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“Welcome to the guitar collection. On the second floor of our store we have on display over 300 guitars and more than 50 amps that I’ve accumulated over the years. The friends and customers that have visited us seem to really appreciate being able to view this, so we thought we would share it with our online friends and fellow guitar enthusiasts as well. Enjoy!”

– Dave Rogers

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  • ES-335, '61

    Sunburst, #10086.

  • ES-335, '63

    Sunburst, #139877.

  • ES-335, '64

    Sunburst, Serial # 66165.

  • ES-335, '64

    Cherry, Serial # 147790.

  • ES-335, '62

    Cherry, Serial # 51989.

  • ES-335, ’63

    Cherry, Serial # 113991. The Gibson ES-335 debuted in 1958 combining the best traits of solidbody and hollowbody guitars. The revolutionary new instrument was built using a solid center block… READ MORE

  • ES-335TD, ’67

    Pelham Blue, Serial # 871604. Gibson’s legendary double cutaway thinline, the ES-335, was introduced in 1958. Its classic elegant design is still a favorite today, and has been often imitated…. READ MORE

  • ES-335, '67

    Sparkling Burgundy, Serial # 170009. This guitar is weird not just because of the color, but because it has split parallelogram fingerboard inlays like an ES-345.

  • ES-295, '53

    Sunburst, Serial # A15572. The Gibson ES-295 was introduced in 1952 as the full sized hollow body complement to the solid body Les Paul Model also debuting that year.  While… READ MORE

  • ES-330, '67

    Sparkling Burgundy, Serial # 064094.

  • ES-225 TDN, ’59

    Natural In 1955 Gibson developed a line of thin-bodied electric guitars to appeal to players wanting a smaller more comfortable instrument, but without the weight of a solid body guitar…. READ MORE

  • ES-330, '61

    Cherry, Serial # 19764.

  • ES-295, '52

    Gold, Serial # A11855. You do not see these very often, This one is a bit weather checked and way too cool!

  • ES-350T, '57

    Sunburst, Serial # A25794.

  • L-7ED, '51

    Sunburst, Serial # A6788. With rare McCarty double pickup!

  • ES-350T, '58

    Natural, Serial # A28534. By the mid- 1950’s electric guitar players had two choices: either a full hollowbody electric guitar or a compact solidbody. Gibson had been receiving requests from… READ MORE

  • L-7C, '62

    Sunburst, Serial # 91553. From the Pete Allenov collection!

  • ES-350T, '57

    Sunburst, Serial # A24780. This one has a Byrdland tailpiece!

  • ES-175D, '55

    Natural, Serial # A21719.

  • Byrdland, '61

    Natural, Serial # 35014.

Recent News

1937 Martin D-28 Vintage Demo
March 31, 2017 by Justin Zeman

Carl has been busy back in repair lately! He spent some time on one of Dave’s old Martin acoustics. Here we have Alex Meine (Carl’s brother) playing on the 1937… READ MORE

Blog

  • J-MOD100 Now Available for Pre-Order
    January 31, 2017 by Tylor

    No compromise amp designed with John Mayer. The J-MOD 100 amplifier was intimately designed by Paul Reed Smith, Doug Sewell, and John Mayer to not only handle Mayer’s live work… READ MORE

  • Goodbye 2016!
    December 31, 2016 by Justin Zeman

    We would like to thank all of our customers for an amazing 2016. We wouldn’t exist without such a solid customer base. Happy New Years from Dave’s Guitar Shop! We… READ MORE

  • Shop Talk in Guitar World
    December 30, 2016 by Tylor

    We are excited to be featured in the newest issue of Guitar World in “Shop Talk” featuring the coolest guitar shops in the nation! Check it out: