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Gibson Centennial Roy Smeck Radio Grande 1994

Price$4,231.95
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Sold By
The Fellowship of Acoustics
Dedemsvaart, Netherlands
(717)
Sales
1000+
Joined Reverb
2015

To celebrate their 100th anniversary in 1994, the Gibson custom shop created a limited commemorative edition of 100 copies of a classic Gibson acoustic guitar each month. The model produced for April, 1994, was the Roy Smeck Radio Grande.

This is a round-shouldered jumbo bodied guitar with a 12-fret neck, a replica of the 1934 signature model of famous vaudeville and Hawaiian steel guitar guitar virtuoso Roy Smeck. For this reissue, Gibson skips the Hawaiian and gets straight to the Spanish!

This is #18 of 100 and is in very good condition. It has some of the usual playwear and a couple hairlines in the lacquer on the top and back of the body, but it still looks very clean for its age. Includes a hardshell case with certificate of authenticity.

Specifications Body Shape: Slope Shoulder Finish: Sunburst Dimensions: Width: 405 mm - 15.94"
Depth: 109 mm - 4.29" Body Material: Solid Rosewood Top Material: Solid Sitka Spruce Bracing: Forward Shifted Scalloped X-Bracing

Body Details:

Firestripe Pickguard, Cream Binding Neck Material: Mahogany Neck Profile: V Fingerboard Material: Rosewood Fingerboard Radius: 12" Neck Details: Cream Binding, Nick Lucas Style Inlay Nutwidth: 46,3 mm - 1.82" Scale Length: 628 mm - 24.75" String spacing: 56 mm - 2.2" Bridge: Rosewood Tuners: Vintage Style Pickup: None Condition: Very Good Tech Notes: None Travels in: Hardshell Case Accessories: Certificate of Authenticity, TFOA Passport

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