10-1134 1948 Gibson ES-300 Archtop Guitar
This was one of the high end archtop electric guitars made by Gibson during the mid 1940s. Maple top, back and sides with a Mahogany neck and Rosewood fretboard. It has a single P-90 pickup, trapeze tailpiece with F-hole design, two control knobs, F-holes, and split block inlays. No pickguard. Original Geib alligator brown case with pink lining. All original. Excellent straight neck. Vintage frets in great shape. No string buzz.
Comes with Original Hard Case
Weight: 6lbs 3oz
Nut Width: 1 11/16 in (43 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5 in
Neck Shape: C Neck
Amount of Frets: 20
Body Thickness: 3.35 in
Upper Bout: 12.5 in
Lower Bout: 17 in
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Each guitar is thoroughly examined and setup by our house luthier, before shipping. Special request setups, installations and repairs are also available, please contact before purchasing.
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24 hour approval. If you are not satisfied call us for a return acceptance and you will be reimbursed as soon as the guitar is returned to us in the condition that it was shipped. We carefully inspect and photograph our guitars prior to shipping for insurance reasons and for your peace of mind. Shipping costs are not refundable.