My first John Walker in the shop in years, and I'm glad to have him back! John worked at Gibson for many years, and he picked up a thing or two about building Gibson style guitars. This is his interpretation of a Gibson J-35, and it's pretty kick-butt. Plenty of mid-range punch and power, and it rings clear as a bell with the mahogany/Adirondack combo. Plays great. Comes with original hardshell case.
Mahogany back/sides Adirondack spruce top 16" slope shoulder body Waverly tuners Ebony bridge, fretboard, and headplate Ivoroid binding 1 3/4" nut, 2 7/32" spacing, 25 5/8" scale
Cosmetically, this guitar is in good to very good condition. There's some pick scratching around the sound hole area, as well as a couple of indents on the back. Otherwise just polish swirls and light signs of handling.