Gibson 1920's tobacco sunburst

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Where do I start?
This guitar was given to me by my grandfather who collected and sold guitars in his retirement.
He told me that it was originally built as a harp guitar in the 20's but that somebody had the idea to get it changed to a standard single neck guitar in the 30's.

The company that rebuilt the guitar in 1938's name is F.E. Coulter Luthier
based out of Portland, Oregon and Upon doing some research I found that Frank E. Coulter specialized in harp guitars which makes me think that what ever he did, he did it right. That is one of the reasons why I am putting this guitar under the category of GOOD. For all that it has been through it is pretty darn good.


As far as playing it..... it plays,  but not all that well. I have never gotten it set up but I feel that for someone who is serious about making this guitar sound good could it shouldn't be too much of a problem. 

-Original case modified to fit guitar
Its hard to read in the picture because it is written in pencil but the model  number is     61479

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Product Specs

Condition:
Good (Used)
Brand
Gibson
Model
#61479
Finish
Tobacco Sunburst
Categories
Archtop
Year
1920's
Made In
United States

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Granpa's Closet
Joined Oct 2018
Oakland, CA, United States

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This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging.

Granpa's Closet

Oakland, CA, United States
Joined: Oct 2018