Gibson 1968 ES-125TDC Cherry Sunburst
The ES-125TDC is a thinline, full hollow "archtop" guitar based on the ES-125, produced by Gibson between 1960 and 1970, which to many people is one of the most underappreciated vintage Gibson guitars out there. This double P90'd, Cherry Sunburst beauty is in great condition, with all original parts, electronics, and finish. This guitar has an Indian Rosewood fretboard, as Gibson started steering away from Brazilian in the mid 60's. These guitars had laminate maple bodies, but are very resonant and vibrant sounding.
This guitar has a vintage Bigsby B3 tremolo, original from the factory, which is in great working condition, and works great with the original ABR-1 "Tune-O-Matic" Bridge. This guitar has Kluson 3-in-line tuners. The original dogear P90's are roaring, and you can dial in that perfect "Bad To The Bone" tone with ease.
This guitar has some checking on it, as well as a few dings here and there, mostly some buckle rash.
Serial #875891 comes with a non original hard case.