GIBSON DOVE ACOUSTIC/ELECTRIC BRAND
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2008-09-20)
Price : US $1,800.
HELLO AND UP FOR AUCTION !
THIS BRAND NEW & UNPLAYED 2007 GIBSON DOVE
NOT A MARK ON HER ...NO ISSUES AT ALL !
THIS IS FROM MY COLLECTION OF FINE GUITARS .I STAND BEHIND ALL MY INSTRUMENTS . CK MY PERFECT FEEDBACK SCORES
The Gibson Dove is a flattop Steel-string acoustic guitar made by Gibson Guitar Corporation. First made in 1962 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, it was Gibson's second square-shouldered dreadnought (based on the Martin D-style dreadnought), after the introduction of the Gibson Hummingbird in 1962. Both guitars have solid spruce tops and engraved pickguards. The Dove has solid maple back and sides instead of the solid mahogany used for the Hummingbird, and the Dove has a longer scale length (25.5'' vs 24.75''). The Dove's longer scale length and maple back and sides make it a louder, brighter guitar than the Hummingbird. The double parallelogram fingerboard inlays, the two doves on the bridge, and the dove on the pickguard are mother of pearl. The Dove has factory installed active electronics powered by a 9-volt battery. The original Doves had Gibson's tune-o-matic bridge. While the tune-o-matic bridge seemed like a technological improvement at the time, the metal bridge had negative effects on tone and volume. The Scotty Moore web site has photos of several different Dove bridge types; tune-o-matic, adjustable, and fixed. In 1968 the internal bracing of the Dove was made heavier; while this made a sturdier guitar that was less likely to be return
This guitar is sold (sold on 2008-09-20)
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