1997 Gibson EDS-1275 Double Neck is in extremely clean shape, perfect playing order and comes with the original hardcase.
On of the most timeless and iconic electric guitar double necks to every grace us with it's presence, the Gibson EDS-1275. From Jimmy Page, to Alex Lifeson, to Don Felder, to Claudio Sanchez.
The tuning keys on both headstocks were changed out to Grovers, and each neck has a set of DiMarzio 36th Anniversary PAF pickups and the guts have been completely rewired with CTS pots, Mallory caps, and wired to Gibson factory-correct wiring. The knobs are correct but are not the original. Otherwise, it's all original!
The strap button was relocated to in-between the center at some point, but has since been put back to it's original spot. On the treble side of the 12-string headstock is a small finish blem, which appears to have been caused by a neck cradle. On the bass side upper bout, in-between the neck pickup and the side, is a pink line that's stained the finish. While it's subtle and not extremely noticeable, it's still there.
The frets have barely any wear at all. There are zero finish stress fractures at either neck heel. The back of the necks are free from any dings, dents, or impressions.
Weighs only 12 pounds 2 ounces.
|1997||Excellent||Alpine White||Original Hard|
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