This is the cleanest & coolest 1957 Gibson CF-100 we’ve ever had in the shop, Gibsons small body cutaway but fully acoustic as compared to the CF-100E Electric model. Built between 1950 and 1959, Gibson’s CF-100’s are famous for being the first cut-away flat-top model ever produced. Essentially a dressed-up LG-2 with a pointy Florentine cut-away, the CF-100 is an attractive small-body acoustic, with a punchy mid-range, nice upper-fret access, and all the vintage vibe you could ask for. It’s a fairly rare instrument and is becoming a more and more sought after model. This example, built in 1957, features a scalloped braced top, trapezoid fingerboard inlays, crown headstock logo, and gorgeous tone. The fretboard is level, without the pronounced bump at the body joint that is fairly common with this model. This is completely crack free & other than new tuner buttons needed (we are doing) she’s the most collectible when exceptionally clean like this one & comes in a nice non-original hard case.
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