1955 Gibson ES-150

1955 Gibson ES-150

    "... The body of the ES-150 is 17" wide and 21" long, the same size and shape as the L-5. This guitar features the famous Gibson streamlined neck with easy play action for instant response, and in every respect is equipped with parts of the finest quality. Top…
1969 Gibson ES-150D

1969 Gibson ES-150D

"Gibson: new, ES-150DC. A showstopper from Gibson featuring exclusive Double Venetian Cutaway in a full, hollow bodied archtop guitar." The Gibson Electric Guitar Book (Walter Carter) estimates about 2,801 ES-150 guitars were produced by Gibson in Kalamazoo, MI from 1969 until 1974. This example from the first year of production is in remarkably clean, nearly unplayed…
1948 Gibson ES-150

1948 Gibson ES-150

The Gibson ES-150 was introduced in 1936 as Gibson's mid-grade electric archtop guitar. The 16 1/4" wide body and single coil pickup made it a near perfect instrument for the Jazz and big band ensembles of the day. After a short break during WWII, the ES-150 received a slightly larger…