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Gibson Gospel Acoustic Guitar ( 1972-1979 )

1972 gibson gospel acoustic guitarThe gibson gospel guitar originated in 1972-73 and it was intended to be a deep sounding vocal backup instrument . It was a flat top , had square shoulders , arched back , maple neck ,

laminated maple back and sides and had a tortoise style body binding Were available only in natural finishes ( see pic ) .

The guitar was not only designed for gospel music , the gibson gospel acoustic guitar is also a wise instrument choice for bluegrass , folk, country music and even blues .

Gibson Gospel Reissue ( 1992 -1997 )1993 gibson gospel

In 1992 gibson again offered the gospel acoustic model , the reissue is actually superior compared to the original . Gibson chose mahogany over

maple for the reissue , it has multiple white binding , multi ply arched back ( very deep sounding ) , unbound rosewood fingerboard

with pearl dot inlays , scalloped braces like those on the more expensive models , and finishes were available in natural or sunburst .

Vintage Guitar Price Value For 2007 :
1972 - 1979 > $800 to $900 ( Gospel )
1992 - 1997 > $1000 to $1100 ( Gospel Reissue )

guitar price guideAvg Upward Trend of 6% a year since 2000 ( for both )


64 Comments

  Posted By : Anonymous Jarkko Lehtinen

Hello!
I have a Gibson acoustic guitar 100 years centennial model. Style: Gosbel and number: 91184045. I live in Finland and i bought it in jubilee year 1994. I don`t find any information about this model in internet. How many of these are mede and what it`s value is today? Guitar is same condition as a new. Sorry about my bad english. ;) I would be glad if you can post answer in my adress jazz@kotikone.fi

 

  Posted By : Anonymous domenic

I would be able to help you if you had the exact model , gibson made quite a few centennial guitars in 1994 .

only 100 guitars were made of each model .

i will post all the gibson centennial guitars along with their prices by monday may-29 ...im sure you'll find it helpful ....tnx

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

only 100 of each model of the 100 year aniversary editions?

i have a 1884-1994 100 year aniversary modlel...#93144028...bought it new in 1994. it's in great condition....i play it all all of the time...i had a martin gold thinline pickup installed because i play out a lot was sick of using a mic...the place that installed did a great gob.....it sounds great.

everyone who's ever picked up and played my guitar always say that i really love playing it, because it's very balanced and has such a full loud sound....which i personally love because i don't use a pick.

anyway...i think there were more than 100 of these made....it would be nice if that were true, but i don't think it is.

anyone else have information on the 1894-1994 100 years gibson gospel?

thanks
david
myspace.com/davidstackis

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

if it has a 100 year anniversary banner on the 12 fret or a medallion or coin in the back of the peghead , only 100 were made .

anyways ,whether a 100 were made or not , gospel guitars are awesome , i own 2 of them and i wouldnt trade them for any acoustic ,

i also find that these guitars are under rated.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

Hi,
What do you know about a Gibson model CL-20, SN#90488070? I cannot find any information about it on the web.
Thanks

 

  Posted By : Anonymous domenic

The reason you can not find info on this guitar is because they didnt last long on the market .

The cl-20 is not a vintage guitar , however they only made them in 1997 and were short lived in mid 98 .

This does not diminish the quality of the guitar , they are descent guitars , if i remeber correctly this model is a square shouldered flatop , it has abalone diamond shaped inlays on the fretboard ,laminated back and sides , mustache shaped bridge , and a pointed tortoise pickguard . The serial number you gave indicates that it was made in 1998 .

These guitars have a nice sound similar to the j-45 and j-50 but with fancier features ...

If you buy this guitar at $700 to $800 you are getting a real deal but i wouldnt pay more than $1300 for it ...

price guide lists it at $1400 to $1600 in mint condition .

 

  Posted By : Anonymous BillF

I have a 1977 Gibson Gospel that I bought around 1981. I've read on various sites that they were only made with the natural wood finish, but mine has a beautiful sort of sunburst finish that goes from blond to maroon to almost an ebony color. The neck has the same look. Has anyone heard of this model?

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

never heard of this model , gibson only started making gibson gospel guitars in sunburst colors in 1992 on their gospel reissues according to literature .

