1930's Cromwell G4 Archtop Guitar by Gibson
Gibson produced guitars under several brand names like Kalamazoo and Cromwell, to help fill out their production capacity during the lean years of the depression. These guitars were similar to Gibson models, but built using lighter construction and less costly processes including pressed, rather than carved tops and backs.
This example is in good condition overall for its age. No cracks or visible repairs. It has had a pickup fitted at some point which has been removed leaving only the endpin jack.
Has some fret wear but doesn't affect playability. It has a great lively and full sound. The neck has the traditional prewar full "V" profile.
The top is pressed solid Spruce and the sides and back pressed Mahogany. The neck is Mahogany with no truss rod, and the fingerboard and adjustable bridge are Brazilian Rosewood.
Comes with a modern traditional hardshell case.