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1963 Gibson ES-125T

$3,995.00
Year
1963
Manufacturer
Gibson
Model
ES-125T
Condition
Near Mint
Description

This is a museum quality all original 1963 Gibson ES-125T. Based on the original ES-125, the Gibson ES-125T electric guitar provided an entryway for guitarists to dive into the world of archtop guitars. The ES-125T was a thinline archtop that sported only one pickup: Gibson’s famous P-90. Though this is just one of many iterations of the ES-125 model, the thinline Gibson ES-125T played an important role in the evolution of the guitar.┬áThe ES-125T was one of Gibson’s 1950s/60s student models – although really a very nice thinline guitar indeed, having no fancy appointments, but being made from essentially the same materials, and using the same construction methods as all Gibson thinlines of the period. It was available as a full or 3/4 scale instrument, and with one or two pickups (ES-125TD). The 3/4 size and dual pickup models sold in considerably smaller numbers than the single pickup ES-125T. Its sunburst finish is almost like new in all respects all over this pretty thing. Its thin body feels great w/its full scale dot inlaid unbound rosewood neck. Its single black P-90 pickup is the most versitile pickup they made & has all tones covered from a mellow jazz to a bright crunchy rock tone. Its complete w/its original 50’s type 3-in-line Kluson tuners to its tortoise’gard to its 2 all gold knobs to its nickel trapeze tailpiece. Its truly near mint, 1 of the best extent having slight play time & no weather checking. Comes in a nice generic hard case.

1963 Gibson ES-125T

$3,995.00

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Description

This is a museum quality all original 1963 Gibson ES-125T. Based on the original ES-125, the Gibson ES-125T electric guitar provided an entryway for guitarists to dive into the world of archtop guitars. The ES-125T was a thinline archtop that sported only one pickup: Gibson’s famous P-90. Though this is just one of many iterations of the ES-125 model, the thinline Gibson ES-125T played an important role in the evolution of the guitar.┬áThe ES-125T was one of Gibson’s 1950s/60s student models – although really a very nice thinline guitar indeed, having no fancy appointments, but being made from essentially the same materials, and using the same construction methods as all Gibson thinlines of the period. It was available as a full or 3/4 scale instrument, and with one or two pickups (ES-125TD). The 3/4 size and dual pickup models sold in considerably smaller numbers than the single pickup ES-125T. Its sunburst finish is almost like new in all respects all over this pretty thing. Its thin body feels great w/its full scale dot inlaid unbound rosewood neck. Its single black P-90 pickup is the most versitile pickup they made & has all tones covered from a mellow jazz to a bright crunchy rock tone. Its complete w/its original 50’s type 3-in-line Kluson tuners to its tortoise’gard to its 2 all gold knobs to its nickel trapeze tailpiece. Its truly near mint, 1 of the best extent having slight play time & no weather checking. Comes in a nice generic hard case.

Additional information

Year

1963

Make

Gibson

Model

ES-125T

Condition

Near Mint

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