Fair condition Gibson L-7 from 1936. The L-7 was Gibson's most popular 17" guitar, with the same size, scale and materials as the L-5. Interestingly, the L-7 of this era had a much more ornate inlay pattern than it's spendier cousin. All original hardware includes original nickel-plated trapeze tailpiece; original Brazilian rosewood compensated bridge; original bound tortoise pickguard; original nickel Grover Sta-Tite tuners; adjustable truss rod.
The back wood panel is starting to seperate from the binding. Will need a fix at some stage. Looks to be a small twist at the headstock, which does not affect playability.
Comes with original hard case. Superb guitar!