Based on the famed guitar that was presumed lost for decades, this Gibson Custom iteration features Custombucker pickups and is given the VOS treatment.
This lefty J-45 Standard puts powerful tone in the hands of any southpaw. The guitar's LR Baggs VTC electronics will make you sound your best on any stage.
Featuring a WWII-era Banner headstock, this small-bodied Gibson LG-2 model explodes with distinct tone thanks to a thermally aged Adirondack red spruce top.
The Gibson Hummingbird Studio Walnut sports a solid spruce top and solid walnut back and sides for crisp and clear tone that has been loved by so many.
Get your hands on the original workhorse acoustic. This '50s J-45 features a Sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides for a powerful yet familiar tone.
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.
With a classic side-pull vibrato arm, nickel-plated hardware, and fiery BurstBuckers, the Gibson SG Standard '61 Sideways Vibrola electric is ready to rock.
Pick up a Les Paul Standard to create the same tones that have defined music for over half a century. This version is a mirror image of the righty Standard.
Gibson's Custom Shop takes you back to 1960 with this unique guitar -- a P90-loaded tone machine just like the real vintage double-cutaway Les Paul Specials.
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.
Introduced in 1960, the Hummingbird would go on to become Gibson's square-shouldered tone machine. This model features an adjustable saddle and thin finish.
Loved by blues and folk players for its unique sound, the small-bodied Gibson L-00 Studio Walnut is easy to play and is a great addition to any collection.
Southpaws rise up! This Gibson Les Paul Standard '60s has a Slim Taper neck profile and Burstbucker 61 R and T pickups for that vintage tone we all crave.