This is a 1965 "J-50" with ceramic adjustable saddle and regular grip.
This model was introduced in 1947 as a natural finish version of the J-45, and is one of the most popular models in the Gibson flat top gears, loved by James Taylor and other well known artists.
With a regular grip and 14 degree head angle before the specs changed to a narrow neck, it has a vintage look with a slightly burnt natural body and a weather check.
There is one crack on the ring, and there are some tiny dents and paint chips here and there, but it is still in relatively good condition with no noticeable damage.
The pick guard and the bridge have been reattached, but no other repairs have been made to the wood or other parts.
It has been re-fretted and re-nutted. There is a slight dent on the low position but frets have about 70% remaining, and there is no problem with the neck and the truss rod.
It comes with a current Gibson hard case.
Side & Back: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Brazilian Rosewood
Nut Width: Approx. 42.0mm
String Height: 12F/6 strings/approx. 2.2mm, 12F/1 string/approx. 1.3mm
Case: Gibson Hard Case
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