1966 GibsonEB-0 – Pelham Blue
Of all the Gibson Custom Colors, Pelham Blue has to be one of the most beloved and sought-after, and it looks incredible on this all-original 1966 Gibson EB-0! When the EB-0 was first introduced, it featured a slab body in the Les Paul double-cut style. However, like most other models, it adopted the SG body shape in 1961. This one features one “Mudbucker” in the neck position, a rosewood fretboard with pearl dots, and the original cover and mute, all in fantastic condition. The finish itself has some nice patina and “greening” of the clear coat, with some marks and buckle rash. Overall, the playability and weldability of this short-scale piece are incredible, and with the look of this Pelham finish, it’s sure to stand out in any collection!
Overall Condition: 7.5, patina and yellowing of the clear coat, weather checking, and buckle rash
- Finish Details: Pelham Blue, Original, Good Condition with patina, weather checking and light wear including buckle rash throughout
- Body Material: Mahogany
- Neck Material: Mahogany
- Fretboard Material: Rosewood
- Neck Profile: Full C
- Weight: 7 lbs 7 oz
- Scale Length: 30-1/2"
- Pickup Readings: N: 27.43K
- Electronics: Original, Untouched
- Hardware: Original, Good Condition with patina
- Nut Width: 1-11/16"
- Includes: Original Black Hardshell Case with purple lining
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