For the modern Gibson Maestro guitar - expect asecond-hand or very gently used model to sell for $60 - $100,whether it's acoustic or electric. These are still available newwith a variety of starter accessories for around $150.
A Gibson Maestro electric guitar with a soft case guitar bag and a Squier 15 amplifier. The Les Paul style guitar is black with a pink accent on face and silver tone tuners. It comes with a black soft case guitar bag which has “Guitar” printed across its front. A Squier 15 amplifier and cable are also included.
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This is a Gibson Maestro. This one comes with the package, gig bag, strap, strings and DVDs. These get a bad rap but it's not a bad little guitar, especially for a beginner. I installed a compensated saddle on this one. It has some rubs and nicks from being shipped in the box but does not hinder performance at all. This is just a small description of this specific one and a demo on how it sounds.
The new...Gibson Vintage Maestro Vibrola Nickel plated, more correct in all details then the current Version and other Aftermarket units!
The Deluxe Gibson Vibrato (or Gibson Deluxe Vibrola, etc), released in 1963, was another long tailpiece mechanism which replaced the Gibson Vibrato. Its vibrato arm and all subsequent designs adopted the action popularized by Bigsby and Fender. Short version of Deluxe Gibson Vibrola was fitted as standard to the 1967 reissue Gibson Flying V. Also, there are two other names on the Deluxe Gibson Vibrato: "Lyre Vibrola" nicknamed after the lyre engraved on the cover plate, which was fitted to Gibson ES-335 series as an option by 1964; and "Maestro Vibrola" renamed for keeping Maestro brand, which was an option on the ES-335 by 1967.
This is the new Vintage Maestro Version rebuild from the org. Vintage Factory Blueprint! Made in USA. Comes incl. Mounting Screw