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American-made quality at an entry-level price.

American-made quality at an entry-level price.
Resurrecting one of the most popular electric guitars in Gibson's history, the Melody Maker is an accurate, affordable re-creation of the original Melody Makers of the late 1950s.

Originally introduced as a student model, much like the Les Paul Junior, the Melody Maker became a player's favorite for its light weight, comfortable neck, and great tone.

Today's Melody Maker Les Paul guitar is no exception. With a slim, light, mahogany body and set mahogany neck; period-correct pickguard housing a special design single-coil pickup; vintage-style wraparound tailpiece; rounded neck profile, and rosewood fingerboard; the Melody Maker is an unbelievable value for players of all ages, styles, and skill levels.

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FEATURES
  • BODY
  • Body Species: Mahogany
  • Jack Location: Top
  • NECK
  • Species: Mahogany
  • Profile: Rounded
  • Neck Joint Location: 16th Fret
  • FINGERBOARD
  • Species: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 24-3/4"
  • Total Length: 18.062"
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Nut width: 1.695"
  • Inlays: Dot
  • HARDWARE
  • Plating Finish: Chrome
  • Tailpiece: Wraparound
  • Knobs: Black tophat
  • Tuners: Vingate white button
  • ELECTRONICS
  • Bridge Pickup: single-coil
  • Controls: One volume, one tone

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GibsonMelody Maker Electric Guitar
 
4.6

(based on 111 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun to play (3)
  • Good feel (3)
  • Good tone (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (3)
  • Practicing (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Shockingly Good

The best bang for the buck out there. Better tone than guitars four times its price. Dual P90s in one of these may make it the best guitar (and guitar buy) on the...Read complete review

The best bang for the buck out there. Better tone than guitars four times its price. Dual P90s in one of these may make it the best guitar (and guitar buy) on the planet.
I tried my first Melody Maker in a guitar store and instantly fell in love. A few blemishes here and there, but nothing to cringe at. The pickguard could have used another screw between the pickup and the controls. The finish is thin, as some people have mentioned, but that is a GOOD thing for tone. And this has tone to spare. The stock single coil sings under moderate to high gain. Through a Fender Prosonic and a Deluxe Reverb the guitar is very versatile if you play with the tone knob. It almost has a bit of Telecaster snap, and can produce a similar tone to early Led Zeppelin. I have two of these, and switched in a both a P90 and a Seymour Duncan Custon Mini-Humbucker in at various times (require body routing a bit). Such easy changes to this guitar can give you monsterous tone with different flavours. Looking for a third now to rout out to try a Seymour Duncan JB, Pearly Gates, or Gibson 57 Plus in. The playability is even better than the tone. I current play a couple Melody Makers, a Les Paul Special Junior, and an SG Standard, and have owned Strats and Telecasters in the past. The Melody Maker plays better any other guitar I have. The LPJS is close, but the MM takes the cake. I could not recommend this guitar more, if you're not a super stickler for flashy guuitars.
A steal at twice the price! Well, maybe not at twice the price, but with a good high quality paint (nitrocellulose I mean), nice tight grain mahogany, and quality hardware this is the best value going. This guitar does not NEED anything out of the box. The tuners are stable, the pots are HQ, the nut is good Corian, and my two MMs intonate perfectly.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

looks good, feels good, doesn't work.

Got this guitar today. took it out of the box and was pretty excited. I bought this guitar as a backup, and also to play less heavy stuff on. I like it...Read complete review

Got this guitar today. took it out of the box and was pretty excited. I bought this guitar as a backup, and also to play less heavy stuff on. I like it aesthetically, the job doesn't look cheesy like those faded models. This looks far more classic. It's super light and simple. It feels very....raw? I guess is the word. Really comfortable neck that isn't too bulky, but not annoyingly thin. The body is quite thin, but it's appropriate. The volume and tone controls really do give you a wide range of tones. However, the action is really poor, the intonation is impossible to get right and the low E string literally doesn't produce a proper note, it just makes a farting noise, and palm muting it is even worse. The other strings aren't as bad, but still buzz and can't handle chords very well. Overall, everything about this guitar is great, except it's most important quality: it's basic ability to play.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Shockingly Good

