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Gibson L-00 (1929 or 1932–1945) plainest model of L-0, only top binding until 1937, then top & body binding after 1937 (reverse of L-0).
- Gibson L-00 guitar Gibson L00 guitar info, L-0 L-1 L-2 flat top vintage Gibson L1 L0 L2, 1926 to 1945. Vintage Guitar Info.
- Stephen Pate (16 July 2012). Oye! English mainstream hunting for the Woody Guthrie's Guitars: Celebrating the 100th Birthday of Woody Guthrie — Woody played hundreds and here are some notables. Oye! Times, Tronto, Canada. Retrieved on 2013-08-26. "Woody Guthrie’s Gibson Guitars: ... Woody is also shown in pictures playing the smaller Gibson L-00 model. ... Gibson changed the L-0 from sunburst to black and back to sunburst finish during the 1930s. Most sources agree his guitar was a black L-00. The Gibson L-00 can be seen in several pictures from 1941 on. It is famous for the “this machine kills Fascists” label that Woody put on many of his guitars. ..."
- Gibson Elvis Costello Limited. Gibson Guitar Corporation (2010–). Retrieved on 2013-08-26. "The new Elvis Costello Century of Progress acoustic is fashioned after Costello’s beloved 1936 model, which was left in pieces following a bizarre flood at the storage facility where he stored his instruments."