Rare Vintage Gower Flattop Acoustic Guitar In Gibson Case
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Rare Vintage Gower Flattop Acoustic Guitar In Gibson Case:
You don't see these come up for sale very often, especially in this condition! For sale today we have this very Rare Vintage Gower Flattop Acoustic Guitar that was built in Nashville Tennessee. This company was established in 1955 and stopped making guitars in the early,early 70s. Billy Grammer(RIP) was associated with this company back then. The Gower familybuilt great guitars that were played by some of the greats from that era andbecoming highly sought after nowadays.This fine example, of which I'm not sure of the model, is constructed using some very tight grained Spruce for the top, very beautiful Rosewood back, sides, fingerboard, and bridge, and some equally nice Mahogany for the neck. With all of that said I think it is easily understood that this guitar sounds AMAZING! Please understand as well, this guitar needs nothing but new strings. There are no structural issues(no top cracks, no back cracks, no bridge lifting, no top bow, NO Nothing). This guitar is a joy to play. It is set-up perfectly. The neck is straight, the frets or fingerboard show hardly any wear. The only issues are purely cosmetic and simply typical for a guitar of this vintage. The headstock has both corners slightly chipped( I challenge you to find another Gower or Grammer that doesn't) and the lacquer finish has checked as it should. There are the usual nicks, dings, scratches, and the like all over the guitar, but nothing major. This guitar is very presentable. Please enjoy the pictures and ask any questions you may have. PayPal only and shipping is calculated according to your location. It ships in a period correct vintage Gibson hardshell case. It will be packed and insured properly for safe arrival. Do some research and hurry back. Don't miss this chance at a true piece of collectible American history that can be played and enjoyed while it constantly climbs in value. Thanks for looking!