This Gibson LG-3 shipped out of the Gibson in factory on April 8, 1943. It is documented in the book "Kalamazoo Gals" in which there is a picture of the ledger that says that on that date this LG-3 was shipped to the Parker Music Company in Houston Texas. The guitar actually still has a Parker Music Co. decal on the back of the headstock. The banner logo LG-3 is the rarest of the Gibson banner flattops with very few every made. This guitar shows play wear and some repairs but it is in very good shape for its age and it plays and sounds great. The saddle is not original, and the bridge and several braces have been reglued. There are a a few top and back cracks but all have been repaired and are structurally sound. The end pin has been changed and the end pin hole enlarged for a input jack which has since been removed. The tuner buttons also appear to be replaced. Otherwise this guitar appears to be original and in good shape. It has been pro-setup in our shop and really sounds excellent. It comes with the original case in the pictures.

Southside Guitars

Southside Guitars

Very Good
16 Years
Southside Guitars
Ben Taylor-Sam Taylor
(718) 218-8201
Brooklyn, NY
8:51 AM
Southside guitars is open everyday Sunday & Monday 12:00pm to 6:00pm and Tues-Sat to 12:00pm to 8:00pm. Other times by appointment only. E-mail for a private viewing.

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Guitars are shipped by Fedex ground unless other arrangements are made. Guitars are usually shipped within 24 hours of purchase.

We offer a 48 hour no questions asked return policy. If you don't like it, just send it back and we will issue a refund. We do not refund shipping charges and if you pay with a credit card there is a 5% restocking fee. If you pay with cash, check, paypal, or bank wire there is no restocking fee.