Gibson Discontinued Guitar Models 1999-

Posted on: December 8, 2010

SG Gothic, X-plorer Gothic, Gothic V)
2001 Paul Standard
2002 Les Paul Special
2007 Guitars of the Week
Ace Frehley Signature Les Paul
All American II
Blues Hawk
Chet Atkins CE/CEC originally manufactured by Gibson Montana
Chet Atkins SST
Chet Atkins Studio CE/CEC
Classic Premium Plus
Custom Plus
Firebird VII – Vintage Sunburst, Blue Mist and Copper finishes
Flying V Faded
Gary Moore Signature Les Paul
Gem Series
Gibson Gothics (Nikki Sixx Blackbird Bass, Les Paul Gothic,
Jimmy Page Signature Les Paul
Joe Perry Signature Les Paul
Les Paul Classic – Copper Natural, Lightburst and Heritage Cherry Sunburst finishes
Les Paul Classic DC
Les Paul Classic Premium Plus
Les Paul DC Standard
Les Paul DC Studio
Les Paul Deluxe
Les Paul Deluxe Bass
Les Paul Junior
Les Paul Junior Special
Les Paul Junior Special – Humbuckers
Les Paul Melody Maker
Les Paul Smartwood Exotics
Les Paul Special Bass
Les Paul Special SL
Les Paul Special w/ Humbuckers – Worn Ebony and Worn Yellow finishes
Les Paul Standard – Original Sparkle Finishes (Frost, Crimson, Sterling)
Les Paul Standard – Sparkle Finishes (Blue, Green, Diamond)
Les Paul Standard Lite
Les Paul Standard Mahogany
Les Paul Standard Plus
Les Paul Studio – Blue Teal Flip-Flop finish
Les Paul Studio Limited
Les Paul Studio Plus – Trans Red finish
Les Paul Voodoo
Nighthawk Custom 3 pickup w/Floyd Rose
Nighthawk Special, 3 pickup
Nighthawk Standard, 2 pickup
Pete Townshend Signature SG
SG Classic
SG Deluxe
SG Special Faded
SG Supreme Humbuckers Original Finishes
SG Supreme w/ P-90s
SG Voodoo
SG/Les Paul with the Gibson Lyre deluxe vibrola
SG-Z Bass
Special
Special Double Cutaway
Standard Plus
Studio Lite
The Gothic ES-135
The Gothic ES-335
The Hawk
The Last of the Centennials
The Paul II
The Paul SL
Thunderbird IV – Ebony Stain, Natural, and Natural Burst finishes
Tony Iommi Signature SG
Voodoo V
X-plorer Pro
X-plorer Studio
X-plorer Voodoo

2 responses to “Gibson Discontinued Guitar Models 1999-”

  1. wannabe

    Gibson is the big name… But there are many more cool craft build guitars. I do not own them they are too expensive for me, but I would if I could

  2. spacealien

    what pisses me off is that you buy a $2800 les paul and the thing still needs to be set up

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