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Initially produced as an acoustic in 1922 under the direction of famed Gibson luthier Lloyd Loar, the L-5 was Gibson’s first guitar with f-holes. In the 1940s the model became the rhythm box of choice for big band players and later the standard guitar for Wes Montgomery, who would eventually receive a custom model. And it was already one of the world’s most popular guitars when Gibson first electrified the model in 1951.
|Brand:||Gibson Custom Shop|
|Finish Color:||Faded Cherry|
|Back & Sides Wood:||Figured Maple|
|Neck Dimensions:||.860 1st - .990 9th|
|Width at Nut:||1 11/16"|
|Controls:||2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3-way Toggleswitch|
|Case:||Black Hardshell Case|