When I think of the Gibson acoustic history, something like this really comes to mind. I can see Robert Johnson sitting on a patio in the swamp lands of Missouri, a twig of grass in his mouth and a straw hat on his head as he strums his Gibson acoustic guitar and watches some weeping willows sway in the light summer breeze.
That’s my vision I immediately get when looking at this acoustic guitar, and I like it.
The Gibson 1928 L-1 Blues Tribute acoustic guitar does come at quite a hefty price tag of $3,299 however. I guess this is why Robert Johnson had to sell his soul..
Body | Gibson 1928 L-1 Blues Tribute Acoustic Guitar
The top of this beautiful Gibson acoustic guitar is made with Adirondack Red Spruce, with a back and sides of Mahogany. It has a traditional X-braced Top.
Headstock | Gibson 1928 L-1 Blues Tribute Acoustic Guitar
The Gibson headstock actually has a Mother of Pearl inlaid The Gibson, a very unique piece of nostalgic history. I also really appreciate the vintage open back 3-in-line tuners used on this, yet another piece of history returned into this acoustic guitar.
Fingerboard / Fretboard | Gibson 1928 L-1 Blues Tribute Acoustic Guitar
The fingerboard on The Gibson 1928 L-1 acoustic guitar is a typical rosewood 25 inch scale with a radius of 12″, with standard Gibson Acoustic fret wire and 1/4 inch Mother of Pearl dots.
Have you used this guitar? I’d love to hear how it sounds to your ear.
I’d give my non-strumming baby finger to have one of these..