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    Gibson Super 400 Archtop Acoustic Guitar (1947) Condition: Very Good.
    A beautiful sunburst-finish guitar. Elvis' main guitar man, Scotty Moore, preferred the Super 400, and used one for his album, The Guitar That Changed the World. Elvis himself is seen playing a Super 400 on his 1968 Comeback Special. This sweet acoustic features light wear and several small dings to the top, some wear along the neck, and some minor corrosion to the brass tailpiece. The sides and back wood are lovely, and the overall appearance of this instrument is wonderful, as it its playability. The serial number A700, and the instrument comes with its original case. From the Russ Cochran Guitar Archive.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2009
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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