Gibson FDH Special
1938/9. Gibson FDH specials were made by in limited numbers for Francis Day and Hunter (music publishers and Gibson distributors) Charing Cross Road, London. Carved spruce top, bound with black and white chequer binding, inlaid with dots and split blocks. Wonderful condition. Offers Invited. Gig bag. Photos
Please contact the owner direct to discuss this instrument.

Gibson Les Paul Jnr
1962 Serial Number 122539. Gibson rock machine, cherry finish, feather weight SG style mahogany body and (wide thin) neck, rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 22 frets, original (broken) pickup, replaced bridge, crack by input (see photo), original 3-on-a-plate tuners, 1-11/16" nut, 24-3/4" scale. As can be seen by the photo's, this guitar has been used and somewhat uncared for. On the plus side it has been owned by a professional guitarist for the last twenty five years and everything works as it should. No case. Offers please. Photos


Gibson PB-5 Neck
1927. Refinished, perfect condition, no tuners. Offers please.


Gibson Mastertone RB-5

1927. Currently a PB5 and will be having a new neck made by Richie Dotson in Virginia, USA. One of only ten PB5's made with a 40 hole archtop tone-ring, original hardware including the rare mute. Replated and refinished. To find out more about this gloriuos instrument, or to register an interest in purchasing it, please use the link below.

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Gibson Mastertone TB5

In 1925, when this model was made, the walnut Style 5 was at the top of the Gibson range.  It featured, multicolored wood purfling, multicolored wood inlay on the back of the peghead, fancy iridescent binding to the neck and rim,  fiddle-shaped peghead, wreath pattern inlays, gold-plated Grover tuners with genuine pearl buttons, Kerschner tailpiece engraved “DeLuxe”, ball-bearing tone ring, bullet-hole skirt, gold plated and engraved metalwork.  In stunning original and unrestored condition. The original case comes with its key. £8000.  Photos


Gibson Mastertone TB6/Florentine The Andrew Metzgar Banjo
FON 9337-1, circa 1929.  This banjo is most likely unique and is an interesting mix of two of Gibson’s high-end Mastertone styles. The fingerboard inlays and chequerboard trim are typical of a Style 6, and the gold-plated hardware is engraved with the pattern used on the ornate Florentine, the Grover clamshell tailpiece is engraved "Florentine", two-piece flange, 40-hole archtop tone ring, deluxe Grover tuners with solid pearl buttons, armrest-activated mute (missing a wooded pad). Other features including mahogany wood, dark finish, and concentric rings of checkerboard purfling on the back of the resonator are not featured on any other standard Gibson model, leading to believe this instrument was custom made for Andrew Metzgar, whose name is engraved on the truss-rod cover, fitted with a Fishman rare-earth pickup, modern case.

Comes with a full written appraisal/valuation by Joe Spann. £9000.  Photos


Gibson Recording King

1930, FON 9617-8, as accredited in Joe Spann's book.

This was the highest grade model made by Gibson for Montgomery Ward and is listed in their catalogue as model #507. It features many of the appointments found on high-end Gibson's including-  curly maple, two-piece flange (with hexagonal openings), gold plated and engraved hardware, twin co-ordinator rods, solid pearl tuner buttons, 40-hole archtop tone ring. The resonator binding is of the "Christmas lights" variety as found on Florentine and Bella Voce models, the fingerboard inlays are identical to those used on the Style 6. Beautiful condition with no damage or repairs.  OHSC. Photos