Some call it the Blues Box, others call it the 'Parlor'. Either way, this modern-day incarnation of the legendary 1932 Gibson L-00 captures the true essence of a pre-war era Acoustic. Incorporating over a century of expertise, Gibson's master Custom Shop luthiers have delivered another timeless classic that sounds, and plays, wonderfully.
A portable Blues Legend
The 1932 L-00, with its narrow waist and shoulders produces a focused, resonant, remarkably full sound with a rich low end. Crafted from solid mahogany and s Adirondack red spruce top, the L-00 Vintage serves as a superb recording instrument - easily mixed with a complex arrangement of other instruments.
A classic 1930's-style, Vintage Sunburst nitro lacquer finish seals the deal, benefitting from Gibson's Thermally-Aged VOS spraying process. This is a real thing of beauty, come and check it out for yourself!
- Body Style: L-00
- Wood: Thermaly cured Adirondack Red Spruce top, Mahgony back & sides
- Binding: Multi-ply top with black, single-ply black back, multi-ply rosette
- Finish: Antique Natural, Natural Cure, nitrocellulose lacquer
- Neck: Mahogany, V-profile with 1.725” nut
- Bracing: Radiused top with scalloped bracing for projectiona and resonance.
- Fingerboard: 12” radius Rosewood, Mother of Pealr dot inlay
- Scale: 25"
- Bridge: Rosewood w/ bone saddle, Traditional rectangle open slot.
- Pickguard: L-00 Firestripe
- Tuning Machines: Vintage open back 3-in-line
- Strings: Light gauge .012 - .053
- Electronics: None
- Case: Hardshell Case
|Case Included||hard case|
|Number Of Strings||6 string|
|Right / Left Handed||right handed|
|Guitar Style||parlor style|
|Body Size||full size|
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