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Gibson Semi-Hollow and Hollow Body Electric Guitars

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When you're shopping for a classic guitar, it only seems right to go to the company that invented archtop guitars and made one of the very first hollow body electrics. It doesn't hurt that Gibson also grew to become one of the world's largest and best-known guitar manufacturers. For nearly a century, the designs of Gibson semi-hollow and hollow body electric guitars have been perfected, resulting in some of the highest-quality models on the market. So check out the choices in this section to find your next favorite guitar. Are you looking for a semi-hollow instrument with gorgeous looks and tone to match? Then the Gibson 2015 ES-335 Satin Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar is for you. With its Burstbucker pickups and capacitor, this guitar delivers harmonically rich, bright and balanced tone to stand out within your collection. Plus, the Grover Milk Bottle Rotomatic tuners and block fingerboard inlays create a cool, retro appearance. If you're a collector or professional jazz enthusiast, you'll certainly want to take a look at the Gibson Wes Montgomery L-5 CES Hollowbody Electric Guitar. Built to the precise specifications the custom Gibson jazz legend Wes Montgomery played in the 1960s, this instrument features a solid, carved maple body and spruce top with multi-ply binding, while 20-fet ebony fingerboard is decorated with gorgeous mother of pearl block inlays. It also has a Gibson 57 Classic neck pickup to deliver incredibly warm, full tone with beautifully balanced response. From late blues great B.B. King to George Harrison of The Beatles to American guitarist and songwriter Johnny A., many of the best guitarists in the world have used and continue to use Gibson semi-hollow and hollow body electric guitars to create their personal sounds. So if the clean, warm tones of this timeless class of instruments speaks to you, Gibson is the brand to look at first.