This is an incredible example of a special ordered “War Time” L-7 in Gibson’s optional Black finish, its stunning to see with all its white trim that accents this special guitar, made with a carved Spruce top & solid Maple back, sides & neck, its large headstock, fingerboard & body front & back has multi laminated black & white binding on every edge, it sports a very cool 30’s type “script” logo on its headstock along with a rather huge neck size, she has a sweet bound rosewood fingerboard w/double parallelogram inlays, it’s a full 17” wide having an unreal amount of tone & plays very well, made during the 2nd World War when Gibson was using less metal parts on most of their lineup, its tuners are the most basic type of open back design having small white plastic buttons, its trapeze tailpiece is made from very thin wire having a piece of Indian rosewood as its top cross member as its bridge is made from matching rosewood, what adds to this L-7’s character is the factory made “McCarty” double pickup pickguard assembly added by its 1st owner as he played it electrically & this was his best option, it still wears its original White oval label designating its serial # & model name, its an untouched all original piece of Gibson history in excellent overall original condition, it comes with its original Brown tolex/green lined hard case.

Year Condition Color Case
1945 Excellent Black Original Hard


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