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USED GIBSON / 1976 MK-53 [05]

Serial Number : 00214195

[SN 00214195] USED GIBSON / 1976 MK-53 [05]

Item Code: 05-2800001266041
Condition: USED
Store: [05] shibuya

常规价格 $1,143.00 USD
常规价格 促销价 $1,143.00 USD
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The Mark Series was designed by Michael Kerscher and Richard Schneider, and is completely different from Gibson's traditional Jumbo and round-shoulder models.
The Mark Series, with its unique kasha bracing, asymmetrical bridge, and other unique ideas, made a spectacular debut in 1975 as a "new standard," but it was not well received by players at the time, and production was discontinued in 1979, thus ending its short life.
Looking at it again now, the position of the bracing and the shape of the bridge to efficiently transmit the string vibration to the top board are the fruit of tireless analysis and research into the sound, and the structure seems to be worthy of recognition.
This model is not a major model, and is often described as "unique," "a change," or "rare," but it is no wonder that it has a certain number of fans.
MK-53 has a spruce top, maple side/back, 3-piece maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and 25.5" scale.
Although not as loud as the J-200, it has the clear tone and bounce of a maple body.
Overall, there are some signs of use commensurate with its age, including large and small dents and paint cracks on various parts of the body, as well as distortion (swelling) on the top characteristic of kasha bracing.
After the guitar arrived at our store, it was refretted and the nut height was adjusted, including fingerboard correction, the crack between the bridge pinholes was corrected, and the saddle was replaced by our affiliated repair company.
* Unfortunately, it was not possible to make the saddle in the same material and shape as the original, so a new saddle with a wider width was made from cow bone material.
Pickguard and optional saddle are missing.
In the vintage market where the price is getting higher and higher every year, this Mark series is still affordable.
Although not highly original, this is a must have for Gibson fans and those who are considering a vintage acoustic debut.
Item Rank: B: Fairly scratched and used, but no problems in normal use.
Year of manufacture: 1976

Serial Number:00214195
Case: Hard case/not genuine
Weight:- kg
Fret remaining: 80%-90%.
Truss Rod:Tighten/Loosen direction
Neck Condition: No problem
Manual: None
Other Accessories: None
Note: Other accessories are shown in the picture only.

Please read carefully.
* This item is a used item and only one of the actual item is available.
* There are scratches, dents, etc. due to use that are difficult to see in the pictures. Please understand in advance.
* In addition, because it is listed in multiple malls, there is a time lag in the sales situation and inventory situation, there is no real time.
Therefore, there is a possibility that the item has already been sold at the time of order.
ギブソン伝統のJumbo、ラウンドショルダー達とは全く異なり、マイケル・カーシャ氏とリチャード・シュナイダー氏によってデザインされたMark Series。
* サドルについては残念ながらオリジナルと同じ素材、形状で作成することは叶わず、牛骨素材にて幅の広いサドルを新規作成しております。

重量:- kg

* こちらの商品は中古品の現物1点限りでございます。
* 中古品につき、使用による傷・打痕等、写真に写りにくい傷がございます。予めご了承くださいませ。
* 店頭及び、複数のモールに掲載されているため、販売状況・在庫状況にはタイムラグがあり、リアルタイムではございません。

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Founded in 1938, Ishibashi Music Corporation is one of the busiest and most respected Musical Instrument retail chains in Japan. The company is highly regarded world wide as a reliable seller of top quality secondhand items too. We have over 13 stores around Japan including Tokyo, Yokohama, Chiba, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima,Fukuoka and Shanghai(China). Ishibashi Music Corporation also handles large amounts of NEW, USED and VINTAGE instruments.

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Ishibashi Music Corporation is one of the largest and most respected Musical Instrument retail chain stores in Japan. The company is highly regarded world wide as a reliable seller of top quality USED and VINTAGE instruments.

Domestically the Ishibashi Music Corporation also handles a large amount of NEW inside of Japan. We have over 11 stores around Japan including Tokyo, Yokohama, Chiba, Nagoya, Osaka, and Fukuoka. Not all of the items you purchase from us are in our Shibuya store in Tokyo where we do all of our international communications from.

Please be patient while we do inter-company transfers on your items. The usual wait time for our shipping is 7 to 10 days worldwide. We are open from 10:00am until 6:00pm (Tokyo time zone)


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