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1920 Gibson L1 Archtop Guitar - Please email for pictures and/or to arrange to come over and try the guitar.

Asking Price is £1300

This is a 1920 Gibson L-1 Archtop Acoustic Guitar. It has a single ivory-bound top, ivory purfling around the soundhole and an ivory-bound neck with ebony fingerboard with dot inlays.

Despite its age this guitar will stand up to hard playing and it still sounds great, with a gorgeous tone that is well balanced and crisp and bright in the higher registers.
Definitely a collector's item.

Further Details:

SERIAL NO.: 60905 (Handwritten in pencil. Can only be seen when shining a torch light on the label!)
FACTORY ORDER NUMBER: 11331 (On the inside neck block)
TOP: Carved Spruce
BACK & SIDES: Mahogany
NECK: Mahogany - Deep "V" shape
DOT MARKERS: Yes - front & side
FRETS TO BODY JOIN: 13
TUNERS: Replaced with Waverley Tuners
LOWER BOUT WIDTH: 13.5"

OTHER FEATURES:
Original clip-on pickguard (not shown in pictures)
Original hard case
Slanted "The Gibson" inlayed in pearl on headstock in script
Sheraton brown finish

This guitar has some minor wear that should be expected of a guitar from the 1920's.
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