Very rare 1991 Gibson Byrdland build by master luthier Jimm Triggs. She was hand built by the extremely talented master luthier Jim Triggs who was also one of the founders of the Gibson Custom Shop.
In 1954 Gibson’s president Ted McCarty sought opinions and ideas about new products. The suggestions from Tom Byrd and Hank Garland led to the development of the Byrdland. The Byrdland is essentially a custom built, thinner, L-5CES (Cutaway-Electric-Spanish) with a shorter scale neck. The short scale neck (23½”) facilitates intricate single-note patterns and unusual stretched chord voicings.
This pretty jazzer is magnificent for studio recording. Very nice and fat tones, check out the soundcloud demo. She is also in high excellent condition! Definately a rare find! The Byrdland is know for its short scale 23.5″ and and 22 frets to the body compared to most of the other big body’s that do with 20 frets. With its overall depth of 2¼-in, she is thinner than the L-5’s 3⅜” depth.
As said, these guitars can do a lot more than just Rock & Roll. From the Jazzy tones of Greg Koch to the hard rock licks from Ted Nugent. This is a winner!
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- This guitars comes with a new set of strings