1951 Gibson ES-350

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1951 Gibson ES-350

6,500.00

This classic Gibson Archtop features two P-90 pickups, double-parallelogram inlays, single bound peghead, 2-piece maple neck with stripe down the center, and trapeze tailpiece with pointed ends and 3 raised parallelograms.  A precursor to other famous archtops, such as the Byrdland, the ES-350 was a popular archtop model in its era.  This guitar plays well, and features the rich and robust archtop tone you have been searching for.  This guitar has minor wear and scratches, but is in overall very good condition given its age.  There are a couple of small cracks in the instrument.  One on the left side, and another on the left side near the strap button.  Both scratches appear to be surface scratches, just through the finish in the top of the laminate.  

w/ original hardshell case

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