1964 Gibson B45-12

Introduced in 1961, the Gibson B45-12 was the companies most popular 12 string guitar throughout the '60s. This is example is the more common square shoulder, natural top variation, and is constructed from a Spruce top with Mahogany back and sides. This particularly B45 is one of the better ones we've had, with a beautifully balanced, extremely full sound. The neck is comfortable to play, and the headstock features a split diamond headstock inlay and the original Kluson tuners. 

This guitar is in very good, all original condition. It also includes a non original hard case. 



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