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Now this is a fine example of what makes the 30's era Gibsons so special! This model was the dressed up version of the L-75 in honor of the Century of Progress international exhibition held in Chicago in 1933. It is in exceptional playing condition and has that classic small archtop lively sound with lush mids and a nice sustain. The tuners, bridge, and tailpiece are all original. There are two professionally repaired top cracks, and has a replica pickguard and bracket mount. It would also appear to have a newer bone nut. It does not have the original case, but includes a more modern hard shell case.