You should call gibson direct to make sure, they have a toll free number on their site.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

you're gibson gospel could have been refinished .

 

  Posted By : Anonymous BillF

It really looks like the original finish. Thanks, I'm contacting Gibson to see what I can find out.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I am wanting to purchase a Gibson Gospel or Gison Dove. You may contact me at sabarrett@starband.net

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

hello,

i sent the following message to the official gibson site over a week ago and received no reply as yet. maybe someone here can answer some of my questions. if so, please respond to my email:
walterb@videotron.ca
thanks.

hello,

i'm looking for any and all info about my gibson - the 100th anniversary reissue of the gospel (serial no. 9145 4020)

i ask because my wife and i were visiting a music store in montreal today, and when she asked about my guitar, which i had purchased there in 1994 (i believe) i realized i don't know very much about it.

what i'd like to know: the specs (materials used in construction, etc.), how many were made, how many were shipped to canada (and montreal), what the guitar might be worth these days, and any other information you might have.

also, i'm over-due for a change of strings. what do you recommend for someone who likes to play without a pick much of the time, but not always, likes a deep, full sound - but not necessarily at high volume (i know, i know - i want it all)?

thanks for your time.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

its funny i searched all my literature and i haven't found anything on a 100th anniversary gospel ... could be a centennial model , does it have a gold medallion on the neck ?

In 1994 gibson introduced a small number of limited edition centennial models which featured a medallion or coin on the peghead

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a 74 Gospel. It is far superior to the reissue in sound and projection. I have played both the original and reissue fequently as a friend owns a 95. the only problem is its plastic binding is brittle. Plastics were not made as well in the 70's. It is a tourtios binding to match the pickgaurd. I have played both the original and reissue fequently as a friend owns a 95. According to the guitar Blue book publications lists the original @ $1,250 - $1,500 in excellent condition, and I've seen them selling in this range. Well worth it as the arched back and hummingbird style bracing give it a sweet sound. The reissue goes for between 600 and 900. I think they got the price switched on this site.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous SAM

i had a 70s gospel and i had to let it go for $850 , i also followed ebay auctions for a while and never seen one sell for more than $1000 ...

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

WANTED: Gibson Gospel - year 1973 - will pay what it's worth if in decent condition. contact mike@thegrumps.com

 

  Posted By : Blogger Lauri

I have an opportunity to purchase a gibson gospel guitar for my husband...I am trying to get an idea of what the guitar is worth before going to meet with the gentleman. I am having a difficult time finding info on this guitar.

They claim to have bought it in the early 70's for $900. They paid an extra $200. for the hardshell case, (which is included in the sale)...

He said it is a 1972, but isn't sure and might be a 73'...It has the Mother of pearl eagle..on the back there is a Made in U.S.A....the serial number is 2 B006615...It also has the orange rectangular label inside...which he claims makes it more valuable. It also has the tortiose shell around the edge. The condition is said to be mint or near mint.

I always thought the number 2 indicated a second, therefore decreasing the value.

I know my husband really wants this guitar, but being as it is something I came across myself and want to suprise him with, I want to be prepared to offer a decent price and/or know the approx value going in.

If anyone can help, I would greatly appreciate it.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

serial number indicates that it was made in 1974-75 , all serial numbers on flat top guitars starting with a B followed with 6 digits were made in 74-75 ..

if its in excellent condition $800 to $1000 w/ case would be a fair price to pay . Anything lower is a deal , but i wouldn't pay more than $1000 ....

 

  Posted By : Anonymous lauri

Would that estimate be with the original hardshell case....I am seeing some cases from then run around $300.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

no this is without the case ...

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a 1970's model Gibson Gospel, the body is in good shape but the clear coat on top has some cracks. How can i fix this? About how much would it cost? Would it change the sound? Would it decrease the value? I would apreciate any info... thanks.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

Hey there,

I have a centennial Gibson Gospel. However, it is not marked by a gold medallion as I have heard mention here, rather it has a sticker on the inside that denotes its 100th year status. Do you know how many of these guitar were made and what prices the 1994's are going for?

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

centennial models are very hard to value , most of them are not in the price guide and theres very little literaure about them .. i think you should call gibson . they have a toll free number on their web site ..

