1967 GIBSON J50ADJ NAT Standard

October 18th, 2011 by admin Leave a reply »

Gibson 1967 Trini Lopez Standard Hollow Body Electric Guitar Cherry


Gibson 1967 Trini Lopez Standard Hollow Body Electric Guitar Cherry


$5999.99


Made In: United States. This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 1967 Gibson GSS-50 Guitar Combo Amp


Gibson 1967 1967 Gibson GSS-50 Guitar Combo Amp


$249.99


Speakers changed.

Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V With Maestro Electric Guitar Antique Natural


Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V With Maestro Electric Guitar Antique Natural


$4124


“Russia has launched her satellite, perhaps to the embarrassment of the U.S., but the Gibson folks have come forth with their own ‘first’the futuristic ‘Flying V’ guitar.”Gibson Gazette, November 1957When Gibson unveiled the Flying V as part of its Modernistic Series in 1958alongside its partner, the Explorerthe guitar world just wasnt ready for this sleek vision of the future. But there was no turning back, as these unique sculptures of musical innovation changed forever the way electric guitars were to be conceived, perceived and designed. Their solid Korina wood bodies and necks were carved into super-angular shapes with no discernible bouts, wastes or traditional cutaways of any sort. The Flying V was even verging on impossible to play sitting downyet who could sit for long while playing an instrument like this anyway? The Flying V was made for strutting, swaggering, wailing rock. Its just that no one quite realized it at the time. Realistically, the Modernistic models were aimed at a music that had yet to be born. But in the late 1960s and into the 70s when heavy rock ruled stadium stages all over the world, these bold guitars became the ultimate incarnations of the music. From the time of their birth, however, until their deletion in 1960, less than 200 units of both models were manufactureda reality that eventually made them some of the most sought-after guitars in the world.Body Body shape: V Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Flying V Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: 1-piece Rosewood Radius: 12″ Fret size: Reissue  Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dots  Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: CustomBucker Middle: Not applicable Bridge: CustomBucker Brand: Gibson Custom Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Not applicable Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: ABR Tailpiece: Maestro vibrato Tuning machines: Kluson deluxe Color: Nickel Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Body shape Case: Hardshell case Accessories: Certificate of authenticity Country of origin: United States

Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V with Maestro Electric Guitar Antique Natural


Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V with Maestro Electric Guitar Antique Natural


$4124


“Russia has launched her satellite, perhaps to the embarrassment of the U.S., but the Gibson folks have come forth with their own ‘first’the futuristic ‘Flying V’ guitar.”Gibson Gazette, November 1957When Gibson unveiled the Flying V as part of its Modernistic Series in 1958alongside its partner, the Explorerthe guitar world just wasnt ready for this sleek vision of the future. But there was no turning back, as these unique sculptures of musical innovation changed forever the way electric guitars were to be conceived, perceived and designed. Their solid Korina wood bodies and necks were carved into super-angular shapes with no discernible bouts, wastes or traditional cutaways of any sort. The Flying V was even verging on impossible to play sitting downyet who could sit for long while playing an instrument like this anyway? The Flying V was made for strutting, swaggering, wailing rock. Its just that no one quite realized it at the time. Realistically, the Modernistic models were aimed at a music that had yet to be born. But in the late 1960s and into the 70s when heavy rock ruled stadium stages all over the world, these bold guitars became the ultimate incarnations of the music. From the time of their birth, however, until their deletion in 1960, less than 200 units of both models were manufactureda reality that eventually made them some of the most sought-after guitars in the world.Body Body shape: V Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Flying V Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: 1-piece Rosewood Radius: 12″ Fret size: Reissue  Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dots  Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: CustomBucker Middle: Not applicable Bridge: CustomBucker Brand: Gibson Custom Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Not applicable Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: ABR Tailpiece: Maestro vibrato Tuning machines: Kluson deluxe Color: Nickel Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Body shape Case: Hardshell case Accessories: Certificate of authenticity Country of origin: United States

Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V With Maestro Electric Guitar Faded Cherry


Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V With Maestro Electric Guitar Faded Cherry


