Gibson H-1 Mandola (1918)
An early 20th century instrument with great sound, this Gibson H-1 Mandola has a bound spruce top, birch back and sides, and a mahogany neck. The natural finish on the top has aged into a pumpkin-ish color. It has an oval soundhole with a multi-ring rosette. Other features include a raised tortoise plastic pickguard, a compensated bridge, and 4-on-a-plate tuners with ivoroid buttons. This instrument is in very good+ condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Aged natural (pumpkin-ish) finish on bound spruce top
- Oval soundhole
- Multi-ring rosette
- Dark finish on birch back and sides
- Mahogany neck
- Bound ebony fretboard
- Dot inlays
- Logo on tailpiece cover
- Compensated bridge
- Tortoise plastic pickguard
- Headstock overlay features slanted pearl "the Gibson" logo inlay
- 4-on-a-plate tuners (ivoroid buttons)
- 1-5/16" nut
- 15-3/4" scale
- Original hardshell case
- VGC+ (1 repaired side crack)
- SN: 42198