$1,500 off
Description

Only 177 super jumbo 100s were made in the three year span of this model- 1939-1941. Maple neck, ebony fretboard, mahogany back and sides. This guitar was more expensive than it's comtemparies at Gibson including the Advanced Jumbo and the Nick Lucas Special. The SJ-200 model went on to lasting fame after World War 2. And was billed by Gibson as “The King of the Flat-tops,” while the SJ-100 became one of Gibson’s most obscure, rare, – and most intriguing – flat-tops. This 1941 guitar is near mint and in the original case. Fantastic sound. $26,500.

Dying Breed Music

Dying Breed Music

1941
Gibson
Near Mint
8 Years
$26,500 down from $28,000
Dying Breed Music
Lane Comeaux
(870) 818-3434
Searcy, Arkansas
12:02 AM
9:00-6:00 Monday-Friday 1:00-4:30 Saturday Closed on Sunday We strive for same day responses on all email and phone calls.

Money Order, Bank Wire, PayPal, Cash, Western Union, Certified Check. Personal check- gear ships upon check clearing. Will hold an item for 30 days with 20 percent deposit. Will hold an item for 24 hours if customer specifically requests. Don't be scared off by our consistently low prices. We are in the business of selling guitars, not keeping them!

We ship worldwide, 24 countries and counting. Shipping will be added to the final sale price. 150 dollars for overnight shipping, 100 dollars for two day shipping. Other arrangements can be made at your request; i.e. UPS. All shipments are professionally packed and fully insured through Heritage Insurance. Shipping is paid for by the buyer every time.

Buyer pays shipping both ways in the event of a return. Your purchase price will be refunded minus cost of shipping when we receive the guitar back. 24 hour approval period in U.S. No returns overseas.