Heard y’all like holy grails!
This thing is just drenched in MOJO. It is a PLAYER. It is in on consignment from a regular of mine, so like all my consignments, it is being sold “as described” regardless of condition. Comes in a RARE Wine Red finish (not Heritage Cherry) and includes a really rad (not vintage) case. There is a little of the classic 1970s Gibson finish hazing, but we were able to get most of it out.
Seriously though, this one is a player. 1970s Gibsons are kinda all over the place when it comes to playability, but this one is pretty sweet. Plays like the rock n roll icon that it is. The frets are at about half their life, which makes them better than like 90% of these I have seen.
Looking for a light guitar? Keep looking! This guitar is an absolute boat anchor — around 10.5 lbs. It is a 1970s Gibson which means it is HEAVY. If you want a light guitar, buy a modern Gibson and pray for the best.
This is one of the coolest and nicest vintage guitars I have ever had in the shop. As always, I cleaned it up, polished the finish, flushed the electronics, changed the strings and set the action low and smooth. This one comes with a hardshell case, and I pack my guitars up tight and insure every package for the full purchase amount.
This one is in on consignment. Like all my consignments, this one is being sold “as described” regardless of condition.
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