Gibson ES-150 1947


Product Code: GE1669

$ 3,500.00
$ 3,500.00

First produced in the 1930's, the ES-150 was Gibson's first electric archtop guitar and the first model in the ES lineup. This model was made popular by Jazz and Swing guitarist, Charlie Christian. Upon its post-war reintroduction in the later 40's, it featured a laminated maple body, 17" lower bout, and single P-90 pickup. The finish of this particular example is very clean and almost looks new. Both the tuners and the pickguard are replaced and the neck has had a refret.


  • Top Wood - Laminated Maple 
  • Back/Side Wood - Laminated Maple 
  • Neck - Honduran mahogany, headstock with old script logo
  • Fingerboard/Bridge Wood - Rosewood
  • Nut width - 1 11/16"
  • Scale Length - 25.5"
  • Pickup(s) - Original P-90
  • Tailpiece - Original nickel trapeze
  • Tuners - Original open-back Kluson-style
  • Case - Non-original hard case

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