An increasingly rare reissue of the 1971 Gibson classic, this Bozeman, Montana-crafted 1995 Gibson Gospel Reissue boasts a beautifully aged Sitka spruce top and cream-bound solid mahogany back and sides, preserving the original Gospel's unique arched-back construction for effortless projection and strumming resonance. The instantly familiar feel of low, even action across an unbound rosewood fingerboard and stage-ready 1940s headstock style make this lovingly worn player a session workhorse at a working musician's price. Notes:
This 1995 Gibson Gospel Reissue Sitka Spruce/Mahogany Dreadnought is in Very Good condition, fully functional, with light visible wear (pictured) consistent with age and appropriate use, including minor neck indentations behind 10th fret (pictured), and dried residue at top of headstock, professionally evaluated, not related to any issues or repairs, could likely be removed with aggressive solvent. Includes original hard case.
All instruments from the Old Town School Music Store are professionally inspected and set-up before shipping, and directly support the missions, programs, and continued growth of the Old Town School of Folk Music.
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