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1957 Gibson LG1

Precio habitual
€1.500,00 EUR
Precio habitual
€1.800,00 EUR
Precio de venta
€1.500,00 EUR

1957 Gibson LG1 is a great small bodied acoustic in great condition. It has signs of being played over the past 60 years with nicks & scratches, showing the usual signs of aging you would expect from a guitar that is nearly 60 years old. The sunburst finish is absolutely glorious (reminiscent of the 30's and 40's), before the modern high speed finishes were later introduced. Includes modern hardcase.

The Gibson LG1 features a Brazilian rosewood bridge & fingerboard with pearloid dot inlays, cellulose tortoise shell pickguard and original tuners. This "Concert" sized Gibson model is now a vintage classic - with sonic virtues like warm tone, projection, lead cut, and playability.

The Gibson L series are small-body guitars produced in the early 20th century. The first guitars of this series, Gibson L-0 and Gibson L-1, was introduced first as arch-tops (1902), and later as flat tops in 1926. The L series was later gradually replaced by the LG series in the 1940s

The LG series were introduced in 1942, with a starting line-up of LG-1, LG-2 and LG-3. However, LG-1 and LG-3 stopped production almost immediately after their debut, until they were re-introduced in 1945. In 1958, LG-0 was also introduced as the low-end model of the series. All these models are 14 ⅛" wide, with mahogany back and sides (except for some World War II models have maple back and sides). LG-0 and LG-1 has mahogany tops with ladder bracing, while LG-2 and LG-3 are spruce with X-bracing. LG-0 and LG-1 discontinued in 1974, LG-2 and LG-3 were replaced by B-25 and B-25N in 1962.

The LG series are narrower in the lower bout comparing to the L series, but have a much wider upper bout.

A 12-string variant, LG-12, was also made in 1967-1973

Body Sitka Spruce top
Mahogany back and sides
Neck Mahogany
Fretboard Rosewood
Bridge Rosewood