Gibson

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  1. USED Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro A Top Slim Taper 2017 - Heritage Cherry Sunburst
    $1,695.00

    Do you ever wonder what life would be like if Les Paul hadn't lived, or if he had played flute? We know there would be some incredible innovations in flutes but it would left us poor guitars players in a bit of a lurch. Anyway, Les played guitar and we are all better off for it. Here we have a 2017 Gibson Les Paul Standard Traditional Pro. It's a beauty! It has a heritage cherry sunburst finish on a great looking flamed maple top with chrome hardware. The neck has a 60's Slim Taper profile that's very comfortable and fast. The frets are in perfect condition. The neck is straight and true. It sounds great and plays great. It's perfect and ready for action right out of the box. It shows no wear. None. It is clean as a pin. Not a single scratch, ding, or nick. Could easily pass for brand new. Comes with all paper work. The pickguard that has never been installed, and the original hardshell case.

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  2. USED Vintage 1964 Gibson Melody Maker
    $1,150.00

    We have a good one for you today. A fine vintage Gibson for you that won't break the bank: a 1964 Gibson Melody Maker, serial number 195171. Before I get into the nuts and bolts of this guitar, I would like to say that under almost all normal circumstances we are against altering any vintage instruments. Having said that, this guitar would be a total monster with one or two humbucking pickups. The great Barbara Lynn, a 1960's blues and soul artist, played a Melody Maker with a Gibson P 90 (she also played a Fender Esquire). You can find her on "The Beat" TV show from the 1960's. This was a show out of Houston that had Gatemouth Brown in the house band. Freddie King was a regular too. You really should check it out ;)

    It has the original sunburst finish, original pickup, original Gibson gold reflector style knobs. Everything is original but the tuners which are Grovers. Great looking Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard. It shows age consistent wear, nicks, and dings, but overall it looks great and the finish has a beautiful patina. The frets are fine, and the neck is fantastic. 1964 is my favorite year for Melody Makers. It's a great guitar, cool as-is or, if you decided to turn into a rock and roll machine, it would be amazing for that. Comes with non original case.

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  3. USED Gibson Vintage Melody Maker D w/ Original Case 1961
    $1,500.00
    We are offering a 1961 Gibson Melody Maker D. Serial number #38974. Learn More

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