Sunburst finish and in very good condition overall, with expected dings and scratches for its age. It has a pear-shaped body with removable wooden back, 2 octagonal knobs, and a rosewood fingerboard. This instrument was made by Gibson as a "house brand" for Montgomery Ward in the late 1930s. It has the original knobs, nut, and tailpiece. The pickup was long-ago changed, and a vintage DeArmond tastefully installed. It has been professionally set up in our shop. Price includes the original hard case. Please visit our website for more pictures, or feel free to call the store for an in-hand description. Thanks!

Year Condition Color Case
~1938 Excellent Sunburst Original Hard


Pittsburgh Guitars
Pittsburgh Guitars
Pittsburgh, PA
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Please call or email to make sure that the instrument you're interested in is still available. For orders within the US, we accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover, and PayPal with a confirmed address. No CODs. We do not accept credit cards or PayPal for overseas orders. Payment for overseas purchases must be made by Moneygram or Western Union. The customer is responsible for all duties, tariffs, and taxes.

We ship UPS Ground in the US unless otherwise requested. The customer is responsible for all shipping/insurance charges. Shipping charges are non-refundable. We pack every instrument we ship safely and securely, and have never had an instrument damaged in shipping. However, we realize that anything is possible. Insurance claims are the responsibility of the customer, but we'll be happy to help you with any claims.

We provide a 24-hour approval period for every guitar or bass we ship. You will have 24 hours from the receipt of any instrument shipped to you to let us know, via email or phone, that you're sending it back. Please save the packing materials so you can ship it back in the same box. All return shipping and full insurance costs are the customer's responsibility. We will issue a refund for the purchase price of the instrument, minus shipping costs and a 6% restocking fee, once the instrument is returned to us in the condition in which it was shipped.