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  • Difference between Gibson C-0 & C-1

    According to Gibson the C Models:

    C-0 - spruce top, round soundhole, bond body, rosette decal, mahohany back/sidesneck, 12/19 fret rosewood fingerboard, rosewood wraparound bridge, 3 per side chrome tuners with plastic buttons. Available in Natural finish. Mfd. 1962 to 1971.

    C-1- spruce top, round soundhole, bond body, 2 stripe rosette, mahohany back/sidesneck, 12/19 fret rosewood fingerboard, rosewood wraparound bridge, 3 per side nickel tuners with plastic buttons. Available in Natural finish. Mfd. 1957 to 1971.

    As you can see there is not much of a difference.

    I love mine, it was made in 1967, although I almost gave it away in moment of a GAS attack.

    I am not sure why they haven't appreciated in value but I have seen them priced for $600 with case, in a vintage guitar shop.

    By the way, what make and model is "Trigger", Willie Nelson's nylon stringed guitar?
    You have got to be kidding!

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    Thanks for the info about the C-0 and C-1. Willie's guitar Triger is a Martin but I am not sure which model.
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