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a 100th anniversary model (1994) but it has a line of natural wood tone going down the back of the neck(starting at the head stock and running to where the neck meets the body.) I have never seen another one like it. I wondering if anyone has any info or if I am looking at something unique here/

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I HAPPENED INTO A WILLIS MUSIC STORE IN 1992 WHILE MY WIFE WAS SHOPPING JUST TO KILL SOME TIME. I HAD BEEN GOING TO THIS STORE IN THE GREATER CINCINNATI ARE TO BY STRINGS AND TALK TO THE MANAGER FOR SOME TIME.THE MANAGERS NAME WAS SCOTT ( DONT KNOW HIS LAST NAME ) I SAID I HADNT SEEN THAT GIBSON IN HERE LAST WEEK. HE SAID, I WAS HOPING YOU WOULDNT PLAY THIS ONE WHEN HE HANDED IT TO ME. WHEN I STARTED PLAYING IT I COUL NOT BELIEVE THE SOUND! I WAS AMAZED AT THE SUSTAIN THE DEEP BASS AND THE RINING HIGHS.I REALLY WAS STUNNED THAT AN ACOUSTIC GUITAR COULD SOUND AND PLAY LIKE THIS GUITAR. I DIDNT HAVE A DIME TO MY NAME, I HANDED THE GUITAR BACK TO SCOTT AND SAID I WILL BE BACK IN 10 MINUTES.I RAN MY WIFE DOWN AND TOLD HER MY PLAN, LOOK WE HAVE NO MONEY TO SPARE SO STOP SHOPPING SO I CAN PUT THIS GUITAR IN LAY AWAY. ( THANK GOD THEY HAD LAY AWAY !) WELL SHE WAS FIT TO BE TIED BUT IT WAS ONE OF THE FEW TIMES I PUT MY FOOT DOWN AND SAID , LOOK WOMAN! YOUR MAN IS GETTIN A GUITAR! SO SHE GAVE IN ( I THINK IT WAS THE ONLY TIME SINCE) AND I PUT A GUITAR I REALLY COULDNT AFFORD IN LAY AWAY. SINCE I HAVE GOTTEN IT I HAVE PLAYED 100'S OF GUITARS AND I STILL AM IN LOVE WITH THIS GUITAR. I CAN NOT PUT IT DOWN. ITS SOUND ONLY GETS BETTER AS EVERY SEASON PASSES! IT IS NOW 15 YEARS OLD,AND IT SOUNDS LIKE SYMPHONY WHEN IT IS PLAYED!AND I AM NOT SAYING I AM A GOOD GUITAR PLAYER, I AM SAYING IT MAKES MY PLAYING BETTER,BECAUSE I ALWAYS HAVE THE FEELING I HAVE TO LIVE UP TO ITS STANDARDS. I AM NOT JUST SAYING IT BECAUSE IT IS MY GUITAR,I WOULDNT TRADE THIS GUITAR FOR ANY OTHER. I WOULDNT CONSIDER TRADING OR SELLING IT. I HAVE PUT IN MY WILL,THAT MY DAUGHTER WHEN SHE GETS IT IS TO SEE THAT IT NEVER LEAVES OUR FAMILY.I LOVE THIS GUITAR!IT THRILLS ME TO SEE HOW THE SOUND WILL CHANGE WITH EVERY YEAR. THE WOOD HAS YELLOWED SINCE I HAVE HAD IT. I HOPE THAT THE GUITAR WILL JUST KEEP MAKING ME SMILE! IF I EVER STOP PLAYING IT FOR ANOTHER, I SWEAR THAT THAT GUITAR WILL BE AN INCREDIBLE GUITAR!BUT NO MORE OF THAT TALK IWILL LEAVE PRAISING THE FINEST GUITAR I HAVE EVER PLAYED AND ENJOYED.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous nexxus

I have a 1994 Gibson Gospel semi-accoustic, Model GSAN AU, S/N 90474059. I called a shop in Michigan or Wisconsin (can't remember, but a funny name), and they gave me a retail price of $950.00, wholesale $600.00. They told me once a guitar reached 15 years old they would begin to appreciate in price. I hope to keep mine a long time. It has a better sound than anything that I've picked up so far. My only problem is that it has to have either a mic through a PA or an accoustic amp to bring out the sound if amplified. I have tried plugging it into a regular amp, but it sounded horrible. Maybe I haven't experimented with this part that much, as I have alway played it either without an amp or mic'd up through a PA with a good EQ.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Carin

