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Many working musicians of the fast-paced and musically adventurous ’50s required a new instrument — one that captured traditional Gibson archtop artistry and craftsmanship, but represented a redrawing of the blueprint for the needs of the day. Enter the Byrdland, released in 1955 after consultation with first-call Nashville session musicians Billy Byrd and Hank Garland. Outwardly every bit a Gibson, this model represented a handful of developments that were radical, even revolutionary, in its day.
|Brand:||Gibson Custom Shop|
|Back & Sides Wood:||Figured Maple|
|Neck Wood:||5-piece Maple/Walnut|
|Neck Dimensions:||.750 1st - .820 9th|
|Width at Nut:||1.687"|
|Controls:||2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3-Way|
|Case:||Black Hardshell Case|