Gibson TB-75 Conversion (c.1939)
A very nice prewar flathead Mastertone with a fine prewar sound, this TB-75 has been expertly converted by Steve Huber. The original archtop ring was replaced with a prewar heavy weight flathead tone ring, and a nice new mahogany neck has been installed. Includes original tenor neck and case. This instrument is in excellent-minus condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
The following specs were provided by our repair and appraisal teams. For a more detailed description please call (517) 372-7880
- Ser #: EA-5337 and F.O.N. 532-8
- Year: c.1939
- Excellent Condition minus (EC-)
- Natural finish
- Resonator: Mahogany - double white bound with concentric purfling rings. 5337 chalked inside.
- Rim: ~9/16" three ply maple with original label
- Head: 11" frosted top
- Dual coordinator rods
- Flange: One piece
- Brackets/Shoes:24 brackets
- Tone ring: heavy weight prewar
- Tailpiece: Punched Grover Patent Presto
- Hardware: Grover Pat. "pancake" tuners, newer geared 5th string
- Recent hardshell and original tenor hardshell cases
- On Consignment
- Brazilian rosewood: Fingerboard
- Small filled hole by end of one coordinator rod