Gibson L-3 “good” condition, 13.5 inches wide, with the original hard shell case.
The Gibson L-3 model was made in 1902 and discontinued by 1933. Introduced in three body sizes: Standard (12.5”), concert (13.5”) or grand concert (16”). This guitar has a round sound hole with two surrounding inlaid rings. The ivoroid bound top is made from spruce with maple on the back and sides, a bound ebony fretboard, 13 frets to the body, sunburst finish with a 1-3/4” nut. The headstock bears “The Gibson” in pearl script written horizontally across the top of the headstock.
This guitar shows normal signs of use and wear including heavy pickwear on the top, assorted dings and nicks on the body and neck with moderate finish checking on the back. Trapeze tailpiece is original. Original pickguard missing.The tuners, pickguard, adjustable bridge and hard shell case are all original.