Here a Gibson Marauder 1975, a product of Gibson innovation with Bill Lawrence. The Marauder line was launched in 1974 and remained in production until 1979; being replaced by the Gibson Sonex series around 1980. This Gibson type guitar was initially produced at the Kalamazoo plant, followed by Nashville plant. The Marauder, along with the Gibson Grabber Bass were Gibson’s mid-seventies budget guitar models, though not cheap, but certainly not their lowest price electric; though there was a more up-market version, the Marauder Custom. Shaped like a Les Paul htwith a bolted neck. Alder body with maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard with bot markers. Headstock is arrow shaped like on the flying Vs. Pickups are Bill Lawrence designed humbuckers and are selected via a three way switch.Comes with soft case. 


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Brand
Model
  • Marauder with Rosewood Fretboard
Finish
  • Natural
Categories
Year
  • 1975 - 1977
Made In
  • United States
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Pickup Configuration
  • SH
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Model Family
  • Gibson Marauder
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Shape
  • Single Cutaway
Neck Material
  • Maple
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Body Material
  • Alder
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • Stop-Bar
Scale Length
  • 24.75"
Color Family
  • Tan
Number of Frets
  • 22

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