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Offline Mr.OMuck

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1910 Gibson L-1?
« on: November 20, 2008, 07:10:05 PM »
My friend Rick at Carmine Street Guitars here in New York has an absolutely superb Brown 1910 Gibson L-1.
That's a small body archtop round sound hole, with intact floating pickguard for 2K. This is the best one of these I've ever played. I'm weepin that I can't snag this baby. Baseball bat neck but mysteriously great playability and beautiful sound.
Thought one of you lucky rich bastards might wanna know.

http://www.carminestreetguitars.com/
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