By Shawn Chatman

from Washington State

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

The best bang for the buck out there. Better tone than guitars four times its price. Dual P90s in one of these may make it the best guitar (and guitar buy) on the planet.
I tried my first Melody Maker in a guitar store and instantly fell in love. A few blemishes here and there, but nothing to cringe at. The pickguard could have used another screw between the pickup and the controls. The finish is thin, as some people have mentioned, but that is a GOOD thing for tone. And this has tone to spare. The stock single coil sings under moderate to high gain. Through a Fender Prosonic and a Deluxe Reverb the guitar is very versatile if you play with the tone knob. It almost has a bit of Telecaster snap, and can produce a similar tone to early Led Zeppelin. I have two of these, and switched in a both a P90 and a Seymour Duncan Custon Mini-Humbucker in at various times (require body routing a bit). Such easy changes to this guitar can give you monsterous tone with different flavours. Looking for a third now to rout out to try a Seymour Duncan JB, Pearly Gates, or Gibson 57 Plus in. The playability is even better than the tone. I current play a couple Melody Makers, a Les Paul Special Junior, and an SG Standard, and have owned Strats and Telecasters in the past. The Melody Maker plays better any other guitar I have. The LPJS is close, but the MM takes the cake. I could not recommend this guitar more, if you're not a super stickler for flashy guuitars.
A steal at twice the price! Well, maybe not at twice the price, but with a good high quality paint (nitrocellulose I mean), nice tight grain mahogany, and quality hardware this is the best value going. This guitar does not NEED anything out of the box. The tuners are stable, the pots are HQ, the nut is good Corian, and my two MMs intonate perfectly.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Does what I want so it can stay

By Louie McNeal

from Northern most Southern Mordor

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Overall its a great guitar for ME. You may need something with a lot more things to play with, but I just need it to play music and it does that in spades. The intonation is great, its light enough that I don't have to have any medical treatment after a 4 hour show and it looks great (I got the black one). I guess, compared to some other Gibson's out there, it is a bargain, but still... maybe another little bit off the tag would really make me feel better about it, but I'm a bargain hunter so take that as you will.
I love this little guitar. I am not a lead guitarist, so let me get that out of the way. I sing and play rhythm guitar and this is perfect for ME. It has one knob and its for volume. I have owned about a hundred guitars in my life, and I have found that tone knobs are for people with indecision anyway.
Very good quality. It was stage-ready right out of the box. I just tuned it up and it was magnificent. It holds tune great and the neck is straight as an arrow. I have never, repeat NEVER bought a guitar in my life that I didn't need to have set up... until I got this one.
I think it could probably be a bit cheaper seeing as it is a fairly simple no frills unit, but what do I know?

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

for those who care about tone...

By the bp hater

from middle of no were, MT

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

It was about a year ago when i bought my Gibson melody maker and im still amazed by it. The tone is sensational you can go from warm to in your face bite with only one pickup! And its light, very light this guitar is so light and comfortable to play you could play several hours and not get tired. Now im not one who cares about aesthetics so i dont mind that there are places on the guitar that arnt sanded very well or how the finish is fading rapidly because this thing plays so well you wont care about things like that.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great simple Axe

By StratMan421-_PTm3

from Nakusp, BC

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Back in the 70's,there was a band named Kalamazoo from the Montreal area. One of the guitarist named Mike played a Melody Maker. I got to jam with him a few times and he show me a few licks and words of encouragement. Anyways the Guitar is really cool, love the neck and the tone is very controlable. If your back is hurting you and you could not even pick up your heavy Les Paul, this guitar is sweet.I had the same thought as the other guy about the action figure box, but you will be pleased when you get it out of the box. It plays nice not plugged in as well for just hacking around. The intonation was perfect, action and ease to play was suprising right out of the box. The pickup is not noisey like my strat single coils and has a nice warm tone clean and overdriven. The finish could be better but its simple and keeps the cost down.I have the Tobacco sunburst and it has a vibe of its own, its funny how guitars can do that. Great investment for collectors!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Cheesy looks, looks can be decieving..

