Selling my 1964 Gibson ES-120T.  All original except for the metal ABR saddles (sorry I do not have the original).  The base of the bridge is also original.  Has the usual finish checking, light scratches one would expect on the guitar from 1964. Frets have plenty of life left.  Neck feels great to play up and down.  Truss rod works.  The neck is straight, and stays in tune.  The most wear is to the back of the neck.  Good reason for it.  This guitar sounds great for any genre. Comes with a HSC (not original). Selling 'as is', no returns and no refunds.  Sorry, no trades.  Please check out all pictures.  Please ask questions before purchase.  I will be happy to answer any questions to the best of my ability (not a store or dealer).  Thanks for checking out this great vintage guitar.

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • ES-120T
Finish
  • Tobacco
Categories
Year
  • 1964
Made In
  • United States
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Color Family
  • Brown
Body Material
  • Maple
Body Shape
  • Non Cutaway
Body Type
  • Hollow Body
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Model Family
  • Gibson ES-120
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Wood Top Style
  • Plain
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Pickup Configuration
  • S
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • Stop-Bar
Scale Length
  • 24.75"
Number of Frets
  • 20

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Karen's vintage emporium

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