1975 MARAUDER Natural, first year of production in very nice conditions, straight neck with good frets , working truss rod Come with Original Gibson hardshell case code GI38

The Gibson Marauder was an electric guitar model produced by Gibson between 1975 and 1979. Designed to compete with guitars made by Fender was discontinued after only 7,111 had been sold. It was Gibsons attempt to break into the Fender dominated "bolt-on"  Single-coil market, though in fact Marauders had two humbucking pickups (developed by Bill Lawrence). The body is a contoured Les Paul-shaped solid-body made of mahogany and the bolt-on neck was made of maple with a rosewood fretboard. The headstock was similar to the headstock of a Flying V. Interesting and affordable guitar. Incl. black hardshell case.

Solid contoured mahogabny body
Maple bolt-on neck
Maple Fretboard
2x orig. Gibson Bill Lawrence humbuckers
Chrome Hardware
2x black speed knobs
1xVol, 1xTone, 3-way
Orig. "harmonica" bridge
Incl. hardshell case