1934 Kalamazoo KG-11 Senior Sunburst
For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1934 Kalamazoo Senior Sunburst in Very Good condition.
This 1934 Kalamazoo Senior is an excellent example of Depression-era Gibson Guitars. The model, also known as the KG-11, is the higher-end Kalamazoo of the age, with the addition of a pickguard and checker-board inlay around the soundhole. The KG-11 also features binding on both the front and back of the body. The construction is a solid Adirondack Spruce top, and Mahogany back and sides. This guitar weighs in at 2 lbs, 14.5 oz.
This guitar comes with an upgraded TKL case.
New Condition : Just out of the box from the manufacturer, may include items purchased from another dealer (will be stated if so)
Mint Condition : when we say mint, we mean mint. No wear, like new out of the box, previously owned
|EC||Excellent Condition : Very clean, might have some minor wear, dings, scratches, or finish cracks, but otherwise very close to newcondition.|
|VGC||Very Good Condition : Basically clean, might have some deeper scratches, pick wear or missing finish. Nothing real serious, no cracks, unless otherwise stated.|
Player Grade or Vintage Player- Indicates an instrument that may have a vintage or collectible pedigree that has some restoration or changed parts
Good Condition : Solid playing condition, may have one or more repaired cracks or other cosmetic flaws.
|FC||Fair Condition and PC = Poor Condition : Indicate that the instrument may have some problems, usually described.|
Other Common Abbreviations and Phrases We Use
|HSC||Hard Shell Case : Includes hard shell case.|
|OHSC||Original Hard Shell Case : Includes original hard shell case (usually vintage instruments).|
|SSC||Soft Shell Case : Includes soft-shell case.|
|SN||Serial Number : We include this whenever possible.|
|on hold||Transaction pending on this item|
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