This is a great playing and sounding Gibson Byrdland from the early 1960's that was renecked by Gibson in the 1970's. The neck is clearly a voluted 1970's Gibson neck. The body is an early 60's body with pre-t-top patent sticker pickups that sound great. Pots appear original but are in the original cans and we did not remove to pull dates. The original label has been removed so we are not sure the exact year of manufacture but definitely in the 1962-1965 range. The guitar shows play wear but no major structural damage and it is in very fine playing condition. There is a repair by the input jack however. It has been pro-setup and needs nothing. It comes with the early 1970's Gibson hard case that is in the pictures.
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