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Bob Bartoli


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Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 21 Aug 2015 5:54 pm     Reply with quote

Selling my '56 Gibson L7 -C ,17" carved spruce top masterpiece, the L5's baby cousin... it is a true closet classic, being in 9.99999 condition, with the original Gibson case. The guitar was rarely played, and is in immaculate condition with the exception of some light scratches. It has a newer repro guard, the original was replaced due to deterioration...Beautiful 60 year old patina, great action everything functions as it should, truss rod etc... NEVER REPAIRED. or altered in any way, a real showpiece. $5500.00,plus shipping, open to legit offers.. Pay Pal add 3%... e mail lucybobkat@yahoo.com.. or call 570-829-7908...if intrested, this is a beautiful guitar and rarely discovered in this condition.NOTE the truss rod cover is not original, but I found the original one in my parts box and is now on the guitar..Thanks










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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 21 Aug 2015 6:30 pm     1956 Gibson L7-C Reply with quote

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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 22 Aug 2015 5:22 am     Gibson L 7 C Reply with quote

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Andy Eder


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North Florida, USA
Post Posted 25 Aug 2015 8:30 pm     Reply with quote

Bob, She's a beauty!
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Bob Bartoli


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Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 26 Aug 2015 6:37 am     L7 C Reply with quote

Thanks Andy, she is a beauty, it'll take a special buyer.. but I doubt if you can find a nicer one, of course I'm flexable on the price..Bob
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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 12 Sep 2015 2:20 pm     Gibson Reply with quote

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Jim Saunders


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Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
Post Posted 17 Sep 2015 4:05 pm     Gibson L7 Reply with quote

I had a Gibson L7c in the 70's. I had a Johnnie Smith pickup installed at the factory and it was a fantastic guitar. I truly regret having sold it for $500.00. Today it would be worth $6000.00.
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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 28 Oct 2015 2:31 pm     Gibson L7 CN Reply with quote

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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 19 Nov 2015 5:38 pm     Gibson L 7C Reply with quote

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David Mason


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Cambridge, MD, USA
Post Posted 20 Nov 2015 12:17 pm     Reply with quote

Needs a Floyd.... sigh. If'n ya removed that pickguard it'd be easier to play with yar teeth. Rolling Eyes
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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 30 Nov 2015 6:01 pm     1956 Gibson L 7 Reply with quote

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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 17 Dec 2015 5:04 am     1956 Gibson L7C-N Reply with quote

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Bob Bartoli


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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 30 Mar 2016 11:30 pm     1956 Gibson L7 CN Blonde WOW!! Reply with quote

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Bob Bartoli


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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 6 Sep 2016 6:02 am     Gibson L 7 Reply with quote

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Jay Yuskaitis


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Post Posted 10 Sep 2016 3:51 pm     Bob Bartoli Reply with quote

Hi Bob, I just got a phone call from Herb Hooven, we had a good half hour conversation, luckily we still each have a dozen up above. He mentioned he'd not heard from you in a while. He was hoping you hadn't lost any fingers. Take care, Jay
Not a computer person, this was the only way I know of to reach you.
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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 28 Dec 2016 8:39 pm     1956 Gibson L7 CN Reply with quote

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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 30 Jan 2017 8:09 am     1956 Gibson L7 CN Reply with quote

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Erv Niehaus


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Post Posted 30 Jan 2017 10:17 am     Reply with quote

Bob,
You don't need to do so many TTT's, just delete the previous one and add another.
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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 15 Mar 2017 8:04 pm     Gibson L7 CN Reply with quote

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Jeff Au Hoy


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Post Posted 19 Mar 2017 11:06 pm     Reply with quote

LOL, Bob. Razz
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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 20 Mar 2017 4:35 am     Re: Gibson L7 Reply with quote

Jim Saunders wrote:
I had a Gibson L7c in the 70's. I had a Johnnie Smith pickup installed at the factory and it was a fantastic guitar. I truly regret having sold it for $500.00. Today it would be worth $6000.00.

Well, if it makes you feel a little bit better, $500 in 1970 would be worth $3,276 today, so you didn't lose quite as much as you thought... still bad, though, I know...
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Bob Bartoli


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Post Posted 2 May 2017 1:38 pm     Gibson L7 CN Reply with quote

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