Gibson Catalog 1963

The Gibson catalog 1963 was marked by the Firebird guitar, a model that stood apart with its radical body shape and neck-through construction, a rarity at the time. The Firebird was available in several iterations, from the budget-friendly I to the fully-equipped V and VII models, all sporting the distinctive ‘reverse’ body design initially created by automotive designer Ray Dietrich.

The catalog presents a range of Gibson’s offerings, including solid body electrics, semi-hollow and hollow body acoustics, and even banjos and mandolins.

Gibson Catalog PDF 1963 Firebird

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