Gibson L-4 Made in 1912. In the first year, the 1912 L-4 is new. Initially designed oval sound hole, arched spruce top, maple side back, mahogany neck, ebony fretboard. Avalon's script logo is placed on the head.Although it is 110 years old, it is well made and maintains play conditions that do not make you feel aged. The replacement parts are a bridge and a tailpiece, and the bridge is equipped with one that can adjust the string height. The withered paint gives a tasteful texture and brings out the taste that only aged musical instruments have.
Although there are scratches and changes over time in the paint, no repairs were seen on the xylem, and it seems that it was used with great care. There are 67% of the frets left, and the neck is in good condition with no noticeable problems. I set the string height to about 1.8mm on the 12th floor of the 1st string and about 2.3mm on the 12th floor of the 6th string, which is a little low, but I can play without any problems.
Of course it is also possible to raise it. The sound is crisp and crisp when cutting, and is surprisingly clear and airy. It's a very attractive guitar because I think it's a colorful sustain that is clearly different from a flat top when it's played with a single note. Although it is old for over 100 years, it has solid playability and is recommended. Comes with a non-original hard case.Color black system Year of manufacture 1912 Top plate material spruce Accessories Hard case. Your satisfaction is important to us. We have pride ourselves in the Quality of items we offer.
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