Axe Heaven Gibson SG EDS-1275 Doubleneck Cherry Mini Guitar Collectible
Guitar lovers unite! This officially licensed Axe Heaven Gibson SG EDS-1275 doubleneck cherry mini guitar collectible is the perfect gift for any guitar fan. Each mini guitar model is 1:4 scale and is approximately 10" long.
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OFFICIALLY LICENSED Gibson SG EDS-1275 Doubleneck Cherry 1:4 Scale Mini Guitar Model
AXE HEAVEN® is the originator of handcrafted miniature guitars. Now, we are recreating the same Gibson high level of craft and quality in each miniature.
Product #: GG-223
This miniature replica model honors the legacy of Gibson electric guitars. Used by legends from Jimmy Page to Alex Lifeson, one of the most improbable guitars to ever be played has etched its place in music history since its introduction decades ago. The EDS-1275 Doubleneck features more than just stunning looks, with hand-selected body and neck woods, Custom Bucker pickups, and a hand-sprayed nitrocellulose finish for a truly no-compromise recreation that honors the original in tone, feel and spirit.
Each AXE HEAVEN® miniature replica guitar is 1:4 scale and is individually handcrafted from solid wood, with metal tuning keys.
Each guitar model is approximately 10” in length and comes complete with a high-quality miniature adjustable A-frame stand and a gold foil stamped Gibson by AXE HEAVEN® guitar case gift box.
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Included with your mini guitar collectible is one miniature adjustable A-frame stand, one guitar case gift box stamped with a gold foil Gibson logo to prove full authenticity of your collectible.
Officially licensed by Gibson guitars and produced by Axe Heaven.
Love the products. Great customer service.
Unbelievable exact copy of the instrument. The details are incredible. So realistic I want to take a mini cord and plug it into a miniature amp and rock away.
Pretty cool conversation piece.
Looks great and nice to look at. Reminds me of Jimmy Page