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Gibson Moderne 2012 Natural (via Reverb)

Gibson Moderne 2012 Natural (via Reverb)

Gibson Corvus I Natural.  Interesting instruments.  I always thought this particular model looked like a mitten.

Gibson Corvus I Natural. Interesting instruments. I always thought this particular model looked like a mitten.

Mac Guitar - Monocaster

Mac Guitar - Monocaster

Gibson RD Artist Bass

Gibson RD Artist Bass

Gibson Moderne, 1983, Made with Korina Wood - Very Rare.  In fact, this is a reissue of a guitar no one is sure was ever produced in the first place.  I've heard that Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top claims to have one.  We'd love to see it Mr. Gibbons!

Gibson Moderne, 1983, Made with Korina Wood - Very Rare. In fact, this is a reissue of a guitar no one is sure was ever produced in the first place. I've heard that Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top claims to have one. We'd love to see it Mr. Gibbons!

My second ever guitar build.  Flying V copy I built for my nephew!  Mahogany body and neck, Gibson 500T and 498R pickups, Grover Tuners and Gotoh tailpiece and bridge.  CTS Pots and Orange Drop caps

My second ever guitar build. Flying V copy I built for my nephew! Mahogany body and neck, Gibson 500T and 498R pickups, Grover Tuners and Gotoh tailpiece and bridge. CTS Pots and Orange Drop caps

GIBSON 1980 FLYING V                                                                                                                                                     More

GIBSON 1980 FLYING V More

GIBSON J 200 guitare

GIBSON J 200 guitare

Here's a shot of Richard Gere's 1958 Gibson Flying V. Made of Korina wood with gold-plated hardware and in excellent condition, the guitar was originally owned by Albert King, the legendary bluesman who helped make the V the iconic instrument it is today. The guitar sold at auction for $74,500. Adding to its value is that Gibson allegedly sold fewer than 100 of the earliest Vs between '58 and '59.

Here's a shot of Richard Gere's 1958 Gibson Flying V. Made of Korina wood with gold-plated hardware and in excellent condition, the guitar was originally owned by Albert King, the legendary bluesman who helped make the V the iconic instrument it is today. The guitar sold at auction for $74,500. Adding to its value is that Gibson allegedly sold fewer than 100 of the earliest Vs between '58 and '59.

Gibson Custom Shop Limited '57 Single Pickup Les Paul Goldtop

Gibson Custom Shop Limited '57 Single Pickup Les Paul Goldtop

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