Whether you're looking for a vintage sunburst jumbo or a custom acoustic-electric, Gibson's extensive lineup of 6-string acoustic guitars has something to reflect every style and taste, which is why the Gibson name continues to be so renowned worldwide.
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First introduced in 1960, it didn't take long for this acoustic-electric to become a legend thanks to its versatile nature, and ability to sound superb in a wide range of genres.
Is there some way I can do it with the serial number?
This decoder is not always so good for vintage Gibsons, particularly those prior to the late 1970's.
Featuring highly prized tonewood, and made with hot hide glue just like it was in its early days, you'll never want to put down this classic American workhorse.
You don't have to have aspirations of stardom to justify the purchase a well-built acoustic guitar, but when you go with a 6-string acoustic guitar from Gibson, you'll notice quickly how easy it is to stand out from the pack.
The first and fifth numbers are the year, for example 8997653 = 8997653 or 1986 ES (Electric Spanish - hollow body with fixed pickup(s) T - Thinline D Double - 2 Pickups C Cutaway or Cherry Finish 3/4 - 3/4 side and short scale SV - Stereo and Veritone wiring option Please keep in mind that Serial numbers show approximate date of manufacture.
Factory original black top with cremoa brown stain back and sides over flamey solid maple. Natural, a nice example with dark walnut stained back and sides. Natural, same as a Gibson B-25, spruce top, X braced, Honduran mahogany back, sides and neck, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, repro rosewood bridge replaces the plastic one that failed. Natural, solid mahogany top back and sides, Gibson Kalamazoo made epi flat top featuring a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, lots of finish checking, back seam crack and playing wear, sounds good and plays with nice...Comes with a setlist, t-shirt from era tour, and a letter...Natural, acoustic electric with solid sitka spruce top, walnut back and sides, maple neck and walnut fingerboard. Natural, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 1.725" at nut, slim taper neck profile, no breaks or repairs, shows light playing wear only, nice smooth mid range small bodied Gibson tone,... All mahogany with three layer binding top/back/rosette, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Natural, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, unbound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 1 ¾" at nut, just out of our shop with a repaired seam crack, reglued bridge and braces. Natural, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, beautiful Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 1 11/16" at nut, newer tuners, repaired center seam crack, has the perfect round fat but not overwhelming fifties Gibson... Figure about half of these are destroyed or modified.... Cherry Sunburst, nice late sixties Gibson flat top, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, bound rosewood fingerboard with double parallelogram inlays, classic Hummingbird pickguard, slim taper neck profile, has a repaired top crack... Paul did not play a ‘’63 or ’65, he played a 1964 Texan…not in sunburst but natural finish. A nice all solid-wood mahogany guitar with original Brazilian rosewood bridge and matching Brazilian fingerboard, tortoiseshell binding, factory large frets, Grover tuners added, comes in deluxe newer hard case.Even before the world was introduced to these iconic axes, Gibson was rolling right along.