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Gibson L0 black 1941 VG

€4.250,00
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condition-description-good
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a wonderful example of one of Gibson's most popular L-series guitars in the pre-war period. The guitar has all 1940s specifications such as a 14.75 "wide body, 14-fret, a not so strong V-shaped mahogany neck, Adirondack spruce top with black finish, X bra
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Gibson L0 black 1941 VG

Vintage and original Gibson L0 in black dating back to approx. 1940-1941. The FON number is somewhat unclear. The L00 and L0 models were a great success on the depression era mostly because of the low price tag and great sound. The difference between the L00 and L0 is actually simple: The L-00 was the plainest, only came with top binding, while the L0 also had a back binding and (only sometimes) fingerboard binding (pre-1931), sometimes the L0 came with individual tuners while the L00 always came with 3-one-a-plate waverly, another difference was the "gold Gibson" stencil peghead logo (typically Gibson again: "only sometimes") instead of the white logo. before 1934 the back of the L-0 was sometimes slightly arched.

This specific instrument is a wonderful example of one of Gibson's most popular L-series guitars in the pre-war period. The guitar has all 1940s specifications such as a 14.75 "wide body, 14-fret, a not so strong V-shaped mahogany neck, Adirondack spruce top with black finish, X bracing, mahogany body, bindings to back and top, firestripe pickguard rectangular Brazilian rosewood bridge and fingerboard with dot inlay and "Gibson" logo on the head plate. The original tuners are working but rough. (we advise a set of perfect replica tuners we have in stock.) The condition of this guitar is as we describe it "Very good", with repairs, including some back- top and side cracks that are well repaired but visible. The guitar already had a neck reset, and is very well playable, with good action, lots of meat on the saddle and a great vintage sound. A type of sound that gets to you! Completely original finish, no overspray. 628 mm scale and 44.5 mm nut width, approx. 59 mm string spacing at the saddle. Newer case included