One of the more affordable twin pickup hollowbodies in the vintage market is Gibson's second generation ES-125. The adapation of the thinline design initially found in the ES-225 model and then with the ES-330/Casino, the ES-125 has a stripped down aesthetic with classic P90 Gibson tone.
This is a very nice mid 60s example that looks like it had spent decades stored in its original Archcraft case. With the exception of a missing original pickguard and some light contact rash from an old guitar strap present on the back of the body, it's an exceptionally clean guitar. The original P90s sound excellent, with a healthy amount of output that allows for some nice Americana or Roots-Rock tones just as it does Blues and Jazz.
The neck has a nice slim/medium C profile with a slightly chunkier taper - fairly common for the era. Due to the more substantial taper, the narrower 1 9/16" nut feels a bit more comfortable, especially up the neck.
Lightweight, balanced, and resonant - even with a Bigsby B6 tailpiece - this is a great sounding and playing ES-125!
Priced with original lined chipboard case (fair condition)