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1970-72 Gibson J-200 (used)

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Used
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$30.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

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*This is a vintage guitar in very good condition.
*This is a consignment item. 
*Includes original hardshell case. 

*Observations: This guitar is about 50 years old and it looks great! (The soundhole sticker is missing and it is hard to date Gibsons perfectly from this era). There are some light finish marks on it but no scratches or dings. Frets show signs of wear but still have plenty of life left in them. This guitar has a beautiful, balanced tone and sustains for days! 

  • Gibson serial numbers, early to mid seventies: From 1970 to 1975 the 6 digit serial numbers were randomly created. 
    • (https://www.guitarinsite.nl/serienummers-gibson_eng.php)

$3,999 plus $30.00 shipping (Consignment)

  • Brand: Gibson
  • Model: J-200
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Serial Number: 790185
  • Year of Manufacture: 1970-2
  • Top Wood: AAA Grade Sitka Spruce
  • Body Wood: Flame Maple
  • Neck Wood: Flame Maple
  • Neck Profile: "D"; 0.827" depth @ 1st fret, 0.981" @ 9th fret
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 25.4"
  • Frets: 20
  • Nut: 1.724" width
  • Inlays: MOP
  • Tuners:Kluson K-500
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Pickguard: J-200
  • Finish: Lacquer
  • Case: Original Hard Shell Case
  • Weight: 5 lbs  7.5 oz 
  • Made in the USA

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US WITH ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE AT (512) 243.6036 OR sales@austinguitarhouse.com

About the Gibson J-200

(From Wikipedia)

"Gibson entered into production of this model in 1937 as its top-of-the-line flat top guitar, initially called the Super Jumbo, changing the name in 1939 to the Super Jumbo 200. It replaced the Gibson Advanced Jumbo.[1] It was made at the Gibson Factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The SJ-200 was named for its super-large 16 7/8" flat top body, with a double-braced red spruce top, rosewood back and sides, and sunburst finish. In 1947 the materials used for the guitar changed to maple back and sides. Gibson changed the name to the J-200 in 1955. 

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