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1952 Gibson Southern Jumbo

$8,995
Very Clean Original Condition! No Crack. ■Condition:EX+ ■Top:Solid Sitka Spruce ■Back & Side:Solid Honduran Mahogany ■Neck:Honduran Mahogany ■Fingerboard:Brazilian Rosewood ■Bridge:Brazilian Rosewood ■Tuner:Kluson Deluxe ■Nut Width:1 11/16" ■String height 12Fret:6-String= 1/8" / 1-String=3/32" ■Weight:4lb 3.7oz ■Case:Original Alligator Soft shell case
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1992 Gibson Southern Jumbo

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Just like the very few original SJ's from the first batch in 1942 with rosewood back and sides, this Limited Edition SJ from 50 years later is also made with rosewood, unlike the usual mahogany. This one has a perfect factory neck set - presently set up with medium gauge strings and the action is very low. Condition is extremely fine, just a few small marks here and there, frets have almost no...
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1954 Gibson Southern Jumbo (owned by Dottie West)

$4,500
JUST IN! Very rare in this natural finish! Beautiful guitar, with a sound to match. 4500 dollars. Owned by Dottie West.
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1953 Gibson SJ SOUTHERN JUMBO

$13,889
INCREDIBLE GUITAR THAT PLAYS AS WELL. NICEST EARLY 50'S ON THE WEB. NECK WIDTH AT THE NUT IS 1 11/16THS INCHES. BEAUTIFUL CONDITION. ORIGINAL PIECE OF HISTORY. PERFECT SET UP WITH EXCELLENT ACTION. NECK ANGLE IS SUPERB. CRISP HIGHS, PUNCHY MIDS, WITH WARM LOWS. BODY HAS THE SMALL GUARD WITH A BEAUTIFUL BURST. IT HAS THE SOUND GIBSON GUITARS ARE FAMOUS FOR. GUITAR HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED...
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2006 Gibson Southern Jumbo

$2,175
Serial # 03396044. Gibson’s Southern Jumbo is one of the less common modern standard model Flattops to have come out of Bozeman in the last decade. Too bad, really, as the SJ is gorgeous looking guitar, with all the ingredients of the Gibson classic, and the tone to match. The example is in excellent condition, without cracks, damage, playwear, or modifications. Scalloped braced Sitka Spruce...
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1964 Gibson Country Western Vintage Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar w/ hsc

$3,299.99
Up for sale, a 1964 Gibson Country Western in excellent, 100% original condition. By the mid 1950s, the "Southern Jumbo" and "Country Western" models were synonymous in the Gibson catalog, and as one of the company's most ostentatious offerings to date, this square shouldered dreadnought both looks and sounds impressive! The tone is authoritative, clear and pure, with full and powerful low end...
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1957 Gibson Country Western SJN

$5,400
1957 Gibson Country Western .Natural version of the Southern Jumbo. Wonderful full and desirable slope shoulder acoustic guitar unlike the later Gibson acoustics's that received a square shoulder which many including myself think are inferior in tone and quality.No breaks or cracks ,plenty of checking and a beauty of a backside grain. Original with exception to end pin and bridge saddles. Neck...
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1953 Gibson J-185

$11,495
Serial # A-16593, FON Y6846. Gibson’s J-185 is widely considered the company’s finest post-war flat-top model, but with only 8 years of production and low numbers built, few of us have had a chance to experience what the J-185 is all about. The smaller and slightly less expensive sibling to Gibson’s flagship J-200, the J-185 similarly featured maple back and sides, full sunburst finish, gold...
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1963 Gibson J-45

$2,866.93
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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1955 Gibson Country & Western SJN J-50

$4,500
Serial number: W4017-23. Here is a great sounding, playing, and looking Country Western from 1955. The Country & Western is a slope shouldered, deep bodied Jumbo and is the happy union of the Southern Jumbo and the J-50 – an SJ with a natural top. The internal structure is near identical to a wartime J-45; knife blade back braces, small maple bridge plate, and two scalloped tone bars. This one...
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