1934 Carson Robison
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This is a Garrett Park Guitars Hall of Fame item. Below is the original description of the item and may not reflect actual inventory or availability of the item.
For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1934 Carson Robison
Built exclusively for Montgomery Ward, this Carson J. Robison guitar is a fantastic treasure from the Depression Era. This guitar was built by the Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The guitar features a sunburst spruce top, mahogany back and sides, an unbound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, and is a great sounding vintage Gibson-made small bodied guitar with loud crisp mahogany tone. This is a wonderful artifact of an extremely tough era, and someone would have spent what they made in a month on this guitar. This is the same style & size of the Kalamazoo KG-11. Comes with a soft case.
We had our repair tech make a small break on the bottom side of the guitar disappear, as well as craft a new bone saddle. This guitar sounds and plays beautifully.
Condition: Very Good -
Photos are of ACTUAL guitar, NOT stock photos!
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