List of products manufactured by Gibson Guitar Corporation

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This is a list of Gibson brand of guitars manufactured by Gibson Guitar Corporation, alphabetically by category then alphabetically by product (lowest numbers first). The list excludes other Gibson brands such as Epiphone.

Guitars[edit]

Acoustic guitars[edit]

Electric guitars[edit]

Hollowbody and Semi-Hollowbody guitars[edit]

Solidbody guitars[edit]

Bass Guitars[edit]

Amplifiers[edit]

Mandolin Family[edit]

Acoustic[edit]

Electric[edit]

  • Hollowbody
    • EM-100 Mandolin (1938-1940) Acoustic-Electric A-style with F-Holes; Charlie Christian-style pickups with rounded ends
    • EM-125 Mandolin (1941-1943) Acoustic-Electric A-style with F-Holes; Charlie Christian-style pickups with rounded ends
    • EM-150 Mandolin (1936-1971) Acoustic-Electric A-style with F-Holes; Charlie Christian pickups (1936-1941); "sawed-off P-90" (rectangular screw pole) pickup (1941-1949); "Soapbar" P-90 style pickups (1949-1971)
    • F-5E Mandolin (1950s) Acoustic-Electric F-style; "sawed-off P-90" (rectangular screw pole) pickups
    • H-1E Mandola (193?-194?) Acoustic-Electric A-style with F-Holes; Charlie Christian pickups
    • H-5E Mandola (193?-194?) Acoustic-Electric F-Style; Charlie Christian pickups/"sawed-off P-90" (rectangular screw pole) pickups

Gibson also reportedly produced a number of electric Mandocellos, starting in 1937.[5]

  • Solidbody
    • EM-200 (1954-1971) "The Electric Florentine" Solidbody Electric; "sawed-off P-90" (rectangular screw pole) pickup
    • EMS-1235 Mandolin/Guitar (late 1950s-late 1960s) Semi-hollow body double-neck electric guitar/mandolin; "Soapbar" P-90 style pickups. Some also as mando/bass and mando/tenor guitar.

Banjos[edit]

Violin Family[edit]

Gibson ventured into the manufacture of violin-family instruments from 1939 until 1942. Supplies of commercial violins from Germany and Japan were unavailable due to World War II, giving American manufacturers a period of protection from overseas competition [6]

  • Violins
    • Model V-15
    • Model V-35
  • Violas
  • Cellos
    • Model G-110
  • Double Basses

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