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The Gibson L-4 archtop became jazz’s greatest rhythm instrument in the hands of six-string innovators like the virtuoso Eddie Lang in the 1920s and assured the company’s dominance of the guitar market even before the outbreak of World War I. But the L-4’s story - how it evolved from an acoustic guitar to the dynamic L-4 CES Mahogany Archtop of today - is perhaps the best illustration of Gibson’s historic dedication to endlessly refining and improving instruments that are already world class.
|Brand:||Gibson Custom Shop|
|Model:||L-4 CES Mahogany|
|Finish Color:||Vintage Sunburst|
|Top Wood:||Solid Spruce|
|Back & Sides Wood:||Solid Mahogany|
|Neck Wood:||1-Piece Mahogany|
|Neck Dimensions:||.790 1st - .900 9th|
|Fingerboard:||Bound Indian Rosewood|
|Fingerboard Inlays:||Split Parallelogram|
|Scale Length:||24 3/4"|
|Binding:||Multi-ply black and white binding on top, Single-ply white on back|
|Tailpiece:||L-4 T-shape Style|
|Case:||Black Hardshell Case|