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  • Instrument: Parlor and Small Body

  • Brand: Gibson

  • Model: L-00

  • Finish: Sunburst

  • SKU: GF7485-A

  • Handedness: Right

  • Made In Year: 1934

  • Top: Spruce

  • Back and Sides: Mahogany

  • Neck/Fingerboard: Mahogany/Brazilian Rosewood

  • Bridge Material: Brazilian Rosewood

  • Tuners: Original

  • Radius: 12"

  • Neck Profile: V

  • Neck Depth: 0.918" - 1.030"

  • Scale Length: 24.75"

  • Nut Width: 1.732"

  • String Spacing at Saddle: 2.420"

  • Contains Brazilian Rosewood (Y/N): Y

  • Electronics: None

  • Case: Vintage purple-lined chipboard case (heavily duct taped)

  • Modifications/Repairs: Neck reset, brace repair, bridge reglue with rosewood cap on front ledge, replaced saddle and bridge pins, replaced tuners, reglued side cracks on bass and treble side (of note, there are two 12" long cracks coming from the neck heel area on the bass side and have been glued and color touched up), shimmed nut, heavy scratches on lower bout rim, scratch coming off of fingerboard extension

  • Note: CVG technicians use calipers to provide the accurate measurements found above. We acknowledge variance within the manufacturing process and treat each instrument as an individual case. The following are common industry nut width fractions converted to decimal form

  • 1 9/16”: 1.563”

  • 1 5/8”: 1.625”

  • 1 11/16”: 1.688”

  • 1 3/4”: 1.750”

  • 1 7/8”: 1.875”

This Gibson L-00 from 1934 was built during the height of the Great Depression, lived through multiple wars, and likely owned by multiple generations. It looks like it has stories to tell from every one of its 90 years here in the States. It was recently revived into playing condition: neck reset, crack repair, neck block reglue, and reglued bridge. What can't be said about these historical artifacts impact on blues and folk music? It's a pre-war Gibson guitar that sounds just as cool as it looks.

Comes with a 1930s chipboard case

Gibson L-00 1934, Sunburst

$8,500
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    Description

    This Gibson L-00 from 1934 was built during the height of the Great Depression, lived through multiple wars, and likely owned by multiple generations. It looks like it has stories to tell from every one of its 90 years here in the States. It was recently revived into playing condition: neck reset, crack repair, neck block reglue, and reglued bridge. What can't be said about these historical artifacts impact on blues and folk music? It's a pre-war Gibson guitar that sounds just as cool as it looks.

    Comes with a 1930s chipboard case

    Spec
    • Instrument: Parlor and Small Body

    • Brand: Gibson

    • Model: L-00

    • Finish: Sunburst

    • SKU: GF7485-A

    • Handedness: Right

    • Made In Year: 1934

    • Top: Spruce

    • Back and Sides: Mahogany

    • Neck/Fingerboard: Mahogany/Brazilian Rosewood

    • Bridge Material: Brazilian Rosewood

    • Tuners: Original

    • Radius: 12"

    • Neck Profile: V

    • Neck Depth: 0.918" - 1.030"

    • Scale Length: 24.75"

    • Nut Width: 1.732"

    • String Spacing at Saddle: 2.420"

    • Contains Brazilian Rosewood (Y/N): Y

    • Electronics: None

    • Case: Vintage purple-lined chipboard case (heavily duct taped)

    • Modifications/Repairs: Neck reset, brace repair, bridge reglue with rosewood cap on front ledge, replaced saddle and bridge pins, replaced tuners, reglued side cracks on bass and treble side (of note, there are two 12" long cracks coming from the neck heel area on the bass side and have been glued and color touched up), shimmed nut, heavy scratches on lower bout rim, scratch coming off of fingerboard extension

    • Note: CVG technicians use calipers to provide the accurate measurements found above. We acknowledge variance within the manufacturing process and treat each instrument as an individual case. The following are common industry nut width fractions converted to decimal form

    • 1 9/16”: 1.563”

    • 1 5/8”: 1.625”

    • 1 11/16”: 1.688”

    • 1 3/4”: 1.750”

    • 1 7/8”: 1.875”

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