Description

The Gibson L-37 model was introduced in 1935, w/a 14 3/4″ body, carved spruce soundboard, solid flat maple back, and red mahogany finish. By 1937 the color was changed to a chocolate brown, w/a distinctive lateral sunburst on the sides, a rare variant seen only on a few Depression era Gibson instruments. A short lived model, the L-37 was discontinued altogether by 1941, just months after this instrument rolled off the line in Kalamazoo. This example would have to be on any short list of the finest surviving examples of the model. With 100% original hardware and finish, this guitar has survived in super clean condition w/out cracks. Even the typical finish checking one expects on a 70 year old instrument is very minor. Original hardware includes the contoured tortoise pickguard, nickel trapeze tailpiece, three-on-a-plate open back tuners, adjustable truss rod, adjustable compensated Brazilian rosewood bridge. The fingerboard has smooth low action over fine original fretwork. Tipping the scales at a scant 4lb., the guitar has a brilliant clear voice, w/excellent projection and reverb. Overall she’s better than excellent & comes in a decent soft-shell case.

The Guitar Broker

The Guitar Broker

1938
Gibson
Excellent
sunburst
Soft
22 Years
$2,995
The Guitar Broker
Craig Brody
(954) 646-8819
Fort Lauderdale, FL
3:55 AM
We work by an appointment basis...call me anytime.

To purchase an item, payment must be made payable to "The Guitar Broker". We accept money wire transfers (we will give this info at the time of sale), Paypal & all major credit cards accepted.

All items go either UPS or USPS ground service unless customer requests 2nd or 3rd day shipping. Overseas shipments vary in cost worldwide. We prefer UPS for the ease of use for service & claims.

Customers have 48 hours to love their new toys. All shipping expenses on returned items to & from the customer are to be paid for by the customer. All damage claims on a broken item must be handled by the customer along w/our help to get what is best to make it right.