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This is a vintage 1952 Gibson L7-C acoustic archtop model which has been turned electric via a vintage DeArmond pickup. The guitar is built with a spruce top and maple body, as well as rosewood fretboard with double parallelogram inlays. The guitar has been refretted, with a neck reset, and the lead within the pickup being replaced. We like that the newer frets on the guitar are quite large and tall, making it an easy player!
Includes: Original Hardshell Case, DeArmond Pickup Cable
- 5 lbs, 7 oz.
- Sunburst Finish
- Carved Spruce Top
- Maple Back and Sides
- Mahogany Neck
- Rosewood Fretboard
- 24-3/4" Scale Length
- 20 Frets
- .830" Neck Profile at 1st Fret
- .950" Neck Profile at 9th Fret
- Double Parallelogram Inlays
- Multi-Ply Binding
- DeArmond Pickup
- Refretted, Neck Reset, DeArmond Pickup Lead Replaced
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