Vintage Gibson ES-150
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The Gibson ES-150 electric guitar has an important place in the company's history: it was one of the first successful guitars in the ES line, or the Electric Spanish series. Though manufacturing of the ES-150 began in 1936, it was stopped during World War II and then rereleased in '46 with a number of redesigned elements, such as the inclusion of a P-90 rather than a "Charlie Christian" pickup. Own a piece of history by grabbing a vintage Gibson ES-150.

Product Specs

  • ES-150
  • Sunburst
  • 1947 - 1955
Made In
  • United States

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Reviews for the Gibson ES-150 Electric Guitar
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  • Cool as they come

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    You can snag one of these 50s bad dogs for a fraction of the cost of your more well known semi hollows, and it sounds truly grand. The p90 is shockingly responsive to how you pick and where you pick. The single pickup causes you to change your playing for different tones rather than flip a switch. T…

  • 1954 Gibson ES-125

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    Great sounding guitar built the same year I was born.