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Thursday, August 2, 2012

1966 Gibson EDS-1275 Double Neck

via this auction where you'll find more pics.
coastal.a.a (RSS)

"Not a reissue, relic or reproduction, this is a 1966 Gibson EDS-1275 Double Neck 6 String 12 String!! Gibson only made 4-8 in 1966, not many survived over the years. This guitar was Professional refinished Years ago, the finish looks original and is naturally aged, the 12 string neck has a slight repair at the headstock almost invisible on the treble side, see pic below, you have to look hard in person to find it, the repair is solid and undetectable. The guitar is CLEAN! A few nicks and dings but nothing serious, all the parts are 100% bone Stock! Nothing changed. Serial no. is 8XXXXX (Only the High bidder will be given the serial no.) No "Made in the USA" Stamps, no Volutes. Pot dates 66’. Both necks are one-piece mahogany and have a nut width of 1 9/16 inches and a medium-to-thick profile. Four Patent No. humbucker pickups with outputs of: 7.38 k Ohms, 7.53 k Ohms on the six-string guitar, and 7.39 k Ohms 7.62 k Ohms on the twelve-string guitar, All the covers have never been off the guitar. Original Frets in great shape, no fret outs or buzzes. The guitar weigs about 12 ½ Lbs, very well balanced! Talkin’ Killer Rare guitar in great shape! Plays great and sounds amazing…. Just like the 6/12 Jimmy Page used in Led Zeppelin. Gibson black rectangular hardshell case with yellow plush lining. Original case in great shape all the latches work with no issues and the HANDLE is intact!!"

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