I have a lefty customer who sends all manner of nice old ukes to me for various degrees of work. This gussied-up Gibson was a pleasure to have in the shop and boy -- she sure is a beaut and sounds good, too! This is about the cleanest style 3 I've seen while browsing the net for old ukes but it did need a light bridge shave/reglue and fret level/dress plus setup to get the most out of it.
In addition, Gibsons tend to have a dry and snappy sort of sound (and an excellent feel to the necks), but that's enhanced on this one even more with a set of genuine gut strings. Listen to the clip and you can get an idea of what gut sounds like -- they're a little poppier and has really defined mids compared with nylon or fluoro strings and Aquila Nylgut does a good job of capturing that but not quite.