1960 Gibson GA-5T Skylark Tremolo

1960 Gibson GA-5T Skylark Tremolo

This 1960 Gibson GA-5T Skylark Tremolo was given as a gift along with a 1961 Gibson Les Paul Junior as a gift to a beginning musician in 1961. The student soon lost interest in music and both the guitar and amplifier went into storage. As a result, the amp was preserved…
1962 Gibson SG Special

1962 Gibson SG Special

Both the Les Paul Special and SG Special have long since been the more affordable, P-90 equipped part of Gibson's solid body offerings. In 1961, the Special was the first of the lineup to be completely devoid of the "Les Paul" name while the Junior retained the silk screen and the…
1952 Gibson LG-3

1952 Gibson LG-3

The LG-3 is distinguished from the LG-2 by its natural finished, high grade Spruce top and lightly stained Mahogany back and sides. Other construction features include a 24 3/4" scale length, 14 1/2" wide body and an X braced top. This model was the fanciest and most expensive small body Gibson…
1964 Fender Bassman 6G6-B

1964 Fender Bassman 6G6-B

The Fender Bassman has been a favorite of guitar players since its introduction in 1952. The first versions of the Bassman utilized a single 15" speaker but was soon redesigned with four 10" speakers and dual rectifier tubes. The Bassman became a piggy-back amplifier in 1960 when the 6G6-A version…