I am a professional musician, and gigged with this guitar for several years. For an example of how it sounds plugged in and mic'd: /watch?v=fTEpU_TfaWIThis is a modified (in your favor) 1964 Gibson LG-0, all mahogany, body neck and headstock are all original. There are a couple of cracks in the body from before I owned it which have all been repaired, shown in the photographs. The action is great, nice and low. The neck at some point might benefit from a reset, but it is certainly not necessary, as it is very playable as is. Includes an installed Fishman Matrix pickup system, as well as a Road Runner hard shell case. I am selling the guitar as I have a trip to Europe coming up, and recently bought a vintage Martin that I am playing more instead. List of modifications:* Grover tuners were installed before I owned, so it stays in tune REALLY well* For two years in the 60's Gibson, for some reason, made these guitars with hollow plastic bridges, which was an awful idea. It had this bridge when I bought it, so I took it to Colfax Guitars where they made an ebony bridge, which sounds much better.* I also had Colfax Guitars make bone nut and saddles for me, enhancing the guitar further.

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