“Trini Lopez Standard Guitar – An exceptionally responsive thin body instrument with double cutaway and outstanding appearance. The Trini Lopez Standard is designed for today’s musicians who need the modern sound in a quality fashioned guitar.” — 1966 Gibson Catalog
Make and Model: Gibson Trini Lopez Standard
Year: 1968. 1967 potentiometer codes although the full date codes are obscured by solder. Logo on the pickguard. Serial 905xxx.
Specifications: Thinline archtop with solid center block, 19th fret neck joint, non-Reverse style headstock, diamond fretboard inlays and sound holes. 1 9/16″ nut width, 8 lbs 4 oz, two patent sticker humbucking pickups.
Originality: All parts original to the guitar except the strings!
Condition: Excellent! This guitar is near mint except for vinyl finish reaction on the back of the body.
Playability: Excellent! This is an excellent sounding example that needs nothing. The neck is straight and the frets appear to be effectively brand new. The potentiometers, switch, and input jack have been cleaned and adjusted and function like new.
Notes: Just in from the daughter of the original owner! This clean 1968 Gibson Trini Lopez Standard has survived in incredible condition and plays like a new instrument. I flew into Denver, Colorado on my way back from Montana while buying a ’41 Gibson SJ-100 to meet this seller. I knew as soon as the case opened that I had to have it. I think you’ll love it too.