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|Original except for light finish touchups on wear around the back edges of the body.
|Mahogany pancake body with three piece maple cap.
|1st- .81" 12th- .97"
|Three piece maple neck with bound rosewood board, trapezoid inlays and small volute.
|Original Gibson patent number embossed mini humbuckers and original wiring harness with 1976 pot codes. The metal cover for the wiring harness is missing. This does not affect playability. The output jack and leads to the jack have been replaced.
|neck 6.2k ohms bridge 6.2k ohms
|Original hardware except for replaced bridge and strap buttons. The original output jack is included with the case, but is cracked and fragile. A replacement has been installed.
|-The bridge has been replaced with a Gotoh.
-The strap buttons have been replaced.
-A replacement jack plate has been installed.
-There are some light finish touchups on wear around the back edges of the body.
|Original hard shell case.
|The guitar has light play wear for its age. The finish is glossy with light dents and scratches throughout. The back of the body has moderate buckle rash. There is considerable wear around the edges on the back of the body. Some of this wear has been touched up, particularly near the output jack and back plate. The metal hardware is nicely tarnished with age.
|-The guitar plays well with medium/low action. The truss rod has limited adjustability so the guitar plays best with light gauge strings (10s or smaller). The frets are wide with medium height and light play wear. The neck has a slight twist that causes some light string buzz on the low E and A strings on the frets past the body joint, but the guitar otherwise plays very well. These issues could all be reverse by planning the neck and refretting the guitar, but because it has original frets in great shape and plays well, this has not been done.
-The serial number and pots date to 1976.