1970 Gibson EB0 bass
The slotted headstock EB basses had a mother-of-pearl Gibson logo, simply glued on to the headstock - a real contrast to the carefully inlaid headstocks of the previous decade, but still a step above a decal or silk-screened logo. Note the blocky leters and lack of dot over the i. have a look at a 1969 EBO headstock logo in comparison 1969 Gibson EBO. The slotted headstock basses also had a scripted model designation on the truss rod cover.
The backwards facing 'banjo' style tuning keys are the Schaller M4 classic; quite similar to the regular M4 Gibson had used a few years earlier, but with string holes through the post, rather than slots at the end.
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