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1948 Gibson SJ-200

$12,500
The Gibson Super Jumbo 200 was introduced to the public in 1938 after a short run of three guitars for singing cowboy Ray Whitley. At $200, it was the most expensive flat-top guitar in the Gibson line up. Instead of the typical Factory Order designation that Gibson used for low to mid level instruments, Gibson used an individual serial number for each Super Jumbo 200 and subsequent model name...
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1956 Gibson SJ

$5,999.99
This example of the 1956 Gibson SJ is in good playing condition, with lots of wear. This guitar has been used as intended! There is fairly heavy pick wear on the top below the pickguard and bridge, there is a crack repair at the edge of the fingerboard by the pickguard, but there are no breaks in the neck or serious cracks. At one time, a pickup was installed and the hole for the jack is still in...
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1940 Gibson SJ-100

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Very rare original SJ-100 in an excellent condition! You just can't find this model in the market and very few people has a pleasure of playing this wonderful model made by Gibson. This guitar is the "Monster"-big big sound! Gibson decorated this guitar with beautiful brown sunburst, original pickguard, bat bridge, thick body bindings. The tuners are replacement, but they are rare Kluson tuners...
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1948 Gibson SJ (#GIA0611)

$6,595
1948 Gibson SJ, Tobacco Sunburst finish, Small Tortoise pickguard, Scalloped Bracing, Parallelogram inlays, Great full feeling neck, Excellent low action, Professionally filled & touched up jack hole, Fine playing, Superb sounding! VG++, NHSC, $6,595
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1948 Gibson SJ Southern Jumbo

$6,250
Retrofret Stock # 5697. Gibson SJ Southern Jumbo Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar, c. 1948, made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, sunburst top, dark stained back and sides finish, mahogany back and sides, spruce top; mahogany, hard shell case. Overall length is 41 in. (104.1 cm.), 16 1/4 in. (41.3 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 4 7/8 in. (12.4 cm.) in depth at side, taken at the end block. Scale length is...
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~1950 Gibson SJ-200

$5,900
1949-50, Factory(?) refinish sunburst, newer Gibson guard, refretted, perfect repro bridge and bridge plate, great sounding and easy playing J-200
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1948 Gibson SJ200

$16,500
This 1948 Gibson SJ200 (super jumbo) commonly referred to as the "King of Flattop Guitars" has a unique story. It was owned and played for many years by Heck Harper (1919-1998), the singing cowboy host on a children's TV show on Portland's KPTV and later on KGW in the early 1950s. He often played this guitar on his show. Check out YouTube to see Heck playing this guitar. Portlanders of a certain...
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1994 Gibson SJ-200

$30,000
I'm a huge Ren Ferguson fan, and this shows some of his finest work. It is a one-of-a-kind custom SJ-200 hand-built by Ferguson himself. The guitar features a custom vine inlay, as well as Brazilian rosewood back and sides. It doesn't get much cooler than that. The guitar was built in 1994 as part of Gibson's 100th anniversary celebration. Some people would refer to these guitars as "Master...
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1943 Gibson Southern Jumbo

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1943 Gibson Southern Jumbo "Banner" in generally good shape although it does have repair to the top bout next to the sound hole. Its a repaired impact split which measures about 2 inches. Its been filled and touched in quite successfully. I see no other cracks or repairs. This one has a truss rod as most SJ's seem to. It plays well but the saddle is low so i feel a neck re set looming. Fabulous...
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1939 Gibson J-55

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This rare model was higher level model than J-35 and made from 1939 to 1943. In 1939, Gibson made 497 J-35, but they only made 55 of J-55! It is a very rare model and you can hardly Gibson decorated it with the unique stairway step head, larger pickguard which was used on SJ-100, mustache bridge which was used for SJ-200 (w/indiviual saddles).  You can also replace the individual saddles with the...
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