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Macchè, nun mi lasciano vedere neanche sta paginetta... dev'esser l'"unofficial" che nun je pjace ai filtri del min.
This 1928 Gibson L-0 guitar was built during one of Gibson's best guitar-making eras. Thanks to its rounded body shape, improved neck angle and light construction, the L-0 model is a fantastic-sounding guitar, especially for fingerstyle blues. It features a natural mahogany finish, mahogany back/sides, double bound body, “The Gibson” script logo, bottom belly bridge with a spare bridge pin, unbound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, dot fingerboard inlays, 3-on-strip tuners and an adjustable truss rod. 13.5" wide at lower bout and 25”scale. The bracing is a variation of Gibson’s H bracing, but with more angle-orientated braces.
Guitar is in excellent condition other than some pick wear, light surface marks and a couple of hairline top cracks. I believe the guitar is all original. Frets show very little wear. No lifting of bridge and no loose braces. Action is 3/32” and 2/32” at the 12th fret. The neck is round and quite modern in feel, with a 1-3/4” nut width and medium-low profile. Guitar plays easy up and down fretboard with good intonation and no buzzing or dead spots. Very few of these guitars are still in existence, especially one in this condition with what I believe is its original hard shell case.