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Picked up a Worn White Condition 2 used Melody Maker the other day, UPS just delivered it today, and I'm quite pleased despite some of this guitars flaws.Now, I'm not gonna blow smoke, the worn "finish" is so thin and leaves so many open pores in the wood, it barely qualifies as any sort of finish. Further, it seems they skipped the final sanding on most of this guitar, indeed some spots on the body didn't even get as far as 120 grit. Also, the seam between the finger board and the neck wood were left with a pretty noticeable ridge. The frets are in desperate need of a polishing, too.However, flaws aside, The only adjustment I had to make was to lower the bridge a little, and tune it. Good to go. Intonation is as good as a wraptail will ever get, and it plays well in tune across the fretboard, very minimal buzzing. The volume and tone controls work perfectly with a good range, and even the pickup, which I expected to dislike, sounds really good. Bottom line, even with the flaws (which I expected) this is a great little American made guitar.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Simple and Elegant

By DaveH003

from Portland, OR

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

This is a stripped down, single-coil, thin satin nitro, blues and rock guitar. That's it. End of discussion. No complaining about the fact that it's not a high end Gibson. If you want a high end Gibson, then buy one.Now, my experience with this little gem:The finish is beautiful and feels worn in, the pickup has a great sound (blues, distorted rock, punk), the tonal range is really impressive for a single pickup, and the price is UNBELIEVABLE. Between my son and I we have several Gibsons, and this was a unique and welcome addition to our collection. My son wanted a LP Jr., but the moment he picked up the Melody Maker, he knew it was the one he wanted. It has the Gibson single-coil punch (think a bluesy P-90 with a little less proper pedigree - very cool) without the standard Gibson punch-in-the-gut price.I have to admit that I have put down my own favorite LP to sneak in a little time with this baby. Overdriven, it's pure punk rock. Ride it clean and you have a great blues ax. The neck is satin, which will leave your fingers to work the fretboard without your hand sticking to the neck. The body is thin and super light, which is a big difference to any of my other Gibsons, Fenders or Gretsch's. In other words, you can play it for hours and not feel like your shoulder could shake hands with your knees afterward.Overall, this is a fantastic guitar for the price and it's pure Gibson - not a cheap knockoff with a Gibson logo. If you are looking for a Les Paul, this ain't your ax. If you are looking for that refined humbucker sound, look elsewhere. If you want a well made guitar with great tone that is fun to play and will age well over the years, then this ax might be for you.Thank you, Gibson for a reasonably priced guitar. It's about time.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Back to basics.

By teamscottp

from Portland Oregon

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

My first american made guitar was a late '60's melody maker, I got rid of it over a decade ago, I had some issues. Since, I have been looking for another, I missed the lightweight body, the playable neck and the basic electronics. I had one of the late '80's/early '90's Melody Makers, the one with a single humbucker. It was a great player but, to me, the vibe wasn't there. Since, we have seen a few different versions of the Melody Maker, mid '90's a fender style tremolo, that one didn't last long. For a number of years Gibson has offered a single p-90 version. It wasn't right for me. I saw this version and had a gut feeling, this was the one. When I recieved it, my expectations were low, considering price. I am not impressed by the box, it's a guitar not an action figure. The sunburst finish has serious vintage vibe, looks great, satin finish and all. It isn't perfect, but what is? It felt kind of wimpy out of the box. I put some heavier strings on and it became alive. The sound from this pickup on this guitar is amazing, very dynamic. I have heard it through a jcm 800, micro cube, twin, ac-15, valve jr., sansamp direct. All blew me away. The volume knob is in the pefect place, very easy to access. I don't think this guitar is for everyone, But I recommend this guitar for players conerned with being better players. The feel of this guitar is nostalgic of another time, a real, american, rock and roll machine.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

'59 Melody Maker reissue

By Mark-3Gyp0

from Charleston, SC

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Gibson USA has reissued the famed '59 Melody Maker at an unheard - of price. This guitar is THE best buy in the current USA market. The single pickup screams and distorts well. The neck and fret work are top notch. Gibson got the sunburst exactly right. I didn't like the satin finish with exposed grain, so I sprayed mine with gloss lacquer, put some wear marks on the body, and aged the hardware giving it a relic look. It already sounded like a '59. Now, it looks like one. This makes a great starter guitar or a standard go-to instrument for the experienced musician. Sounds best through a Marshall 4x12!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great simpe guitar

