1964 Gibson Electric Guitars

16 page catalogue of Gibson electrics

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The 1964 Gibson Electric Guitars guitar and bass guitar catalogue. Companion to the Gibson Folk Instruments, which featured acoustics, banjos etc and Gibson Crestline Amplifiers catalogue produced at the same time. 16 pages. 11 inches x 8 1/2 inches. Full colour cover, two-colour/three-colour printing on other pages. This was the last Gibson catalogue (excluding pricelists and flyers of course) not to show instruments in full colour, yet the first to have a full colour cover. The 1966 Gibson catalogue was full colour throughout.

This catalogue introduces several new models, most notably the Firebird solid body guitars and Thunderbird bass, but also the Tal Farlow Artist jazz guitar, and the ES120T, "created for a volume market". It is the final appearance of the six string EB6 bass.

This catalogue features the following guitars. Click on the images for full size versions, or click on the model names below to jump to that page

Guitars:
Johnny Smith Guitar
Barney Kessel Guitar
Tal Farlow Guitar
Super 400 CES
L-5 CES
ES-175D
ES-125
Byrdland
ES-355TD-SV
ES-345TD
ES-335TD
ES-330TD
ES-125TC
ES-125T
ES-140T¾
ES-120T
Firebird V, VI
Firebird I, II
SG Standard, Custom, Special
SG-TV, Junior
Melody Maker

Basses:
Thunderbird II, IV
EB-0
EB-3
EB-6

Doublenecks:
Double 12
Double Mandolin
Double Bass

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