1952 Gibson RB-100 neck complete with the original factory installed tuners.
Mahogany construction with a Brazilian rosewood board and dot inlays. Two (2) holes are drilled in the peghead for cam-style D tuners w/bushings (maybe factory?). The pancake-style tuners are 4 to 1 ratio and the fifth (5th) peg is the original friction-style, and it holds tune well. The original truss rod cover and two (2) mounting lag bolts are also included.
The neck looks to have been re-fretted at sometime in it's life. Shows some mild to moderate wear on the first 3 frets and also on the fretboard (see pics). A sliding capo has been removed leaving two (2) tiny holes just below the fretboard. Has some minor wear showing on the tips of the peghead.
I'd plan on having the heel re-cut to properly fit your pot assembly. Otherwise, you'll either need to shim at the bottom lag area or add some wood there.
United States, Carthage, TX, 75633
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Condition of Item(s):
Used - Good Condition
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