Hi there...I have the gospel reissue made around 1993/94. I have really enjoyed it...BUT, now that I'm a pickier and better guitar player, I find that I really like the rich tone acoustically, but because there is a non-battery operated, low level bridge pick-up, when I plug it in, it's very twangy and has a tinny sound (esp. with the martin silk and steel strings I just put on it..) I've been experimenting with strings to try to get a rich but mellow sound out of it through a PA, instead of the twangy one...and I typically have to mic it instead...and it's amazing, because it you strum or pluck it close to the bridge, you can really hear the twang...but then strum it up by the finger board and it's much more mellow. I'm not sure I'm willing to invest in a different pick-up...for now I'll stick with trying diff. strings...SO...if anyone has any suggestions, I'm all ears..but also know I've had the same dissatisfaction when playing it plugged in. I seem to recall one of the sales guys we bought it from explaining that the design of the guitar was to be big sounding in acoustic situations...for what that's worth. I've had it for almost 15 years now. It was my first guitar, and though I'd love a Taylor or something with a deeper warmer sound...I'm not yet giving up on getting what I want out of this one. Not all guitar techies are the same either. Some seem to know what they're talking about more than others. I had one guy recommend the silk and steel for their mellowness, and another guy in the same shop tell me that they were the reason it was so tinny sounding. Rock on friends.

 

  Posted By : Blogger Robert

Hello,

Back in the 70's I bought a new 1975 Gibson Gospel - maple sides and back, laminated maple neck with ebony fret board, and sitka spruce top with ebony bridge. I used a set of strings that Gibson used to make, they were silk and steel strings - Set#666 - that gave the guitar a fantastic mellow tone. I loved that guitar; however, I am so glad that I sold it many years ago. As it turns out, those earlier Gospel guitars now have a big problem with the tortoise shell bindings disintegrating. If you look at a lot of the older guitars comming up for sale..and bids on ebay..you'll see dark spots developing in the finish between the side bindings and the top and/or the back. This is called "gassing out". The binding and the glue are having a reaction and the resulting chemical reaction is causing the bindings to deterioriate thus causing a weakening of the bindings. This can be repaired, but it is a very expensive undertaking. The whole guitar has to be rebound and refinished. It's really too bad because the guitar sounded so great.

Robert

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

Hello,
I've been reading about the Gibson Gospel model in an effort to ID mine. Going by the serial number it was made in '74,'75. No one has mentioned the dove with olive branch that is on the head stock. Is the dove a customary indicator that the box is a 'gospel' model as the orange and white label indicates? Or do I have a dove guitar? Thanks for the input and info...

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a 1974 gibson gospel and I'm trying to figure out what size strings were on it originally...Anyone know? Thanks so much!

 

  Posted By : Blogger jak.nurse

I am looking for a 1976-78 gospel that was white ash as opposed to maple. I bought one new in 1977 and it was stolen in 1979. I have always wanted another one. Thanks, jak

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

Jak.Nurse,

Sorry to say, but there were no 70's Gibson Gospels that were made of white ash. All of them were of maple. However, you apparently had a 1976, as did I, and the wood was so blond that it looked like ash. All of the gospels had maple sides with a maple plywood arched back, a sitka spruce top, and a three piece laminated maple neck. The only difference that I've seen in the gospels is that some had fretboards and bridges made of rosewood; however, most of them, including mine, had the ebony fretboard and bridge.

You might want to reconsider buying a gospel as the older models from the 70's have developed a structural problem - a chemical reaction between the tortoise shell inding, the glue used to put the binding on, and the finish put on the guitar. This chemical reaction is causing the binding to disintigrate. If you look at the guitar bindings at the junction of the sides and back, or sides and top, you will see some dark splotches in the finish. This is called "gassing out" and it is caused by the gas given off by the tortoise binding as it breaks down. Eventually the guitar need to be rebound and refinished...a very expensive proposition. I you've got lots of money to sink into fixing one go ahead. I will admit that the older Gospels sounded fantastic.

