Gibson TG-0

1931

Tenor model based on the body of the Gibson L-0. Like its big sister, its’ made of Honduran mahogany and the fingerboard and bridge are Brazilian rosewood. I bought this instrument from a violin luthier located in the southern United States. He had taken the neck out of the body to perform a neck reset but had never completed the operation. Florian Chateau has therefore taken care of it brilliantly once again. The result is impeccable and the instrument very playable. The voice of this guitar is both soft and powerful. Modern case.

2990,00

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