This clean vintage 1939 Gibson L-00 model acoustic guitar came through the shop a few years ago. It's an excellent example of a clean late 1930s Gibson acoustic. I'm always a vintage Gibson guitar buyer but I especially love the acoustic guitars from the 1930s and 1940s. Please contact me here to sell a vintage Gibson acoustic guitar.

Check out another vintage Gibson acoustic guitar that came through the shop: 1941 Gibson Super Jumbo 100

 Gibson's L-00 flat-top guitar made its first catalog appearance in 1932 amidst many improvements across the steel string acoustic line. The L-00 model was Gibson's lowest priced name brand flat-top acoustic guitar with humble appointments including a stencil painted script "Gibson" logo, single layer top and back binding, and simple pearl dot fretboard inlays. It was offered in a standard sunburst finish or an opaque black finish on and off throughout its production run completing in 1945.

This clean 1939 Gibson L-00 has survived in wonderful condition and is ready for the stage, studio, or collection. Repairs include a neck reset with new bone saddle, bridge reglue, and refret all professionally completed by Jason Burns (Burns Repair). All parts are original to the guitar with the exception of bridge pins, frets, one replaced tuner screw, and strings. Two small hairline cracks in the back were glued hide glue and did not require cleats. There is a very small area of touch up in front of the bridge.

The rare amber Kluson open back tuners are original to the guitar and were only installed on the model for about a year's time. We're thrilled to offer this stunning little Gibson with attractive aesthetic and raw bluesy acoustic tone for which these guitars are known (edit: sold!)

Gibson small body acoustic guitar 1939 L-00

Gibson headstock white script stencil logo 1939 L-00

Mahogany back Gibson L-00 1939

Gibson amber button Kluson tuners 1939 L-00

Vintage Gibson small body acoustic guitar 1939

John Shults

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