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Gibson Dove Ebony Finish Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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This Gibson Dove comes with a custom ebony finish, which gives it a striking look compared to the usual natural finish.The Gibson Dove Acoustic-Elect...Read More
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This Gibson Dove comes with a custom ebony finish, which gives it a striking look compared to the usual natural finish.
The Gibson Dove Acoustic-Electric Guitar is a masterpiece to be savored by the ear and the eye. It features curly maple back and sides with a solid Sitka spruce top, bound fingerboard with pearl parallelogram markers, 25-1/2" scale, handmade dove-wing bridge with mother-of-pearl inlays, and a distinctive engraved pickguard with inlaid mother-of-pearl dove. The L.R. Baggs transducer with soundhole mounted volume control makes your plugged-in sound accurate and easy to adjust. Nickel hardware and a deluxe hardshell guitar case complete the Dove Acoustic-Electric Guitar package.
Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
Replete with a masterful luthier's touches and a custom ebony finish.
- Grover Rotomatic Tuners
- Bone nut and Tusq saddle
- "Big Sky" radiused fingerboard edge
- Industry's finest electronics
- Premium hardshell case
- Distinctive labels
Order this exquisite dreadnought in striking ebony.
Dove Ebony Finish Acoustic-Electric Guitar
- Curly maple back and sides
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- Bound fingerboard with pearl parallelogram markers
- 25-1/2" scale
- Handmade dove-wing bridge
- Mother-of-pearl inlays
- Distinctive engraved pickguard with inlaid mother-of-pearl dove
- L.R. Baggs transducer with soundhole mounted volume control
- Gibson hardshell case
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Comments about Gibson Dove Ebony Finish Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
When you buy a guitar in this price range usually it is the culmination of a lot of looking playing, discerning fact from fiction. I bought this guitar maybe fifteen years ago, when I had money. I bought it the same day I purchased a J-45 Buddy Holly model. I sold five guitars and waded two years through layaway payments and I finally bought the guitars and stored them.The dove played very well but I really do not play it oftern. I actually like the nautral with the red maple sides over the black but color does not dictate the great sound you get with this guitar