$4124


“Russia has launched her satellite, perhaps to the embarrassment of the U.S., but the Gibson folks have come forth with their own ‘first’the futuristic ‘Flying V’ guitar.”Gibson Gazette, November 1957When Gibson unveiled the Flying V as part of its Modernistic Series in 1958alongside its partner, the Explorerthe guitar world just wasnt ready for this sleek vision of the future. But there was no turning back, as these unique sculptures of musical innovation changed forever the way electric guitars were to be conceived, perceived and designed. Their solid Korina wood bodies and necks were carved into super-angular shapes with no discernible bouts, wastes or traditional cutaways of any sort. The Flying V was even verging on impossible to play sitting downyet who could sit for long while playing an instrument like this anyway? The Flying V was made for strutting, swaggering, wailing rock. Its just that no one quite realized it at the time. Realistically, the Modernistic models were aimed at a music that had yet to be born. But in the late 1960s and into the 70s when heavy rock ruled stadium stages all over the world, these bold guitars became the ultimate incarnations of the music. From the time of their birth, however, until their deletion in 1960, less than 200 units of both models were manufactureda reality that eventually made them some of the most sought-after guitars in the world.Body Body shape: V Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Flying V Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: 1-piece Rosewood Radius: 12″ Fret size: Reissue  Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dots  Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: CustomBucker Middle: Not applicable Bridge: CustomBucker Brand: Gibson Custom Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Not applicable Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: ABR Tailpiece: Maestro vibrato Tuning machines: Kluson deluxe Color: Nickel Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Body shape Case: Hardshell case Accessories: Certificate of authenticity Country of origin: United States

Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V With Maestro Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst


Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V With Maestro Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst


$4124


“Russia has launched her satellite, perhaps to the embarrassment of the U.S., but the Gibson folks have come forth with their own ‘first’the futuristic ‘Flying V’ guitar.”Gibson Gazette, November 1957When Gibson unveiled the Flying V as part of its Modernistic Series in 1958alongside its partner, the Explorerthe guitar world just wasnt ready for this sleek vision of the future. But there was no turning back, as these unique sculptures of musical innovation changed forever the way electric guitars were to be conceived, perceived and designed. Their solid Korina wood bodies and necks were carved into super-angular shapes with no discernible bouts, wastes or traditional cutaways of any sort. The Flying V was even verging on impossible to play sitting downyet who could sit for long while playing an instrument like this anyway? The Flying V was made for strutting, swaggering, wailing rock. Its just that no one quite realized it at the time. Realistically, the Modernistic models were aimed at a music that had yet to be born. But in the late 1960s and into the 70s when heavy rock ruled stadium stages all over the world, these bold guitars became the ultimate incarnations of the music. From the time of their birth, however, until their deletion in 1960, less than 200 units of both models were manufactureda reality that eventually made them some of the most sought-after guitars in the world.Body Body shape: V Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Flying V Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: 1-piece Rosewood Radius: 12″ Fret size: Reissue  Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dots  Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: CustomBucker Middle: Not applicable Bridge: CustomBucker Brand: Gibson Custom Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Not applicable Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: ABR Tailpiece: Maestro vibrato Tuning machines: Kluson deluxe Color: Nickel Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Body shape Case: Hardshell case Accessories: Certificate of authenticity Country of origin: United States

Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V with Maestro Electric Guitar Faded Cherry


Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V with Maestro Electric Guitar Faded Cherry


$4124


“Russia has launched her satellite, perhaps to the embarrassment of the U.S., but the Gibson folks have come forth with their own ‘first’the futuristic ‘Flying V’ guitar.”Gibson Gazette, November 1957When Gibson unveiled the Flying V as part of its Modernistic Series in 1958alongside its partner, the Explorerthe guitar world just wasnt ready for this sleek vision of the future. But there was no turning back, as these unique sculptures of musical innovation changed forever the way electric guitars were to be conceived, perceived and designed. Their solid Korina wood bodies and necks were carved into super-angular shapes with no discernible bouts, wastes or traditional cutaways of any sort. The Flying V was even verging on impossible to play sitting downyet who could sit for long while playing an instrument like this anyway? The Flying V was made for strutting, swaggering, wailing rock. Its just that no one quite realized it at the time. Realistically, the Modernistic models were aimed at a music that had yet to be born. But in the late 1960s and into the 70s when heavy rock ruled stadium stages all over the world, these bold guitars became the ultimate incarnations of the music. From the time of their birth, however, until their deletion in 1960, less than 200 units of both models were manufactureda reality that eventually made them some of the most sought-after guitars in the world.Body Body shape: V Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Flying V Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: 1-piece Rosewood Radius: 12″ Fret size: Reissue  Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dots  Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: CustomBucker Middle: Not applicable Bridge: CustomBucker Brand: Gibson Custom Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Not applicable Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: ABR Tailpiece: Maestro vibrato Tuning machines: Kluson deluxe Color: Nickel Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Body shape Case: Hardshell case Accessories: Certificate of authenticity Country of origin: United States

Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V with Maestro Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst


Gibson Custom 1967 Flying V with Maestro Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst


$4124


“Russia has launched her satellite, perhaps to the embarrassment of the U.S., but the Gibson folks have come forth with their own ‘first’the futuristic ‘Flying V’ guitar.”Gibson Gazette, November 1957When Gibson unveiled the Flying V as part of its Modernistic Series in 1958alongside its partner, the Explorerthe guitar world just wasnt ready for this sleek vision of the future. But there was no turning back, as these unique sculptures of musical innovation changed forever the way electric guitars were to be conceived, perceived and designed. Their solid Korina wood bodies and necks were carved into super-angular shapes with no discernible bouts, wastes or traditional cutaways of any sort. The Flying V was even verging on impossible to play sitting downyet who could sit for long while playing an instrument like this anyway? The Flying V was made for strutting, swaggering, wailing rock. Its just that no one quite realized it at the time. Realistically, the Modernistic models were aimed at a music that had yet to be born. But in the late 1960s and into the 70s when heavy rock ruled stadium stages all over the world, these bold guitars became the ultimate incarnations of the music. From the time of their birth, however, until their deletion in 1960, less than 200 units of both models were manufactureda reality that eventually made them some of the most sought-after guitars in the world.Body Body shape: V Body type: Solid body Body material: Solid wood Top wood: Not applicable Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Flying V Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Set-in Scale length: 24.75″ Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: 1-piece Rosewood Radius: 12″ Fret size: Reissue  Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Dots  Nut width: 1.687″ (42.8mm) Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: CustomBucker Middle: Not applicable Bridge: CustomBucker Brand: Gibson Custom Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Not applicable Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: None Controls Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: ABR Tailpiece: Maestro vibrato Tuning machines: Kluson deluxe Color: Nickel Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Body shape Case: Hardshell case Accessories: Certificate of authenticity Country of origin: United States

Gibson Electric Steel Guitars: 1935-1967


Gibson Electric Steel Guitars: 1935-1967


$41.07


This book recounts the story of all the electric steel guitars – or electric "Hawaiian" guitars, as they were called during most of their tenure – that were built by Gibson between 1935 and 1967. Hawaiian guitars were the most popular form of electric guitars until the 1950s, and they contributed to some crucial developments in pickups and amplification in addition to lending their voice to the earliest solid body electrics. Aesthetically, the early postwar instruments are also amongst the coolest designs ever produced by Gibson. *Over 450 illustrations, including a wealth of color pictures, catalog reproductions, and patent drawings * A comprehensive section on dating instruments as well as detailed shipping totals for the 1935-1967 period.

Gibson 1967 J45 Acoustic Guitar Sunburst


Gibson 1967 J45 Acoustic Guitar Sunburst


$2599.99


This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 Sjn Acoustic Guitar Natural


Gibson 1967 Sjn Acoustic Guitar Natural


$2399.99


Made In: United States. This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 EB2 Electric Bass Guitar Cherry


Gibson 1967 EB2 Electric Bass Guitar Cherry


$2699.99


This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 J50 Acoustic Guitar Natural


Gibson 1967 J50 Acoustic Guitar Natural


$2099.99


Rough, finish checking, major wear. This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 EB2D Electric Bass Guitar Cherry


Gibson 1967 EB2D Electric Bass Guitar Cherry


$1599.99


Headstock Repair, Non Original Case. This product comes with a case.

