The Gibson B-25 was introduced in 1963 to replace the previous LG-3 model in the Gibson catalog. There is not a whole lot of difference between the two models other than the name, with the B-25 featuring the same Spruce top with X bracing and Mahogany back and sides. This B-25/12 model from 1967 is probably the most common Gibson 12 string model of the period alongside the B-45, with a beautiful tone that belies its size.
This guitar is in very good condition, with the kind of minor cosmetic wear you would expect form a guitar of its age. The original Kluson tuners are present and correct although the buttons have been replaced. The trapeze tailpiece is also original, although there is evidence of a larger tailpiece being on the instrument previously, with some screw holes that have been filled at the base of the guitar. Otherwise, this guitar is in all original condition, and includes a non original case.
As with all vintage instruments, this 1967 B-25/12 has been given a full service by the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.