By SGman04

from va

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

This is a great guitar its very simple and its a true USA Gibson! The neck feels very good the single coil pickup has alot of edge to it!! The finish is great very vintage looking!! I own a few very high end les pauls and this guitar ranks right up there with its big brothers!!! It also has great tone!! Its a all around good guitar for all types of music!! The more i play mine the more i like it!! For $ you can't go wrong! Then again its a Gibson how could you go wrong anyways!! Why buy a cheap crappy epiphone when you can have a real USA Gibson for the same money!!! If your thinking of buying this don't think twice!! Get the sunburst!!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

awesome punchy sound for cheap

By ryan-CmRqV

from ocala FL

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

i was pretty skeptical of this guitar when i saw it but after having the opportunity to play it i loved how punchy and the amount of crunch you can get out of this thing. i liked it so much i went and got one. the finish is nowhere near that of a normal gibson or pretty much any other guitar for that matter, its basically just a flat finish. its not made for looks. i love mine and play a lot of green day. green day uses a similar single coil les paul style guitar. i wanted a les paul junior(what green day uses nowadays)but after playing the melody maker its about the same sound for much cheaper. i love this guitar and definitely recommend it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hits the mark, easily worth every penny.

By Strip City Sinner

from NY

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

The MM is a simple all mahogany guitar, a real beauty IMO and a perfect platform for some easy upgrades to make a killin' axe on the cheap. Not familiar with the originals? Don't go busting Gibson for making an economical student model guitar. That's what a MM has always been. They didn't doll it up and ruin what is easily one of the best values in American guitars along with Fender?s Hwy 1 line. Not everything is perfect with the guitar, there were some rough fret edges and the tuners will go south pretty quickly. Why continue using these pressed Schaller/Klusons when they have the Gotoh versions available is beyond me? Lots of old stock? A setup and a new set of tuners are easy to take care of but it would be nice if Gibson addressed these issues. The stock pickup is very good, vintage output (5.8k) and it has a very cool Tele like twang. The stock pots/wiring are fine, no need to do anything there if you?re happy with the sound.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best guitar for the money!

By Fluffy-fZR0p

from Longview, TX

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

I was amazed with how versitile this guitar is. If you can't afford a Les Paul of just want something different than the crowd YOU NEED THIS! I've gotten all kinds of sounds from it and great for just about every style. The body is very thin for a Gibson, much lighter than the Les Paul, and most importantly even lighter. Even for a budget guitar it is pefectly playable with a great feeling neck and perfect action. If you want it to look old school put some amber knobs on it. Again it sounds amazing from twangy tele sound to raw thin twin. Too bad Gibson stopped making the double pickup version!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wanted a Les Paul Jr.

By Old Dead Head

from Columbia,SC

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

I wanted a Les Paul Jr.,but ouch!I just could not justify the price tag.I wanted a small lightweight bedroom guitar,and this was it.My first thought was to modify the whole guitar.The only changes so far was schaller locking strap buttons, and replacing the crappy deluxe tuners with Grover Mini Locking 406C Tuners.The stock pickup sounds great through my '71 Silverface Champ.I think a tube amp is key to this guitar sounding good.I love the Sunburst finish.I have been slowly rubbing it out with Martin spray polish. It gives it a nice semi gloss appearance and helps protect against scratches.The mahogany body and neck are solid and provide the resonate tone that really make this guitar.I love it!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

MADE IN U.S.A. rules !!

By Dr.LaRrY ♫

from Winston~Salem ~ N.C.

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Just got one of these Worn White MM after many years of saying I would, and glad I finally got it ! This little guy is a great twapper to grab for any style. I do clean finger picking to full metal and this can do them all, STOCK ! I was gonna change the bridge and pickup and tuners but thought I'de just have another guitar like I already own ! So I'm leaving it the way it came and just play it. I'm NOT a fan of wraparound bridges due to the lack of intonation adjustment and the stock strings poked my right palm when muting but careful string placement when I changed them took care of that. Also had to sand the neck down a bit becuase its finish was way too pourous for my feel AND some frets had sharp edges. Pickup is darn quiet for being a single-coil and goes thru my Mesa Roadster on the modern channel good and after I dropped the action way down, I could fly on this thing ! ONLY mod I'de consider is adding another stock pickup in the neck position, thats it ! Just get one ! They're cheaply priced, fun to play and MADE RIGHT HERE !

