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7 lbs 12 oz.

Do you love this? Do you hate this? It's usually one or the other. No clue what Gibson was thinking here, but it's actually a comfortable guitar that plays good and sounds good. Its sound is Strat-like, but not exactly. A little darker, a little less snarky in the 2 and 4 positions. But it's cool, and quite usable. In decent condition. Nothing alarming. Frets are probably 80-90%, has lacquer checking and a couple spots where a coily cord left marks in the finish. But pulling a Corvus out of the case draws more attention than those marks ever will.

Speaking of case, it comes with the factory original that is in the same used, but decent shape the guitar is in. It's setup and ready to go straight to the gig.

Plus, if you give yourself a stage name of Corvus, a free personalized truss rod cover is included.

If you don't, well... it says Corvus there anyway.

In all seriousness, this is nice Gibson guitar that looks a little unusual. Be adventurous, go for it. You only live once...


1983 Gibson Corvus III

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