This robust sounding fully converted early 1935 Gibson Roy Smeck Stage De Luxe (FON 64A) is a welcome return to the shop after a couple of years in the home of the consigning owner. This one features the early specifications of: smaller 3 3/4" sound hole size, small and dark sunburst, and very little taper in body depth from neck to tail. This guitar has a very robust voice and likes to be played with medium gauge or bluegrass gauge strings. The full conversion was performed some years ago, but we refined the setup with a fret level and added a new set of Waverly tuners with ivoroid buttons to replace the sticky 6:1 original Grovers. Replacement bridge and bridge pins, original endpin. Some finish abrasion below the bridge from an earlier procedure.
With nearly new condition Cedar Creek hardshell case.
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