So, this is #3 KG-14 guitar in the last few days and it's also a consignment. This one is the most played-in of the batch and has the most general use-wear, though it's also the most "classic" of the bunch. Typical KG-14 style applies: L-00 body shape with ladder-bracing, 24 3/4" Gibson scale, and 1 3/4" nut width. Because this is a '39, the neck profile is a little more of a hybrid C/V shape rather than a typical V neck. It feels closer to that 40s/50s Gibson profile.
My work included a bridge shave and reglue, new bone saddle, new ebony pins all around, fret level/dress, tuner lube, and general setup. It plays like a champ and sounds especially nice for fingerpicked ragtime, blues, and folky styles. As usual, when used as a flatpicker it has a punchy, loud voice that sits nicely in a mix if you want some clarity and volume to cut through.