Gibson Melody Maker (1965) SOLD!

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In the event that you need further support in the never-settled debate about whether a heavy guitar produces more (or better) tone than a light guitar, we give you this all-original 1965 Gibson Melody Maker, which weighs in at a very comfortable 6.2 pounds and yet sounds absolutely immense. Whether you're revving the throttle on ferocious ‘80s-style punk riffs or unleashing slow, insinuating slide-guitar riffs, this mahogany-bodied instrument delivers buckets o' tone. The neck is a comfortably chunky “c” profile and not as thin as many Gibson necks from the mid- and late-1960s. The mahogany body is resonant and produces articulate mids and effervescent highs. No breaks, mods, or changed parts. The frets are in good shape, the tuners, though somewhat primitive, work fine, and the electronics are quiet and fully functional. Ships in original black, Gibson-badged chipboard case that is a bit worn, though structurally solid; however, it should be noted that the pick compartment is held in place with masking tape. SOLD!

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In the event that you need further support in the never-settled debate about whether a heavy guitar produces more (or better) tone than a light guitar, we give you this all-original 1965 Gibson Melody Maker, which weighs in at a very comfortable 6.2 pounds and yet sounds absolutely immense. Whether you’re revving the throttle on ferocious ‘80s-style punk riffs or unleashing slow, insinuating slide-guitar riffs, this mahogany-bodied instrument delivers buckets o’ tone. The neck is a comfortably chunky “c” profile and not as thin as many Gibson necks from the mid- and late-1960s. The mahogany body is resonant and produces articulate mids and effervescent highs. No breaks, mods, or changed parts. The frets are in good shape, the tuners, though somewhat primitive, work fine, and the electronics are quiet and fully functional. Ships in original black, Gibson-badged chipboard case that is a bit worn, though structurally solid; however, it should be noted that the pick compartment is held in place with masking tape. SOLD!