Zipper #2 Quite a rare guitar, the "zipper" inlay, Black and white checkerboard around the soundhole is a tasty added twist only produced in 1932. With a smaller, more squat body, it is, similarly ladder braced like the KG-14. It is a mini Gibson L-00. It's welcome compactness makes it a wonderful troubador's travel guitar. Feather-light, responsive, intimate, yet capable of playing some brash blues. Recent neckset makes it super easy to play but a bolt, sticking out of the new neck block (which is just visible thru the sound hole) was used to bolt the neck to the guitar. I've seen this on other KG-11 guitars- quick, easy if not lazy connection that is however effective.
$ corrected vertical cracks on back, clean front and sides. Front still has sheen
There is a little carved indentation on the side of the neck- a very curious and primitive attempt to slim the soft Vneck just where the thumb would reach over for the first fret 6 string to play an F chord. It is kind of silly since the KG-11 neck is pretty sklim foe a V neck guitar to begin with.
Bank transfers from Europe, U.S. A. personal check (cashiers checks are no longer necessary since they take almost as long as regular checks to clear), US MONEY ORDERS, no paypal or credit cards
Your cost, US POST to Europe or GXG. in the USA UPS Ground is cheapest I charge $35 to pack an instrument- $15 of that cost is the box.
48 hours on receipt, flexible. Only one return in 15 years