This custom-built double-neck (conventional six-string neck in the lower position combined with a twelve-string neck weighs 11.20 lbs. Two three-piece Mahogany/Maple/Mahogany necks, both with a wide nut width of over 1 11/16 inches and a medium-to-thick profile. Four "T-Top" humbucking pickups with outputs of 7.43k and 7.30k on the six-string guitar and outputs of 7.57k and 7.12k on the twelve-string guitar. One of just 334 guitars built in 1975 when the model was re-introduced (having been discontinued in 1969). Housed in the original Gibson black rectangular hardshell case with purple plush lining (9.00).
Uploaded to YouTube: January 7, 2009
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