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 2001 Gibson J-200 was custom ordered from Music Machine in the US, closely replicating the '68 spec J-200 famously used by Pete Townshend, although in a custom natural finish.
Constructed from a Spruce top and flamed Maple back and sides, J-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 vintage style rectangular pearl fretboard inlays and the crown headstock logo found on J-200 models. This guitar features a dark celluloid pick guard, with an elegant engraved flower design. Much like vintage '68 J-200 models, this guitar features a set of gold Grover tuners, along with a closed moustache bridge inlaid with mother of pearl detail. This guitar also includes a Fishman Ellipse pickup system.
This guitar is in excellent condition with barely any signs of play wear to speak of, and has been given a full service and appraisal by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.