Rob

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

In regards to your comments about the CL-20, it is not a laminate, but has solid mahogany back and sides. It has wonderful sound and projection, and is a fabulous value for the price.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a Gibson Gospel # 90116015 and i cant find any info on it. Can some one please help.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I am going to see a Gospel, that is approximately the later 70's version. This guy bought it new, only played it a few times (he really isn't a player). It's been in his closet for decades.

What's the biggest thing to look for? I am more of a solidbody/LP guy. I see the comments about the finish gassing, bridges pulling up and general cracks. Is the gassing something that can happen anytime in it's life, or once it's "old enough" (whatever that is) it won't continue to react?

 

  Posted By : Blogger Anthony

Anyone know how common left handed version of the Gospel were? I just got a 1995 left handed version gospel (serial number 91015013) in a nice sunburst color.

I paid $800, is that fair for it? Ive not seen a left handed version ever.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

i had a 1994 gibson gospel acoustic. it sounded great. dont know the value though. left handed does seem rare. must be really a higher priced or special order item.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

This is for Lauri who is looking for a Gospel model for her husband. The people you are looking to buy the guitar from said they paid $900 for the guitar and $200 for the hardshell case. I also bought a new Gibson Gospel model in 1972 from a dealer for $385 and the hardshell case was $80. If they did pay the $900 for the guitar they were extreamly taken advantage of.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I am selling my Vintage Gibson Gospel for $850 with the original Hardshell case. A small piece of binding has chipped off, but other than that, Great condition. Contact me at Joshack@udel.edu if interested

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

what does the GSAN mean

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a "full blond" gospel. A114198 Can anyone help me in determining the age and value. i am a plunker but I enjoy the therepy. It has a battery pickup, but I have never had it plugged in. What kind of amp do I need? What strings should I buy? Thanks for any info, I am clueless! e-mail orphan55@comcast.net

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a Gobson Gospel guitar No 90115027. It has a sunbirst (tobacco) finish. Are you able to advise me whether this is a 1970's or a 1990's model. Is this guitar with this finish particularly unusual?

Martin

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have an 1994-1894 one hundred year annersary comemoretive model Gibson Gospel, serial # 91654032. Which I bought new in 94 at american music in Seattle. I have a few guitars, acoustic and electric, in every price range. This guitar was made by the thousands and not rare, evan less rare is the inferior 70's model which had a good long run for eight years. Gospels are a good buy, both the 70.s and reissue.the 94 has a far superior build, completely hand Lutherierd., this really shows up in its neck, mine really does practicly play itself. They both have a bold,huge presance for a skinny little flattop. Wonderfull sound.
when I am putting music to words, I always use the 94.
Its the Gospel
J. C.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a 93 Gibson Gospel, a friend of mine had not played it in years so i bought it off him for £800 its in mint condition never gigged. They sound great real good tone, and compered to my Larrivee Gospels are really light. i had a 70's southern jumbo deluxe but that double bracing they did at the time just dampened all the sound so i sold it.My SJ was not in the same league as the Gospel, they are pretty boring to look at and i think this has something to do with the low price, but none the less a good all round guitar.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have one of the Gibson Gospel reissues 93 or 94 and I can truly say I would not trade it for any other guitar out there. The sound is rich and loud and it seems you can feel it in your chest as you hold it and pick or strum. I recently had a pickup installed and it sounds great through my PA.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

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  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I just bought a 74 gospel binding is all fine..top has been repaired ..good and solid doesn't affect sound ..sounds like a cannon ..just put new Elixers on it original case..probably louder than mu Martin d16rgt and it is for sale by the way..make an offer

