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    Selling this vintage Gibson ES-175D made in 1953 in exc orig condition. Frets are excellent showing light wear, body and neck similarly show light playing wear ONLY. The neck is arrow straight, there are NO damages or repairs of any kind. Original tuner tips replaced in the sixties by Gibson [originals disintegrate), tuner machines are original. The original P90 pickups are terrific, measurements below, finish shows beautiful age patina, vintage brown Gibson case solid in and out. Happy to provide more detail and answer any questions, please inquire via pm or email for quick reply.
    $4600 firm, no trades.

    Jon
    jonbutcher2@mac.com

    Top: Maple Top
    Body: Maple Body
    Neck: One piece mahogany neck with bound Brazilian rosewood board and double parallelogram inlays
    Fingerboard: Brazilian Rosewood
    Neck Profile: medium/large "C"
    Neck Thickness (IN): 1st- .86" 12th- .96"
    Fingerboard Radius: 12.00
    Nut Width: 1-11/16 in
    Electronics: Original p90 pickups and pots, orange drops, neck 8.0k ohms, bridge 12.4k ohms
    Hardware: All original except for vintage replaced tuner tips
    Case: original brown hardshell case



























    Last edited by electricfactory; 05-05-2019 at 09:21 AM.

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    Beautiful example of a classic Gibson, great color too.
    Glwts....

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    Must......suppress.....the...... GAS..... !

    Beautiful instrument! Good luck with the sale, hope she finds a worthy new owner.

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    ah... why not in EU GLWS!

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    A classic instrument in beautiful condition. GLWTS!
    Best regards, k

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    Wow - that ES-175 is just stunning!

    It's amazing that it is in what appears to be perfect condition and it's 66 years old!!

    Someone is going to be very happy owning that guitar.

    Regards,
    Steven Herron
    Learn To Play Authentic Jazz Guitar

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    Here's a clip!


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    Why do you want to break the vintage market so hard?
    EmilP

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    Relisted after a terrible bout of Seller's remorse and cold feet!

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    That is a stunning example. GLWTS!

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    Is this guitar still available ?