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1944 Gibson SJ Southern Jumbo (Banner)

It is Rare to find a Banner era guitar that still has the original braces, bridge, bridge plate, tuners (new old buttons) with no top or back cracks. This BOOMING Banner model SJ hails from 1944 and the son of the 1st owner as well. The only small things to report are a couple of extremely professionally repaired smaller side cracks and lots of '"love dings". This era in my opinion ... are the...
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Gibson 1941 SJ-100 Vintage Sunburst (046) 1941 SJ-100

*This is a brand new item, never sold. We received it directly from Gibson, but are no longer Gibson authorized dealers. May or may not come with Gibson warranty.*As distinct in size and shape as it is tonally unique, the new SJ-100 is true to its origins in both brilliant tone and reasonable price. An American original with simple appointments, this great Gibson flat-top is an attractive,...
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1949 Gibson American Vintage SJ

1949 Gibson SJ Acoustic Guitar Top Seam Crack Sealed And Cleated Lower Bout Cracks Repaired And Cleated Fresh Perfect Neck Reset New Bone Nut And Saddle Repro Headstock Logo Comes With A New Non Original Hardshell Case Professional Set Up and Adjusted In Our Shop- GREAT Player Original Frets
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Gibson Used 2013 Gibson Montana 1941 SJ-100 Super Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst

This pre-owned Super Jumbo acoustic recreates the simple appointments of the classic 1941 SJ-100. The Sitka Spruce top is mated to Mahogany back and sides for a full bodied yet focused tone that projects like no other. The Vintage Sunburst nitrocellulose top finish is nicely complemented by the multi-ply binding and the Firestripe pickguard. The '40s-style SJ-100 bridge gives an understated, yet...
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1964 Gibson Southern Jumbo

The venerable Gibson SJ, otherwise known as the Southern Jumbo. These 1960s "square-shouldered" versions are know for their iconic lush tone, with all that great compression we heard in so many recordings of that era. A fine example this, with tons of volume, low easy action, and no cracks anywhere, overall great shape. $4995 w/hsc
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1934 Gibson Jumbo

Retrofret Stock # 5321. Gibson Jumbo Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1934), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 1496-21 (FON), sunburst lacquer finish, mahogany back, sides and neck; Sprice top, rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. One of the rarest, most historic-and just coolest-of all Gibson acoustic guitars, the "Jumbo" was the Kalamazoo company's first 16", round-shoulder...
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1941 Gibson J-55

Retrofret Stock # 6987. Gibson J-55 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1941), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 5285G-14, sunburst top, natural back and sides finish, mahogany back, sides and neck; spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, original black - red line hard shell case. The J-55 remains one of Gibson's most engaging flat-top creations, a deluxe Jumbo flat-top available for only a short time...
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1943 Gibson Southern Jumbo

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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1959 Gibson J-200

Introduced in 1938 as the Super Jumbo 200 or SJ-200 with rosewood back and sides, as one of the last pre-WW2 guitar models. In 1947 it gained maple back and sides and in 1954 was renamed the J-200. Around 1999, reflecting Gibson's move towards renewing historical models, it was once again renamed the SJ-200. The Gibson J-200 is a top of the line model, so at some points production has been...
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1963 Gibson J-45

The Gibson J-45 appeared during 1942 with its fancier cousin, the SJ (Southern Jumbo) and immediately became a standard instrument for singers and songwriters. This example was built during 1963 and has the characteristics of that era - for example the plastic bridge with adjustable ceramic saddle. The sunburst, originally red around the edges, has faded to a lovely 'iced tea' shade. It plays...
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1939 Gibson J-55

Adirondack spruce top, Mahogany sides & back, original pickguard, original Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, original mustache bridge w/indiviual saddles, original stairway head, original tuners, w/original hard case. 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...
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