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I own a '75 Gibson Gospel #99161386, I bought it brand new in 1975. It was at that time a very light "blond" color, it has since turned a beautiful golden color. The sound and playability was incredible when I bought it but has improved 100 fold since. Many guys I know that are true pickers that I have let play my guitar ( which isn't too often, unless I trust them!) have drooled over her. I have had to have some work done on her over the years but there has not been any issues with the binding. I did have to have the pick guard replaced due to the issue with the glue but it was not an expensive fix at all, nor did it effect the sound, which has beautifully toned bass as well as incredibly sweet mids and highs. I too will never sell mine and also have it listed in my will, truly an heirloom!
As for the guy that said the reissues were superior, well, quite frankly he either had them reversed as one gentleman ( or lady) stated or he just doesn't have a clue what he's talking about! The reissues were a cheap imitation of the original and not a very good one at that! I was excited when they came out and thought about purchasing one until I looked at one and played it...oh my God!I once had an old plywood Stella Harmony that played and sounded better. It was an insult to put the Gospel name on that guitar, let alone the Gibson name! It did not. by the way, have an arched back but a flat one. The dove, as someone referenced (and was the trade mark on it) was a cheap applique and even the Gibson name was a decal rather than the original mother of pearl.
Just to confirm the guy that mentioned paying 300.00 for his in 72 and 80.00 for the case, is about right, as I paid about 500.00 for mine, which included the case in '75, at that time a lot of money for an ax!

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

is this binding issue and 'gassing out' common or just a few bloggers making a big deal of it? I saw a 76 model yesterday that was perfect. anyone else got comments?

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Gary Duncil

I have a 74 Gospel, when I got it new it had a problem with the tail piece which Gibson fix and have had no problem at all with the guitar, until about 6 month ago when the binding just started to disintegrate . I have stop playing it. My question is will Gibson cover the repair of this guitar since I am the original owner,, and if NOT what will it cost to fix it?

 

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I have a 1979 "factory Second" Gospel that I bought in 1980 new. It has a vertical scratch on the back and, as a result, the entire back and sides are dark, walnut-like, stain. It's one of the most unique instruments I've ever owned and I've never seen another like it. I bought it in Eureka, IL and traded in my 72' SG and my Gibson SG Amp (remember those?) before I went down to Nashville to go to College. Still have it. I've been surprised the resell hasn't tracked to a lot of other models but the model was kind of shoe horned in with the more popular J50. Cheers.

 

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  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I have a Gibson Gospel with the dove and olive branch on the key head. this guitar was built in kalamazoo Michigan.I don't know the date it was made but think late 60's early 70's. S/N 000053 it has the Gibson Guarantee placard with made in kalamazoo Mich. UNION MADE. the sound hole has a crack in it along the neck, still sounds great.I would like to know all about this guitar.I bought this new when I was a young guy living in Alamo mich, just noth of kalamazoo. from a fellow that worked for Gibson in kalamazoo in the early 70's His name was Lealand Brazee.
can anybody give me all the info on this? thank you
Kalhoondy@aol.com

 

  Posted By : Anonymous george parsons

what is the little round dot on the peghead under the gibson logo ? thank you kindly

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Dale Juby

I own a 76 Gospel stamp BNG on the back of the headstock.It was to be sold as a bargin to dealers ,I have heard.It has a small blemish near the binding of the spruce top below the pickguard and is stained dark walnut back and side and neck showing the grain nicely.It is a beatiful guitar built like a tank with soft action and great sound .The best I have ever had.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Dale Juby

You can see and hear my 76 gospel on youtube (Dale Juby)

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

i have 1 1973 gospel for sale on ebay right now

 

  Posted By : Blogger oilfield salesman

I recently purchased a 1994 Gibson gospel. It says "Gibson 100 Years" in the soundhole sticker. Does this make it more valuable than other Gibson Gospels?

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

I also purchased a 100 year 1994 Gospel new, model #91524019. It also has the Gibson 100 Years decal. As far as being more valuable, It's my understanding that 100 year sticker or not, price will be very similar. A Gospel is what it is, a very very under rated guitar very quality guitar. I also own a 814ce Taylor & 414ce Taylor, I would sale both to be able to keep my Gospel.

 

  Posted By : Anonymous Anonymous

@BillF

My blue book info indicates that 470 sunburst finish were made.

You have a rare one... keep it!

 

  Posted By : Blogger GaryK2

I saw a comment about not sounding good through an amp - is that with or without built-in electronics? I have the "AV" anniversary model which stands for AccuVoice. It has volume and tone controls with 1/4" and balanced output jacks. It cranks through an amp. Does anyone know what the mix was for plain acoustic and electric/acoustic or "AV" models?

 

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