The Gibson Skylark lap steel shares the same futuristic look and vibe of the famous Flying V, Explorer, and Modern electric guitars.
It also uses the same natural finish and one piece African Korina wood for its body.
It has a raised silver colored plastic “Gibson” logo on the headstock, a black painted hardwood fingerboard, and white silk screened fret markers.
The Skylark was produced from 1956 until 1967 and came in both 6 and 8 strings. Plug this into a Marshall amp and let it scream …