Music Store Live is proud to present this 1952 Gibson Southern Jumbo! This is heavenly strumming guitar and a mean picker as well. The tone is warm, full and plenty crisp.. We've gone over the guitar and made sure she is good to go upon arrival. The truss rod works and we've adjusted the neck for proper relief, set the action to a comfortable low position and made sure the guitar plays in tune up and down the neck. We're very happy with the way this Southern Jumbo plays and sounds and think you will be too! In a warehouse full of killer vintage guitars, if I was going to a recording session tomorrow this one would be tops on my short list. The feel and tone are inspirational to the point where I may have written a new song just by picking it up. This '52 is the genuine article.
This 1952 Gibson Southern Jumbo is all original with the exception of the frets and the white buttons on the tuners. The tuners themselves are the original Klusons. Some of the features that make this such a standout guitar are the 16" wide body, round shoulder dreadnought design, spruce top, mahogany sides, back and neck and a bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard with split parallelogram inlays. The belly bridge on these guitars is also a nice treat as the rosewood "belly" faces the soundhole and by doing so interferes less with the vibration of the top between the bridge and the endpin. The gold Gibson script logo, multi ply binding and tortoise pickguard are a few more shining gems this guitar offers. This guitar even has its original nut which measures 1 11/16". To top it all off, it comes with its original Lifton hard shell case which is a very desirable item to find with such an original guitar from this era.
By now maybe you've noticed the name on the top. We don't know who "Dick Mott" is but we've had a lot of fun imagining what he and his playing style was like. Looks like he wanted you to know his name. While they're obviously not original to the guitar, there's something endearing about them. We'll leave the fate of the decals to the new owner to decide.
This Gibson Southern Jumbo's Factory Order Number (FON) can be found on the inside neck block : Z 871 17 which accurately dates it to 1952.
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