|Serial Number||9114 16|
|Pricing||$1850.00 CND (approx.$1763.USD as of Nov.26/2011) No Longer Available|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with fairly heavy wear on the back, Brazilian rosewood fretboard, parallelogram inlays, original binding and nut.|
|Body||Spruce top, mahogany sides and back, rosewood bridge, Florentine cutaway.|
|Finish||Lots of small scratches, dents and dings, finish has been stripped to natural.|
|Hardware/electronics||Original P-90 pickup, one volume and one tone, non original strip tuners.|
|Comments||Introduced in 1950, the Gibson CF100E was one of the first electric/acoustic flat top models with a cutaway; quite advanced for its time. Great playability up to the 7th fret. Shallow neck angle has brought the action up to 8/64″ treble side, 10/64″ bass side when measured at the 12th fret position. Bridge saddle is low, with only 4/64″ showing. This example has been stripped to natural and has quite a bit of wear and tear but sounds great. Comes with a Japanese black hardshell case in 8/10 condition.|
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