A 1936 Cromwell Model G-4 in Sunburst finish.
As the headstock says, this guitar was made for Cromwell by Gibson. We believe this guitar was exhibited at the 1936 NAMM show. It has repaired side and back cracks. The action is high and the guitar does not have a truss rod. A historical guitar that needs some TLC but has a lot going for it. All in all, in good vintage condition for a guitar of this age.
3-on-a-Plate Open Gear Tuners
1 3/4" Nut
Mahogany Neck with 24 3/4" Scale Length
Neck Depth .85" at First Fret and 1.75" at Heel
19 Small Frets (appear to be original)
Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard with Big Dots and Purfling Strip in Center
Adjustable Rosewood Bridge with Low Saddle and Trapeze Tailpiece
Spruce Top and Laminated Mahogany Back and Sides
Non-Original Soft Shell Case
Weight 3 lbs 13 oz
No Serial Number