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Gibson Certified Vintage Launches Next Round of Rare and Highly-Collectible Vintage Guitars

Gibson has a legacy of making world-class instruments since 1894 when Orville Gibson was crafting archtop mandolins. As a natural extension of Gibson’s passion for its unique instruments and the stories they tell, the history-making Gibson Certified Vintage program offers collectible vintage guitars authenticated, and certified directly by Gibson, with a new limited lifetime warranty and a certificate of vintage authenticity. All Gibson Certified Vintage guitars are sold via the Gibson Garage in Nashville, TN, call (615)933-6000; select models will available for purchase via https://www.gibson.com/en-US/Certified-Vintage.

Today the Gibson Certified Vintage program premieres the next five models, a 1969 Gibson Crest, 1959 ES-335, 1968 Dove, 1984 Explorer, and a 1987 Les Paul Custom. Explore Gibson Certified Vintage guitars below and check back for refreshed vintage offerings as each guitar is sold; for all details, visit: https://www.gibson.com/en-US/Certified-Vintage.

A world-first, the Gibson Certified Vintage features one-of-a-kind Golden Era blue-chip guitars, to unique, one-of-a-kind prototypes, celebrity-owned guitars, as well as 70s and 80s models directly from the Gibson Vault. In an industry first, all Gibson Certified Vintage guitars sold will receive a new lifetime limited warranty. All guitars will also come with a detailed letter of appraisal confirming the provenance and history of the instrument, and a certificate of authenticity, signed by Gibson’s Director of Brand Experience, Mark Agnesi. In addition to exclusive case candy, the buyers will be invited to visit the Gibson Garage in Nashville for a guided tour of the Gibson Vault.

Explore the next five guitars to debut in the Gibson Certified Vintage program, available now at: https://www.gibson.com/en-US/Certified-Vintage.

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