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The Gibson LG-0, introduced in 1958, quickly became a favorite among students due to its excellent sound quality and affordability in a compact size.

The neck of the LG-0 was smaller compared to other Gibson flat top models.

In 1962, Gibson replaced the rectangular rosewood bridge with a plastic one, secured by four bolts from inside the guitar. This plastic bridge was cheaper to produce and easier to repair.

This is why this 1964 LG-0 features a replacement rosewood bridge for improved aesthetics and sound quality.

Previously converted into an electro-acoustic, it has been restored to its fully acoustic form, with two small holes on the top filled in.

It comes with a high-end hard case.

The guitar sounds fantastic! You’ll be getting a 60s Gibson flat top guitar at a very affordable price!

1964 Gibson LG0

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