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At the time, I understood the ES125 was vintage, but had no idea that it was just a regular Gibson student model. Rich, ESP, Jackson, Dean, and Ibanez which were played by my favorite bands such as Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax, Megadeth and Testament.

It had the basic Kluson strip tuners and P-90 pickup. The reason I had purchased it in the first place was that I was trying to learn a new genre of music - Growing up as a teenager in the '80's I gravitated to hard rock and heavy metal. These guitars play fast and loud which is great, but when trying to learn chord shapes and progressions, I wanted something more boxy, something with a little more history. After attending several guitar shows and being exposed to all makes, models, eras and brands, I found that I was most interested in Gibson.

Orlando, Spartanburg, Nashville, Dallas, and Arlington are on the schedule for this year.

Just like vintage cards and classic baseball cards, guitars can be very, very old.

If documentation is not available, contact the seller of the instrument as they may have that information on record.

See what we have in stock now, bookmark the page, and check back often for guitar, amplifiers, ukuleles, and mandolins.The most amazing fact about Gibson is that they were first to market with the very first electric guitar, the 1936 ES150 (although many sources state that the first ES150's were shipped starting in 1937).Many manufacturers at the time had been working on the idea (the concept of electrifying a guitar had been around since the 1920's) and Rickenbacker marketed the early 1930's 'frying pan' lapsteel; but Gibson was the winner for marketing the first electric guitars.The headstock, inside of the guitar, and the back of the neck are the most common locations of serial numbers.If the owner still has trouble locating the serial number, check any receipt documentation that came with the guitar.

See what we have in stock now, bookmark the page, and check back often for guitar, amplifiers, ukuleles, and mandolins.

The most amazing fact about Gibson is that they were first to market with the very first electric guitar, the 1936 ES150 (although many sources state that the first ES150's were shipped starting in 1937).

Many manufacturers at the time had been working on the idea (the concept of electrifying a guitar had been around since the 1920's) and Rickenbacker marketed the early 1930's 'frying pan' lapsteel; but Gibson was the winner for marketing the first electric guitars.

The headstock, inside of the guitar, and the back of the neck are the most common locations of serial numbers.

If the owner still has trouble locating the serial number, check any receipt documentation that came with the guitar.

The first model GA-5 Les Paul was introduced in 1954.