Gibson HG-00 Conversion Guitar (used, circa 1940)
Mahogany back & sides
Adirondack Spruce top under a traditional sunburst
Originally a Hawaiian slide guitar, it has been converted to regular steel string
Brazilian rosewood fretboard with Mother-of-Pearl dot markers
Hefty, V-profile neck & 1 7/8" nut width for those of you with larger hands
Bound top & back
Brazilian rosewood bridge with black plastic bridge pins
Original Klusen, open-back tuning machines with ivoroid buttons
Stable, repaired top center seam
Stable, repaired side damage (see pictures)
Handsome, firestripe pickguard
Adjustable truss rod
Non original case
Dry, old-time, Loud tone
FON: ?04 F, it may say 904 F
Frets to body: 12
Scale Length: 24.75"
Nut Width: a tad over 1 7/8"
Saddle spacing: 2 9/32"