This consignment 1932 Gibson L-7 (90691) has a rich, even voice and an especially beautiful flame figured maple back. Still a 16″ size in 1932, this L-7 has Maple back and sides, Mahogany neck Grover G-98 tuners, Bound headstock overlay, 1 3/4″ nut width, Bound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with Nick Lucas style inlays, Deteriorating pickguard is not attached, Brazilian rosewood adjustable bridge, Replacement tailpiece and endpin, 24 3/4″ string scale. The V-shaped necks very comfortable to play.The abrasion near the tailpiece could be from a vibrola unit or the volume pot from a DeArmond clip-on pickup. With the original Hardshell case.
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