Gibson Roy Smeck Stage Deluxe Sunburst 1943

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As a Hawaiian-style guitar, the Roy Smeck Stage Deluxe was intended to be played on the lap, and came with a massive 12-fret neck to match its rotund body. Many players have had these instruments' necks reworked or replaced to transform them into viable spanish-style guitars. For this reason, there is a lot of variation in the originality of surviving Roy Smecks. Even in non-original form, these guitars are of great interest to collectors in search of the legendary massive tone of a Roy Smeck.

Years of Production: 1934 - 1943

Body Style: Dreadnought, Hawaiian

Design Elements: Bound body, rounded -shoulders,  16-inch width, 12 frets clear of body, sunburst finish  

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