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The Hummingbird Pro Cutaway Acoustic-Electric is a dreadnought style guitar that features a Sitka spruce top,...
The Hummingbird Pro Acoustic-Electric Guitar is a square shoulder dreadnought that features a Sitka spruce...
Gibson Acoustic's master luthiers have recreated a legend. The SJ-200 acoustic guitar delivers the look, feel,...
Originally designed around the frequency range of the human voice for peerless vocal accompaniment.
The J-45 Standard, known as Gibson's "Workhorse," features an AA-grade Sitka spruce top with pattern-grade...
The classic Gibson L-00 body and custom herringbone top trim recall the instruments played by some of the...
The original amplified acoustic that fueled hundreds of hits.
The Songwriter Deluxe boasts extraordinary tone and style!
The name Gibson has been synonymous with top of the line guitars for over a hundred years. Anyone that has ever owned a Gibson acoustic guitar would agree they are in a class of their own when it comes to quality, construction and sound. Simply put, a Gibson acoustic guitar is a work of art. Gibson was founded back in 1902 and has been creating acoustic guitars since the 1930’s. In fact, they were largely responsible for the growth and popularity of the acoustic guitar, particularly in the big band era of the 30’s. As the acoustic guitar continues to make its mark in modern music, Gibson has continued to find innovative ways to build on their success. Some of the most legendary names in music have used Gibson acoustics. Brian Jones, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones, Alex Leifson of Rush and Neil Young to name a few have all hit the stage with Gibson acoustic guitars during their careers.
Known world-wide for their rich, full sound, an acoustic guitar is the perfect choice for any venue from a small coffee house to a large auditorium. Whether you are picking up a guitar for the first time or have spent years honing your craft, you’re sure to appreciate the traditional, unplugged sound of a Gibson acoustic.
Investing in a Gibson acoustic guitar is a big decision and understanding the different features and benefits each guitar offers is sure to help narrow down your choice. If you’d like to own a piece of history and get back to basics, the Gibson 50th Anniversary 1960 Hummingbird is a commemorative recreation of Gibson’s classic square shoulder dreadnought guitar. With a balanced tone and legendary playability, this guitar is made from durable mahogany with gold tone EVO frets for added luster. If you’re looking for a versatile all-around guitar for blues, folk, pop or bluegrass, the Gibson 1942 J-45 Legend Acoustic Vintage Sunburst is a terrific choice. With an Adirondack spruce top and solid mahogany body, this guitar produces the mellow, full-bodied tone you’d expect from a genuine Gibson.
Gibson acoustic guitars have a rich, dynamic history and emotional connection for musicians world-wide. With their soulful sounds and exquisite craftsmanship, a genuine Gibson guitar is a must-have for your studio or stage performance.