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

5 Star Guitar

By ePdOESy6w

from Upstate NY

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

I will but this axe again but I will get it in the more traditional sunburst finish.I have the black and i like to say it has a Liverpool vibe to it, so I like to think.The sound does not have the bite of a Fender,it is a unique sound to say the least,think the garage sound of the bands from the periods 1964-to 66 Kinks and early Who also that underground garage sound from this period can be nailed with this axe.This will give you the last of the early hard rock tunes before they started using Fuzz boxes and Marshall 100 watt stacks...YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED, .. BUY THIS GUITAR!!! ITS USA MADE TOO.

 
5.0

Back in the "Gibson" saddle again!

By PawPaw

from Myrtle Beach, SC

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good basic performance
  • Good Feel
  • Good Tone
  • Light Weight
  • Price

Cons

  • Budget model
  • Slight finish mistakes

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

This is my first Gibson guitar in over 40 years. Price has been a factor in not buying a new Gibson before now. This guitar gave me a way to re-enter the Gibson fold at an affordable price. Not feature rich but still a solid Gibson, I am happy to once again have a Gibson in my arsenal. I play only for my own enjoyment now and have been thouroughly enjoying this light weight little monster. Thanks Musician's Friend for making this guitar affordable enough for me to buy and enjoy!

 
5.0

Aguitargrl review on a Great Guitar

By Aguitargrl

from Pennysylvania

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Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

I am playing the melody maker through a Fender amp and also have used a Vox valvetronix amp too..This guitar sounds amazing through either amp..and I have just plugged it into my effects pedal set up though my Fender amp and this guitar can do just about anything you want it to.plus with the light weight you can do a 4 hour gigs and not feel like your shoulder is about to fall off!.I am more than Very happy with this guitar..This one is definately a Keeper!! Buy One and Rock On!!
My melody maker arrived a few days ago,I bougth the worn white finish..one volume one tone knob..single pick up. and an excellant black gibson gig bag with white interior. guitar is light weight and finish was excellant on it!!.
Right out of the box the action was low but not too low to get any fret buzz..there were no sharp fret edges anywhere along the neck..tuners are good don't see any problems with them in the future..strap buttons are good. The finish was excellant smooth no unsanded spots anywhere on the guitar or the back of the neck..on my guitar I can not see any wood through the finish at all even thought it is a thin finish on the guitar..I did not have to have this guitar set up..I can't believe it arrived ready to play no adjustments needed.
I have wanted a worn white melody maker for years,finally bought one and it was well worth every cent..I have several high end Gibsons, and Fenders..but I find I'm playing the melody maker more and the rest of my guitars are sitting in their cases..

 
5.0

Better than expected

By james p

from Waukegan IL.

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

  • No negatives here

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Recording
  • Small Venues

Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

With a minor bridge adjustment, this M M feels plays and sounds like a guitar costing 3x as much

 
4.0

rockin guitar

By 123

from Baton Rouge, LA

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Rock Concerts
    • School Bands
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    The light weight of this guitar makes it very playable. The 59 roundback neck is comfortable and fills the hand nicely. This guitar should really come with some type of hard case. Or at least have a case designed for its thin body that is available.

     
    5.0

    Simple, solid, sounds good

    By Aaron-f1G1k

    from Phoenix

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    Comments about Gibson Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    Recently purchased a Melody Maker from Musician's Friend as I've never owned a Gibson and was curious to see what an inexpensive American-made guitar could offer.This is a great little guitar. There is nothing fancy about it, and indeed, when you pull it out of the box it at first has an almost toy-like look and feel to it. However, the neck is perfectly straight, I was able to set the action lower than on my much more expensive American Deluxe Stratocaster, the intonation is good and it stays in tune. Not to mention the very good sustain Gibsons are known for, and (perhaps because it's essentially just a mahogany plank with a pickup) it has nice unplugged volume for practicing on the couch. The neck isn't as fast as on a Stratocaster, but the frets on mine are smooth, bending notes is easy and it stays in tune. Great guitar for beginners, but it will do anything an advanced and imaginative player could ask of a single pickup guitar. I'd have no concerns leaving this guitar in the hands of a child.Very nice, authentic American Gibson. The merits of this instrument quickly reveal themselves and this just makes the plain - almost cheap looking - appearance seem really cool. Some online reviews really trash this guitar as "cheap", but there is nothing cheap about this guitar; it's very simple and solid as a rock. Best $ I've spent in a long time.

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