Gibson Custom Shop EDS-1275 Double Neck Alpine White w HSC Selected for Japan

Gibson Custom Shop EDS-1275 Double Neck Alpine White w HSC Selected for Japan

£7,495.00Price

Up here we have a stunning 1998 Gibson Custom shop EDS-1275 in scarce Alpine White finish. We don’t see many in this finish and this beautiful guitar was built for export to Ishibashi in Japan around 2010. It still has some of the Japanese docs with it. It is in very nice condition overall with no big bumps or dings. As is usually case with Alpine white as it ages there are a few spots where it has yellowed. There is still plenty of life in the frets on both necks (never had a refret so still has its fret end binding), the truss rods re fine and the necks are straight. No problems either structurally or electrically. Weight is nice and light at 5kg. It’s well along the road to being a real vintage looker. Nothing bad has ever happened to it with absolutely no breaks or repairs etc. Pics were taken before it was cleaned, restrung with frets polished and boards conditioned etc. So expect it to reach you in sparkly clean used condition! Comes with its original Gibson Custom Shop HSC with which is in great shape with no issues, a little of the inner lining has split. Comes with Custom shop certification booklet and other bits of case candy including the Japanese docs etc. A rare chance to get your hands on a top-quality Japanese selected Custom Shop EDS-1725 in awesome Alpine White.

 

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We carefully hand-select all our guitars and refuse a lot more than we accept, if they don’t blow us away on all fronts, we just don’t put them in our shop; if it’s for sale by Gas Station Guitars, you know it’d gonna be pretty special. All pictures are of actual guitar, we do not use stock photos. NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship to the E.U, Europe, U.S, Canada, Australia, NZ and of course the UK.