In a word -- wow. There's just nothing quite like the settled wood of an old Gibson arch-top acoustic. Made in the early 1950s, with only a few minor adjustments, not affecting it's lovely vintage sound whatsoever. The top was re-finished in black somewhere along the road, and the tuners have been replaced. It is in really good shape for its age. There are some minor dings (see pics) and a few deeper scratches that appear to have occurred before the the refin. It looks totally badass in its second life, and has been freshly set up by one of our expert guitar luthiers.
Here are some additional specs:
Fretboard: Brazilian Rosewood
Neck profile: 50s baseball bat
Neck thickness: 0.95-1.075 (1st and 11th frets)
Neck radius: 10-12''
Nut width: 1 3/4''
Comes with a TKL hard case, and we can ship it to you safely the next day!
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