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    1957 Gibson Byrdland Sunburst Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar, Serial # A25477. Rare Byrdland with Alnico pickups. Two square-ish plugs in the top between the two pickups with a circular pattern around each of them. Finish crack at waist on bass side of the top that was inspected with a mirror and does not show any signs of cracking inside. Light to moderate wear on the frets. Replaced pickguard bracket screw. Normal to light checking and a few minor dings to the original finish. Neck pickup is loose and it appears that someone attempted to re-glue it. However, the finish was not harmed. Screw hole on the bass side of the neck pickup is broken out and will need luthier repair. Original hard case included. Condition: Good. Price Guide Value $8,800

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    28th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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