The Gibson SJ-200 has been one of the most recognisable guitars throughout music history, having been used by countless players across a number of genres. It's signature sound and style make it a go to for guitarists who want projection, balance and plenty of tone. This 1995 SJ-200 is a fine example of a more modern Gibson jumbo flat top.
Constructed from a Spruce top and flamed Maple back and sides, this SJ-200 has a bright tone with plenty of clarity and volume thanks to the larger body design. The Maple neck features a Rosewood board with a comfortable rounded neck profile, with traditional pearl fret inlays and crown headstock inlay. The pick guard design is another signature feature of the SJ-200, with an elegant engraved flower design on the celluloid guard. Other features include a vintage style moustache bridge, gold Grover tuners, and a vintage style tobacco sunburst finish.
This guitar is in excellent condition with barely any signs of play wear to speak of, although there has been a minor repair to a small lacquer crack where the fretboard meets the body. This has been given a full service and appraisal by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.