~1947 Gibson L7

Restored condition (3 repaired top cracks, neck reset, refret, refinished, repro pickguard, replaced bridge, newer black 3-ply hardshell case) An excellent players L7 with a script logo. All the work is professionally executed so the guitar plays with ease and sound like an L7 should. Very warm and melodic with a nice bark when you call on it. This one has a very attractive back which is...
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1941 Gibson L-7

Today we have a very clean 1941 Gibson L7 Sunburst Archtop Guitar. This guitar comes with a copy of the original sales contract, to a young man about to go into the US Coast Guard. This remarkable instrument plays very well, has been carefully maintained. It plays well and really sounds good with lots of power and projection. This is a consignment piece.
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1941 Gibson L7

New to our shop is this early 1941 Gibson L7. Some of the best looks for Gibson in their history. This guitar has a beautiful woody tone true to the tailpiece of this era. This guitar has a side crack that has been professionally repaired and stable for over ten years. A true player, and a beautiful piece. With the original hard shell case.
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~1946 Vega C-56

You would be hard pressed to find a ‘40s archtop in better condition than this gorgeous Vega C-56! The C-56 was by far Vega’s most popular professional model. Although similar to the Gibson L7 and Epiphone Triumph models, the C-56 has a slimmer neck profile that gives it a fast and comfortable feel up and down the neck, measuring roughly 1 5/8th” at the nut. It is a fantastic archtop with a...
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1938 Gibson L7

1938 Gibson L7 acoustic 17" body, Factory order # 472C-24 (That's a 1937 number) ser# 94883. Nut size is 1 5/8" and has a great 24 3/4 scale length, parallel braced, non orig perfect repro pickguard and an added strap button. has average wear and some wear under the pickguard, and a small damage on side near tail, a little rash on the back. I'll sell you an DeArmond Rythem Chief 1000 Monkey on a...
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1944 Gibson L7 vvv

This is a 1940's L7 that has been very well played. It is a 17-inch, 3.5 inch deep archtop that sounds as big as you might expect. It started life as an acoustic non cutaway. A player purchased it and had a cutaway installed in the guitar, very professionally done, that it is very difficult to notice that it is non original. This guitar plays and sounds like a slightly more acoutic L5 with more...
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~1945 Gibson L7


Rudys Music

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This 1940s L7 is a great player! It is all original, the top is crack free. The back center seam has some finish sink, but it is not open. It has good honest playing wear, and is perfect for traditional jazz guitar.
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1940 Gibson L-7C vvv

Gibson L-7, Blonde-Originally a non cutaway, but now a 1940s Gibson L7C with a carved 17”solid carved spruce top, 25 ½”scale, 1 11/16” nut. The cutaway and pickups were skillfully installed in the 80’s by Eric Schulte, who apprenticed under Sam Koonz. The cutaway is practically undetectable. Solid full hand carved solid spruce top; 3 piece maple neck with walnut centerstripe; Brazilian rosewood...
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2013 Tronical Tuners Type E for Gibson, Epiphone and FGN Guitars

STAY TUNED WITH TRONICALTUNE Spend less time tuning and more time rocking — your world will sound better. Play with TronicalTune’s possibilities and tune in to your creativity. Turn on – Strum strings – Rock ‘n’ Roll! ALWAYS IN TUNE A guitar with TronicalTune looks the same, feels the same, plays the same and rocks the same – it’s just always in tune. Adjust to other...
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