Gibson

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. w.davidgriff@ntlworld.com

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

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Gibson Mastertone RB-5 5-String Banjo

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.

Price TBA upon completion.

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Gibson Mastertone TB-6

Formerly part of the Tsumura collection and can be found on page 730 of his book, "Banjo The Tsumura Collection-1920-1940". 1928. FON 9106-13. An extremely rare version of this classic Mastertone in blonde maple, 40 hole archtop tonering, 2-piece flange, gold plated with Bella Voce inlays and engravings, multicoloured Florentine neck and resonator bindings,

one odd tuner (original tuner supplied), faded plating, neck and resonator possibly refinished decades ago.

Supplied with a full appaisal and valuation by Joe Spann. OHSC. £7350 Photos

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Gibson Recording King Tenor Banjo

Made by Gibson in 1930 for retailer Montgomery Ward. This was the highest grade model they produced and was  based on thier "Style 6". It features many appointments found on high grade Mastertone banjos. These include, gold plating, maple rim, 40 hole archtop tone ring, multi-coloured (Florentine style) binding, engraved armrest and tension-hoop, hearts and flowers inlays and Planet tuners with solid pearl buttons. Unfortunately the heel has a crack, which was repaired and is solid. Incredibly rare.
Comes with a full appraisal/valuation by Joe Spann. OHSC. £3000  Photos
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