Gibson TB-3 Conversion (1931)

sku: 70U-206060
A nice prewar conversion with a 1931 TB-3 rim, one-piece flange, 40 hole archtop tone ring, and double white-bound resonator with w-b-w concentric purfling rings. The 5-string mahogany neck features a rosewood fingerboard with pearl flying eagle inlays. Good sound! This instrument is in very good+ condition.   More Details...

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  • FON 9926-13
  • 1931
  • Very good plus condition
  • Gloss Dark brown finish
  • 1-5/32" nut, ~26-1/4" scale
  • Double white-bound maple resonator
  • w-b-w concentric purfling rings on resonator
  • ~5/8" 3-ply maple rim
  • 11" frosted top head
  • Dual coordinator rods
  • One-piece flange
  • 24 brackets
  • 40 hole archtop tone ring
  • Newer Kershner style tailpiece
  • Conversion 5-string mahogany neck by unknown maker
  • Rosewood fretboard with pearl flying eagle inlays
  • Five Star Planetary tuners, geared 5th string peg
  • Double cut peghead, 2 Keith D-tuners installed.
  • Finish worn off armrest
  • Resonator is refinished to match neck
  • Original "GIBSON MASTERTONE" label on rim
  • Newer hardshell case (burgundy lining)
  • On consignment