Of Gibson's LG models, the LG2 was the only model that was also made during World War II. This model is distinguished by the X-bracing and sunburst finish of the LG1 and LG3 respectively. In 1946 the 'Banner' logo disappeared, and in 1948 the Gibson 'Script' logo also made way for the more modern 'Block' logo which we can see on this 1948 LG2.
This smaller Gibson model falls between the J45 and Gibson's L00, making it a comfortable guitar with a very responsive and balanced sound that can be used for strumming as well as fingerstyle. For this reason, this model is still very popular with singer-songwriters. A vintage LG2 stands for a magical sound that has only added more character with age.
This LG2 is in very good condition and still looks radiantly beautiful. A crack on the (bass) side of the body has been neatly repaired. The weather checking radiates the vintage character of this guitar that has years of playing pleasure left in it.
Includes a hardshell case with TFOA passport.
|Brand and Condition|
|Abstand der Stegsaiten||55 mm - 2.17"|
|Body Breite||364 mm - 14.33"|
|Body Tiefe||112 mm - 4.41"|
|Material der Rückseite und der Seiten||Solid Mahogany|
|Top Material||Solid Spruce|
|Body Details||Cream Binding and Rosette, Tortoise Pickguard|
|Material des Halses||Mahogany|
|Profil des Halses||C|
|Details zum Hals||Dot Inlay|
|Nutbreite||43.7 mm / 1.72"|
|Mensur||628 mm - 24.75"|
|Reist in||Hardshell Case|
|Fotos von||Tatsächliches Instrument|