks ever: full "C" profile, somewhat chunky, that fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. Condition is excellent, super clean and nice.  What's so cool is that this totally has the vintage vibe, but unlike a 50 year old guitar, everything works perfectly, with no issues. The ES-330, with its woody and bell-like timbre, has had some impressive devotees, Slim Harpo being my favorite. Also jazz players like Grant Green, bluesmen such as B.B. King, and rockers, including Keith Richards have used a 330 at one time or another. If you are fan of British Invasion stuff, this guitar is perfect as well. So many bands used this, or the Epiphone version of it. It comes with the original Gibson hard case.

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  6. USED Gibson 1979 GK-55 Tobacco Sunburst
    $750.00

    Here's a cool, rare, and affordable vintage Gibson. Gibson in the mid seventies was floundering a bit, sales were slow, imports were taking a large chunk of their business. Somebody there decided it was time make a more affordable guitar in the USA. It wasn't around long, just two years from 1979 to 1980, and they really are quite scarce. It was a cool idea with a bolt on three piece mahogany neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard and solid mahogany body. The pickups are the original Dirty Fingers, and the wiring features the stock rotary coil-split. The bridge and control knobs are replacements. It shows some wear, nothing major. The frets are good, showing a bit of wear but still play well. Here's the really cool thing: it sounds great, a real screamer. Comes with Gibson gig bag.

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  7. USED 2006 Gibson Les Paul Supreme Heritage Cherry Sunburst AAAA Maple Top & Back
    $2,895.00

    Supreme, top of the line, doesn't get any better, the BEST! That's what Gibson had in mind when they made this model. Here we have a 2006 Gibson Les Paul Supreme. This guitar was previously owned by a gentleman who was an employee at Gibson. He was an engineer who helped design some of their digital gear. When he went to buy a Les Paul, he hand selected this guitar from Gibson's inventory because it had the best looking maple top. Primarily a bass player, he hardly ever played it. It is super clean and in near mint condition. No dings or nicks. The frets show no wear. It is set up with a AAAA-grade maple top and back, gold hardware, and upgraded inlays specific to the Supreme, slim tapered mahogany neck with white binding & black side dots, REAL ebony fingerboard. Multi-bound headstock with mother of pearl & abalone Supreme inlay. Gold truss rod cover with Les Paul engraving. Gold Grover tuners in perfect working condition. Multi-bound top & back. Arched back is a very unique feature and feels great against your body. Pickups are Gibson 490R & 498T Alnico humbuckers with gold covers. They sound great, nice and warm and punchy. It's a great guitar. Comes with original paperwork and hard case.

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  8. USED Gibson 1997 Custom Shop ES-346 Custom Shop Pre-Paul Jackson Jr.
    $2,995.00

    Here's a gorgeous Gibson Custom Shop ES-346. This rare model was produced from 1997-2000 and this one is from the first year of production, 1997. Session pro and Tonight Show guitarist Paul Jackson Jr. loved this model so much, and was so deserving of his own signature guitar, that in 2000 Gibson Custom Shop honored him by renaming the ES-346 as the Paul Jackson Jr. ES-346 signature model. This Gibson ES-346 is in near mint condition. The ES-346 had a reduced size ES-335 style body and a slimmed down headstock giving a straight string pull across the nut (similar to a PRS) which gives it greater tuning stability. Comes finished in a beautiful emberglo finish over an exceptional, highly figured flamed maple top. Equipped with 57 Classic pickups. The neck is straight and true and the frets are in perfect condition. Just set up, sounds amazing and plays that way too! This killer Custom can handle any style of music jazz to blues with enough attitude to rock! It has tight lows, even mids, and piano-like highs; with amazing sustain. Playing this guitar makes you feel like you're driving an Italian sports car through the Autobahn at 120 MPH! Comes with original paperwork and Gibson Custom Art & Historic Case.

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  9. Eastman E10SS Slope Shoulder Dreadnought - Adirondack/Mahogany - Sunburst #6057

    Regular Price: $1,399.00

    Special Price $1,119.00

    The idea of buying a new guitar straight off the rack, that is comparable to the great vintage Gibson J-45 models, is pretty mind boggling. The idea of getting a pro-level acoustic with all solid wood construction, nitrocellulose finish, beautiful sunburst, and Adirondack Spruce top for under $1200, is also mind boggling. The Eastwood E10 SS is totally comparable to the old Gibsons in sound, tone, playability, and looks...and that is just a wonderful thing. This is a really serious guitar. It's not that it's great-for-the-money, it's just GREAT.

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  10. Tausch 665 Deluxe - Amber Burst #1801
    $4,800.00

    The Tausch 665 Deluxe in Amber Burst is a set-neck, semi-solid Telecaster style body with hand-picked, meticulously chosen woods. Tausch guitars give new meaning to hand-made. He makes about two guitars a month. The attention to detail is extraordinary. He uses Harry Haussel pickups that sound amazing. It has a strat style tremelo with a Pau Ferro wooden block instead of the metal traditionally used. The resonance is unreal. The semi-acoustic body made of Pearwood gives the 665 a truely unbelievabe loud and "alive" acoustic response. Sound just explodes from this thing. The flamed maple neck is "set in", with a neck joint that enables comfortable access up to the highest registers. The sunburst finish is similar to the one use by Gibson on Les Paul models in the late 50's. It is lightweight, and an absolute joy to play. It is one of our absolute favorite new guitars: an inspiring instrument, that will make you happy for a lifetime.

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  11. USED Vintage 1968 Hofner 489 Western Acoustic
    $750.00

    Hofner made some cool guitars back in the day. They still do, but I like the vibe of the old ones. This guitar is quite similar to one Brian Jones used in the studio with the Stones. We have a 1968 Hofner 489 Western Model. It is a slope shoulder dreadnought. Looks like a Gibson J-50. It has maple back and sides, a spruce top, adjustable bridge saddle, and micro tilt to adjust the neck angle. It is clean, very clean. It has some lacquer checking, but the only real playing wear is on the top near the lower part on the soundhole. The neck is straight, the frets are fine, the action is good, and it sounds great. It's really a cool guitar. The maple is nice and flamey. It's a cool part of 60's history. Comes with original gig bag.

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  12. Tausch 665 Deluxe - Amber Burst
    $4,800.00

    This is one amazing guitar. A Tausch 665 Deluxe in Amber Burst. It is a set-neck, semi-solid Telecaster style body with hand-picked, meticulously chosen woods. Tausch guitars give new meaning to hand-made. He makes about two guitars a month. The attention to detail is extraordinary. He uses Harry Haussel pickups that sound amazing. It has a strat style tremelo with a Pau Ferro wooden block instead of the metal traditionally used. The resonance is unreal. The semi-acoustic body made of Pearwood gives the 665 a truely unbelievabe loud and "alive" acoustic response. Sound just explodes from this thing. The flamed maple neck is "set in", with a neck joint that enables comfortable access up to the highest registers. The sunburst finish is similar to the one use by Gibson on Les Paul models in the late 50's. It is lightweight, and an absolute joy to play. It is one of the best new guitars I've ever played: an inspiring instrument, that will make you happy for a lifetime.

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