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Gibson RSSJJPN17 Southern Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Southern Jumbo is renown for its proficiency to belt out country rhythms or acoustic blues leads. Original examples are among the most prized war...Click To Read More About This Product
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Extremely limited edition Southern Jumbo with L.R. Baggs electronics.
The Southern Jumbo is renown for its proficiency to belt out country rhythms or acoustic blues leads. Original examples are among the most prized war-era flat-tops in today’s vintage market. This limited edition Southern Jumbo picks up where those classic models left off.
The Classic Southern Jumbo detailing includes parallelogram inlay and '50s shape tortoise pickguard. Hand built in Bozeman, Montana. This May limited edition is capped at only 75 instruments worldwide! Upgraded with an L.R. Baggs VTC pickup for ultimate plug and play ease. Ships with a Certificate of Authenticity. Available in May 2016.
Includes hardshell case.
- Body type:J-45Hollowbody
- Top wood:Sitka Spruce
- Back & sides:Mahogany
- Bracing pattern:Scalloped X
- Body finish:VintageSunburst
- Orientation:Right handed
- Neck shape:Slim taper
- Nut width:1.725 in. (43.8 mm)
- Neck wood:Mahogany
- Scale length:24.75 in.
- Number of frets:20
- Neck finish:NitrocelluloseGloss
- Brand:L.R. Baggs
- Configuration:Undersaddle transducer
- Preamp EQ:1-band
- Feedback filter:No
- Headstock overlay:Info not available
- Tuning machines:Grover Nickel Rotomatics
- Saddle & nut:Bone
- Number of strings:6-string
- Special features:Limited edition
- Case:Hardshell Case
- Accessories:Certificate of authenticity
Limited to 75 models. Get yours today before they are all gone.
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Comments about Gibson RSSJJPN17 Southern Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
This being my first mahogany guitar I was surprised at how loud and clear it is, what a great escape from rosewood. Note separation and clarity is very good. Fit and finish is pretty good for a Gibson, they seem to have quality control issues lately typically with the finish.