Featuring three Custombucker pickups and a Bigsby tailpiece, this Les Paul Custom is a recreation of Gibson's top-of-the-line model from 1957.
Meticulously crafted in Gibson's Custom Shop to match 1957 specs, this Goldtop has been tastefully aged in the Murphy Lab to look like a real vintage model.
Sporting a heavily aged look from Gibson's Murphy Lab, this single P90-equipped Les Paul Junior mimics the look, feel, and sound of a well-played workhorse.
Treated in the Murphy Lab to look like it's been heavily gigged for over 60 years, this '59 Les Paul is a clone of one of the most sought-after guitars ever.
Leaving no detail overlooked, from vintage dimensions to unpotted pickups, this lightly aged '59 Standard is about as close as you can get to the real thing.
Just like finding an untouched model that's been stored in an attic for years, this Ultra Light aged '59 Standard is built to the same spec as the originals.
From the Murphy Lab division of Gibson Custom, the 1961 ES-335 is a recreation of one of the most coveted semi-hollowbody guitars of all time.
Getting the Murphy Lab treatment, this Firebird V utilizes Firebird Alnico 5 pickups and a Maestro vibrola system just like a vintage example 1963.
Painfully recreated after vintage examples, this Gibson 1963 Les Paul Custom is packed with a trio of Custombucker pickups and a Maestro tailpiece.
Capture the spirit of an authentic '64 SG with this Custom Shop model. Subtly aged in the Murphy Lab, this SG also sports a vintage-spec Maestro Vibrola.
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the 1960 Les Paul, Gibson Custom has recreated the first Les Pauls made in 1960 with a slimmer neck profile.
Pick up a genuine Burst replica at a fraction of the cost of the real deal. This 60th Anniversary model features VOS treatment for that perfectly aged look.
Introduced in 1958, the Gibson ES-335 has been a mainstay in Gibson's lineup. Packed with T-type pickups, this guitar can play anything from jazz to rock.