Here's a 1963 Gibson J-200 with a factory pickup in the neck! One-off guitar, that comes to us from the original owner. Just an incredible guitar, that plays & sounds amazing! 100% original example. There's a small crack repair that goes from the top of the sound hole, to the top of the guitar, along the treble side of the neck. It's completely sealed and good to go. Besides that, no breaks, cracks, repairs. Spruce top, gorgeous flame maple back & sides, waffle back tuners, mustache bridge with adjustable ABR-1 saddle, and an original P-90 pickup in the neck position. Acoustically the guitar has a big deep tone, that maintains wonderful clarity. Playability is fantastic, with low action, and good fret life. The neck has medium C profile. Not too slim, not too chunky. The pickup sounds great! When you roll down the volume, it sounds very natural to the guitars acoustic tone. Turn it all the way up, and it can handle volume & some grit, without feeding back. You can dial in a big array of tones, depending on what amp you're using. Special piece here. Beautiful clean original case included!

Weight- 5lbs 9oz
Nut Width- 1.70"

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SS Vintage

SS Vintage

Very Good
Original Hard
SS Vintage
George Coutretsis
Chicago, Illinois
11:36 AM
Monday-Friday 10am-6pm Appointment Only

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