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Gibson first introduced tenor guitars into its line in the late 1920s, and any guitar model was available in a tenor version by special order. The TG-0 model was produced between 1927-33, and featured an all mahogany body and banjo style tuning pe...
"Case admits she stumbled upon the tenor guitar by sheer luck. “It was 2000, and I had made part of Furnace Room Lullaby at my friend Don Kerr’s studio in Toronto,” she says. “He had a tenor guitar and I had never seen one before. For years before that I had tried to play six-string guitar, but I have really tiny little hands and I could never really get going enough for it to sound like music. It was really hard for me to stretch my fingers like that. I just remember picking [the tenor] up and my hand fitting around the neck so perfectly. So I went home to Seattle and I bought a tenor guitar [a Gibson TG-0].” After playing the Gibson acoustic for a while, Case went after something a little harder to find: an electric tenor guitar. “I realized on tour that I was having a hard time being heard amongst my amplified brethren and I thought I could really use an electric guitar,” she recalls." - Neko Case on her tenor guitar collection: Fretboard Journal #2 cover story (Summer 2006)more
Gibson first introduced tenor guitars into its line in the late 1920s, and any guitar model was available in a tenor version by special order. The TG-0 model was produced between 1927-33, and featured an all mahogany body and banjo style tuning pegs. The TG-0 was reissued in 1960, through 1974, and now utilized conventional style tuners, and the same body as LG-0 model. All Mahogany construction, ladder braced top, 19 fret Rosewood fretboard with Pearloid dot inlays, rectangular Rosewood bridge with 2 pearl dots, Tortoise plastic top purfling, screwed down thick black pickguard, single black ring soundhole rosette, 2-on-a-plate open-gear tuners with white plastic oval buttons, decal gold logo, 14-3/8" lower bout, 1-3/16" nut width, 3-1/2 to 4-3/8" body depth. - See more at: https://www.gbase.com/gear/gibson-tg-0-1964-natural#sthash.DqSRvJ2k.dpuf
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