1953 Gibson LG-1 Small Body Flat Top Acoustic Guitar

1953 Gibson LG-1 Small Body Flat Top Acoustic Guitar

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– 1953 Gibson LG-1 Small Body Flat Top Acoustic Guitar
– This Charming ‘50s LG-1 Remains in Very Nice 100% All Original Condition, Aside From the Very Cute ‘Rose and Bee’ Fabric Patches Which Appear to Have Been Glued Onto the Upper Bass Side Bout Many Decades Ago
– With a Small Tear Drop Tortoise Pickguard and a Rectangular Bridge, The Overall Features Resemble Gibson’s Finest Acoustic Incarnation, as Just a Few Years Later Nearly Every Model Would Receive the Oversized Scratch Plate Which is Most Associated with ‘60s Gibsons
– A Lovingly Used and Not Abused Example, This LG-1 is Preserved in Great Structural Condition with 1 Small Bridge Crack (Not Repaired), No Breaks, and No Repairs
– The Original Saddle Has Been Reduce in Height for Better Action, Yet Like Most is Appears a Neck Reset Would Best Accommodate the Lowest Possible Action. The Saddle is Causing the Guitar to “Sitar” a Bit, So a Simple Setup is Suggested
– With a Full Yet Focused Sound, This Early ‘50s Ladder-Braced LG-1 Sounds a Bit Boxy in a Good Way, Perfect For Recording
– A Nice Beefy Full C-Shape Neck Profile with Kluson ‘No-Line’ Strip Tuners
– Neck Measurements: 1 11/16” Nut Width, .915” Depth at 1st Fret, 1.05” at 12th Fret, String Height .125” at 12th Fret
– Non-Original ‘60s Soft Case Included
– Can Safely Ship Anywhere in the World!

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