Gibson Gibson Standard Mug, 14 Oz Black


Gibson Gibson Standard Mug, 14 Oz Black


$9.99


This classic, logo-ed, classy black mug holds 14-ounces of the beverage of your choice.Ceramic body with a classic, contoured style, featuring the timeless Gibson logo in whitematte outer coat and high-gloss inner finish.Ear-shaped handle fits 4 fingers comfortablyMicrowave & dishwasher safe, hand-wash recommended

Gibson Gibson Standard Mug, 14 oz Black


Gibson Gibson Standard Mug, 14 oz Black


$9.99


This classic, logo-ed, classy black mug holds 14-ounces of the beverage of your choice.Ceramic body with a classic, contoured style, featuring the timeless Gibson logo in whitematte outer coat and high-gloss inner finish.Ear-shaped handle fits 4 fingers comfortablyMicrowave & dishwasher safe, hand-wash recommended

1967-1970


1967-1970


$24.99


By The Beatles. For guitar and voice. Hal Leonard Guitar Recorded Versions. Classic Rock, Britpop and Psychedelic Rock. Difficulty: medium. Guitar tablature songbook. Guitar tablature, standard notation, vocal melody, lyrics, chord names, guitar notation legend and strum and pick patterns. 168 pages. Published by Hal Leonard

Hal Leonard Gibson Electric Steel Guitars 1935-1967


Hal Leonard Gibson Electric Steel Guitars 1935-1967


$54


This book recounts the story of all the electric steel guitars – or electric Hawaiian guitars, as they were called during most of their tenure – that were built by Gibson between 1935 and 1967. Hawaiian guitars were the most popular form of electric guitars until the 1950s, and they contributed to some crucial developments in pickups and amplification in addition to lending their voice to the earliest solid body electrics. Aesthetically, the early postwar instruments are also amongst the coolest designs ever produced by Gibson. Over 450 illustrations, including a wealth of color pictures, catalog reproductions, and patent drawingsA comprehensive section on dating instruments as well as detailed shipping totals for the 1935-1967 period.Hardcover160 pagesSize: 11″ x 8-1/2″Author: A. R. DuchossoirISBN: 1423457021

Gibson 1967 Melody Maker Solid Body Electric Guitar Cardinal Red


Gibson 1967 Melody Maker Solid Body Electric Guitar Cardinal Red


$1899.99


This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 EB-2D Electric Bass Guitar Sunburst


Gibson 1967 EB-2D Electric Bass Guitar Sunburst


$2499.99


Made In: United States. This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 EB2 Electric Bass Guitar Sparkling Burgundy


Gibson 1967 EB2 Electric Bass Guitar Sparkling Burgundy


$2499.99


This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 ES330TD Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sparkling Burgundy


Gibson 1967 ES330TD Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sparkling Burgundy


$4199.99


Save BIG when you buy today!

Gibson 1967 ES330TDC Hollow Body Electric Guitar Red


Gibson 1967 ES330TDC Hollow Body Electric Guitar Red


$5299.99


This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 ES335-12 Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sparkling Burgandy


Gibson 1967 ES335-12 Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sparkling Burgandy


$3499.99


uncovered patent number pickups, non original case.. This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 ES335 Hollow Body Electric Guitar Cherry


Gibson 1967 ES335 Hollow Body Electric Guitar Cherry


$4499.99


Made In: United States. This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 ES175D Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sunburst


Gibson 1967 ES175D Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sunburst


$3299.99


Made In: United States. This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 EB2 Electric Bass Guitar Tobacco Burst


Gibson 1967 EB2 Electric Bass Guitar Tobacco Burst


$1999.99


This product comes with a case.

Gibson 1967 Firebird III Solid Body Electric Guitar Sunburst


Gibson 1967 Firebird III Solid Body Electric Guitar Sunburst


$3499.99


pots=137-672x- replaced bridge- missing trem – No case.

Gibson 1967 B25-12 12 String Acoustic Guitar Natural


Gibson 1967 B25-12 12 String Acoustic Guitar Natural


$999.99


Save BIG when you buy today!

Gibson 1967 ES335 Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sunburst


Gibson 1967 ES335 Hollow Body Electric Guitar Sunburst


$6499.99


OHSC. This product comes with a case.
Advertisement

Comments are closed.