Gibson Johnny Smith Double 1964


Product Code: GE665

$ 9,500.00
$ 9,500.00

An outstanding archtop formerly owned by a trio of fantastic players! The guitar was first owned by polka star Ron Sluga, then by Joey Miskulin of Riders in the Sky, before finally ending up in the hands of Duke Dumas (J.D. Sumner & the Stamps, Chuck Wagon).

The Johnny Smith Double was introduced in '63 and was produced until '89. The model features a pair of floating mini-humbuckers with a 3 way switch, 2 tone, and 2 volume knobs that are mounted on the pickguard. 

This particular example is in excellent condition with only a few small areas of finish touchup. Comes with the original Lifton case with zippered cover.  


  • Top Wood - Spruce
  • Back/Side Wood - Maple
  • Fingerboard Wood - Ebony
  • Scale Length -25"
  • Nut Width - 1 3/"
  • Pickup(s) - mini-humbuckers 
  • Case - Original Lifton Hard Case w/ Cover

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