Introduced in 1941 as the successor to the ES-100, the ES-125 was an entry-level archtop electric guitar.In the mid-1950's, the ES-125T was introduced, which was an entry-level thinline archtop electric guitar based on the original ES-125.It would later add options for double P-90 pickups and a sharp cutaway, referred to as a florentine cutaway, similar to the ES-175. In 1950 the P90 transitioned to 6 adjustable poles between two Alnico 5 bar magnets.

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The unbound rosewood fingerboard initially sported pearl trapezoid inlays; later, it would have dot inlays.

In the mid-1950s, the ES-125T was introduced, which was an entry-level thinline archtop electric guitar based on the original ES-125.

The pre-war model, discontinued in 1942, had a smaller 14.5" body.

When reintroduced in 1946 it had the larger 16.25" wide body that the ES-150 had.

Even though some gibson es 125 models were considered gibson lower end guitars at the time , they are still collectible and worth quite a few dollars due to their history .

Gibson Es 125c ( 1966 - 1970 )Was introduced in 1966 and stopped production in 1970 , the guitar was an archtop guitar , single pointed cutaway , one pickup and sunburst finish .

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Introduced in 1941 as the successor to the ES-100, the ES-125 was an entry-level archtop electric guitar.

It had one P-90 single-coil pickup in the neck position, a single volume control and a single tone control.

The ES-125 also used a tapered dogear cover for their neck position pickups with a thickness of 4/16" on the treble side and 5/16" on the bass side.