Gibson 1935/37 E-150
Both E-150 bodies are pretty much the same, but there are two differences with mine.
The first noted is that the 1935/37 piece has 4 Grover G-98 tuners, 1 G-93 and 1 post war Waverly tuner.
The second difference is that the 'Gibson' script was removed sometime in the past (the old owner probably accidently polished it right off) and was replaced with a very similar script decal.
These pieces are tough to come by, thus, I am ok with it.
You can view my other '35 E-150 by clicking here 1935 E-150.
For those viewer who really want to see the in-and-outs of these beautiful pieces, this page will display many great angles....enjoy!
According to Lynn Wheelwright, this E-150 has two shipping dates in the ledgers. On December 20, 1935 it was shipped to Fred Walker owner of Walker Music in Baltimore. It appears that it was shipped back, perhaps for repairs and sat in the Gibson factory for some 16 months, where it was reshipped with EH-150 amp #1319, to Charlotte Ash on April 21, 1937.