Gibson L-4 (1924)
An interesting and fairly rare archtop acoustic guitar from Gibson’s Loar period, this L-4 has a double bound 16” body with a spruce top and maple back and sides, a 14 fret mahogany neck with snakehead peghead, and bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard. The “Virzi Tone Producer” is intact. Other features include a round soundhole with three ring rosette, an adjustable ebony bridge, trapeze tailpiece, and 3-on-a-plate tuners. Original hardshell case included. This instrument is in very good-excellent condition. More Details...
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- Double bound 16" body
- Sunburst finish on spruce top
- Round soundhole
- 3 ring rosette
- Dark natural finish on maple back and sides
- Virzi (#10680) intact
- 14 fret mahogany neck with snakehead peghead
- Bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard
- Dot inlays
- Adjustable ebony bridge (new pins and wheels)
- Trapeze tailpiece
- Tortoise plastic pickguard
- Bound headstock features overlay with logo inlay
- 3-on-a-plate tuners
- 1-23/32" nut
- 24-3/4" scale
- Original hardshell case