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1948 Gibson L-7 Premire With MacCarty Unit Vintage Free Shipping

Estimated price for orientation: 7 132 $

Category: Electric Guitar

String Configuration: 6 String Model: L-7 Premire With MacCarty
Brand: Gibson Dexterity: Right-Handed
MPN: Does Not Apply UPC: Does not apply

DescriptionCondition : UsedSince it's vintage there are small scratches, but considering its age it can be said that the condition is excellent.
There are more than 90% fret left, and no neck problem.
Truss rod is functional well.
Play condition is excellent.
There is a mark attached to the strap pin.
End pin has been replaced.
【SPEC】Top:Solid SpruceSide:Solid MapleBack:Solid MapleNeck:MapleFingerboard:JacarandaBridge:JacarandaMachine Head:KlusonFingerboard Inlay:Double -parallelogram inrayBinding:Black&WhitePick up:McCarty UnitNut width:42,9mmScale:647.7mmCase:Original Brown Case ※ Gibson items can be offered from us.
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