A small guitar rather rustic pretty lightweight and fragile.
No finish, (or bindings or degraded etc.) a simple varnish (but not one to stick to the hands as those of some G) The logo is screen printed in gold.
Manche (bonded) C not very thin, rosewood fingerboard, small frets, Kluson mechanical kind. The handle is not bad but it's not a highway. Two single coil covered with plastic covers branded "Gibson" in cursive raised two small pushbuttons as a selector, volume and tone. The jack is also on the small plate reminiscent of Telecasters, it was better to have an angled jack to not be embarrassed.
And a kind of bridge nickel cover (with "Gibson" engraved in cursive) the only useless thing this guitar also quite minimalist.
This is a guitar that was made only for a short time (probably this was not a commercial sucked.) And although rare does not seem to have a much higher rating.
She had a well-typed his Gibson but did not allow two single lot of versatility.
I do not remember qu'onpuisse have many different sounds with this guitar. I plugged in a Gibson combo (solid state), which was not well famous, it sounded properly without more.
At the time (around 1976) I bought it used for 1300F (as far as I remember) it was not very expensive. I sold about 1985 F 800! This guitar was not a lot of character, the sound was ok, the gameplay too, but nothing more. The look nice and proper ergonomics (besides the jack) What I liked most was its simplicity and "rustic" and light side; without sophisticated finishes, we had no fear of scratches or that take pets.
It is understandable that Gibson did not continue long in the making at the time (It's much worse now.)