1951 Gibson L-7 Blonde in very good condition. The L-7s from mid 40s through the early 50s are some of the finest all around arch-top guitars ever made. They combine great tone with looks, playability, and practicality. This one is a wonderful player due to a recent refret with medium size frets. The bridge, tailpiece, and pickguard are replacements of the correct style. The pickup is a handwound Kent Armstrong made by the man himself. It balances nicely with bronze strings which is how we have it set-up. The neck is an excellent profile with 1 11/16" nut width. The finish is worn off the back of the neck and it feels great. A great guitar for playing acoustic or plugging in. Includes original hard case.
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