This vintage Gibson is in very good shape for its age! It plays and sounds phenomenal for Jazz, Blues, Folk style music! It has beautiful finish checking and light play wear. The frets are in good shape with a bit of wear in the first three positions but nothing major. It doesn't affect the playability of the guitar but I wanted to mention it. Again it's minor wear on those frets from chording. Included is a Mono Gig bag. If you have any question please feel free to let us know! More info and specs below:
Body size at lower bout: 16". Scale length: 24.9" Nut Width: 1 11/16"
Materials: Solid Honduras mahogany neck, arched maple back and sides, solid Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
Hardware: Original P-90 pickup and electronics; original nickel trapeze tailpiece; original tortoise pickguard; original nickel-plated Kluson Deluxe tuners, original compensated rosewood bridge.
Introduced in 1938 as the ES-100, the ES-125 was renamed in 1941, and remained in continuous production for over 30 years. With its fat P-90 pickup and fast 24.9" scale, the ES-125 offered true Gibson quality and playability at an affordable price. The laminated body offers superior feedback resistance, and the guitar produces a respectable acoustic tone for playing unplugged.