Here we have one of the oldest acoustic guitars in my collection, Gibson L-36. This ancient guitar is very much a jazz guitar and was made by Gibson between 1938 or 1939. The Gibson L36 comes from a long line of acoustics made by Gibson since the 1800s, the woods are typically Spruce and mahogany, rosewood fingerboard and arch-top bridge, Mother of pearl dot inlays, Black pick-guard design. Black / brown plain finished headstock. Trapezoid Tailpiece, Nickel tuners and 2 F- shaped sound holes
The guitar is not mint as you can expect, near 80-year old guitar with some cosmetic flaws. The frets are in fair good shape and still have a bit of life in them. The guitar plays actually really nice. Comes with old tatty original case, fabric strap with strap This model is quite rare in living form.