Guitar today known as SJ-200 started out in 1930s as J-200. Soon it was renamed Super Jumbo 200 and switched from rosewood body to flamed maple. Due to its high price tag and popularity it was dubbed "The King of Flattops", a nickname still in use among the fans and admirers of Gibson acoustics.
SJ-200 Vintage is a nod to the early SJ-200s. It is a part of Gibson`s 2017 lineup and is the most expensive model in the catalog ($5,499), even topping the Bob Dylan signature model. Flamed maple back/sides and thermally aged Adirondack red spruce make up the gorgeous body of this regal flat-top. One-piece mahogany neck and also one-piece rosewood fingerboard, complete the chassis.
Other notable features include hot hide glue construction, vintage marquetry, rolled fingerboard edges, VOS finish, bone nut and saddle, Gotoh tuners, classic SJ-200 pickguard and mother-of-pearl inlays.
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