1946 Gibson LG2 Guitar
(Serial No. none) Excellent condition and structurally sound small body Gibson with more volume and tone than you would expect for the size. It has the typical finish checking and shows some playing wear, as I'm sure this was the go-to guitar for the previous owner. I took this down to a 15 person old time jam here in town and you could still hear this guitar. Everything is original. Sunburst finish, X braced Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, Brazilian rosewood fretboard with pearl inlays and a Brazilian rosewood bridge. Gold script Gibson logo on the peghead. Has the standard 1950s Gibson nut width of 1 11/16 inch. The Kluson tuners are moden replacements, but they use the exact same holes as the original tuners. The frets are in good shape and the neck is straight. Nice tall saddle, about 1/8 inch. Has a nice low action as the neck was reset by luthier Jack Dillen in Asheville NC. There are two hairline top cracks coming from the bridge bolts. These have been glued and cleated and will present no issues in the future. Comes with a newer hardshell case.

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