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Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar Vintage Sunburst

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A true legend of acoustic instruments, the Gibson Hummingbird Pro acoustic-electric guitar was first introduced in 1960 as Gibson's earliest square-shoulder dreadnought guitar. Superb for all styles o... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

A true legend of acoustic instruments, the Gibson Hummingbird Pro acoustic-electric guitar was first introduced in 1960 as Gibson's earliest square-shoulder dreadnought guitar. Superb for all styles of playing, with a capacity for rich, first-position folk chords and intricate solo playing, the Gibson Hummingbird quickly became an iconic acoustic line, and a favorite among legends like Gram Parsons and Keith Richards. The Hummingbird has been one of Gibson Acoustic's most enduring guitar line. 


This 2016 model features a comprehensive Plek-assisted setup for exceptional action and performance. Speaking of which, the fingerboard edge has been softened to make it fit the contour of your hand and a finer grit sandpaper and polishing compounds in the high gloss finish make it easier to slide up and down the neck with ease. The fingerboard and bridge have been hand rubbed and oiled to help them last longer and maximize the rosewood's natural vibrancy. It also has an engraved truss rod cover and L.R. Baggs Element VTC pickup so you can enjoy it when your sound needs the bump of amplification.

Includes hardshell case.

Body tonewoods (back, sides and top)

The body design of the Gibson Hummingbird Pro acoustic electric guitar is known as a square shoulder dreadnought. The top is made from Sitka spruce, while the back and sides are constructed from mahogany, giving the Hummingbird True Vintage a perfectly balanced midrange tone, with unbiased rich lows and clear treble registers. Selecting the right wood, and the formula to dry it out, are two of the most central procedures to Gibson's guitar-building process.

Rosewood fingerboard with traditional binding and split parallelogram inlays

The resilience of rosewood makes the fingerboard extremely balanced and stable, and gives each chord and note unparalleled clarity and bite. The Gibson Hummingbird Pro guitar's split parallelogram inlays are made of genuine mother of pearl, and are inserted into the fingerboard using a process that eliminates gaps and doesn't require the use of fillers. The fingerboard also sports traditional binding over the fret ends, which was a staple feature of many classic Gibson acoustic guitars for many years.

Bracing
Every acoustic electric guitar made by Gibson features hand-scalloped, radiused top bracing inside the body, a feature normally found only in limited run, handmade guitars. By scalloping each brace by hand, the natural sound of the acoustic guitar is focused more toward the center of the body, enhancing the guitar's sound projection. Gibson Acoustic's Hummingbird Pro guitar sports a single "X" bracing pattern similar to the design inside vintage Gibson J-30s. This traditional pattern delivers a balanced midrange tone, with unbiased lows and rich, clear highs, producing a warm tone that has been a favorite among artists and players alike since the original Gibson Hummingbird guitars introduced in 1960.

L.R. Baggs Element VTC acoustic pickup system

The L.R. Baggs Element Active System VTC undersaddle acoustic pickup delivers performance previously unattainable from an undersaddle pickup. The streamlined and efficient design removes every unnecessary internal component to improve the coupling between the transducer and the guitar. This substantially improves the sensitivity of the transducer so the acoustic guitar pickup delivers a robust, lively, and open sound with great dynamics and a delicate high end.

Nickel Grover Rotomatic tuners


Grover's original Rotomatic tuners are an engineering marvel, with abundant style and performance exactly suited for the Gibson Hummingbird guitar. With a gear ratio of 14:1, the Rotomatics deliver precision tuning in a durable housing that provides maximum protection for the gear and string post. All moving parts are cut for exact meshing, eliminating the possibility of slippage. A countersunk tension screw lets players regulate the tuning tension to any degree. A special lubricant inside the gear box provides smooth and accurate tuning stability.

Crown peghead logo

Gibson put the first crown peghead logo on an ES-300 back in 1940, and it has graced the headstocks of many legendary Gibson guitars ever since, including today's Hummingbird Pro acoustic electric guitar.

Rosette

A rosette is the beautiful, hand-crafted circle around the sound hole, and can be one of the most ornamental elements of any acoustic guitar. It is also one of the most subtle and complicated woodworking decorations on any acoustic guitar. The rosette on the Gibson Hummingbird Pro guitar is a double-ring rosette, with the main ring consisting of seven-ply binding, and the second ring three-ply binding, adding a stylish, understated elegance to the Gibson Hummingbird True Pro acoustic-electric guitar.


FEATURES

  • Body style: Square shoulder dreadnought Solid Sitka spruce top Solid mahogany back and sides 1930s Gibson X-bracing pattern Rosewood fingerboard with mother-of-pearl parallelogram inlays Rosewood bridge Dovetail neck-to-body joint bonded with hide glue 25-1/2" scale Vintage Gibson 1960s thin line neck profile No. of frets: 21/14 open Fingerboard inlays: Split parallelogram Nut width: 1.68" Binding: White Rosette: Parallel rings Bridge: Rosewood Pickguard: Tortoise Finish: Vintage sunburst (nitrocellulose) Tuners: Grovers Rotomatics Electronics: L.R. Baggs Element VTC Case: Hardshell
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GibsonHummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar
 
4.8

(based on 31 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (27)

  • 4 Stars

     

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80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Consistent (7)
  • Good audio (7)
  • Good feel (7)
  • Stays in tune (7)
  • Fun to play (6)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (5)
  • Recording (5)
  • Jamming (4)
  • Small venues (3)
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    • Was this a gift?:
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Punch, depth & clarity! AMAZING guitar.

I had been in the market for a Collings or Martin Vintage series when I walked into my local guitar center to get strings one afternoon in Atlanta, Ga. I made my way back...Read complete review

I had been in the market for a Collings or Martin Vintage series when I walked into my local guitar center to get strings one afternoon in Atlanta, Ga. I made my way back to to "acoustic room" to see if there was anything new to play. The Gibson Hummingbird Pro immediately caught my attention. It's tobacco sunburst finish is stunning. I had previously played a J45 and was not satisfied with the tone. The draw of a Collings or Martin Vintage is the punch, warmth and clarity. Literally as soon as I played the Hummingbird Pro I knew I had found what I was looking for. Punch, warmth, great clarity and blend of mids, lows & highs with each note played. After a few weeks weighing the options I came back into Guitar Center and walked out with a dream. A few days later I had an event to play for. I was pleasantly surprised at the clarity and sensitivity of the LR Baggs Element pickup. Amazing instrument & incredible craftsmanship!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not impressed

I played these several times so I didn't make rash statement. Every time it felt like I was playing an Epiphone made to look expensive. Lousy action, and not much of a voice....Read complete review

I played these several times so I didn't make rash statement. Every time it felt like I was playing an Epiphone made to look expensive. Lousy action, and not much of a voice. Compared with Taylors and Martins of the same price or less this guitar is a loser in my view. I'm glad I didn't buy this model online - I'd have been disappointed big time. I simply suggest you play and compare as I don't believe they are worth the price they are asking. Just my opinion but you just might feel the same after playing it.

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(25 of 30 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

GREAT GUITAR

By RD

from Jersey

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

i love my new hummingbird, most hummingbirds are the bright orange with bird inlay but this one has a beautiful sunburst color and great pickguard. The neck has incredible playability. The output for the electric guitar playing is snug but doesnt come out unexpectedly. The guitar sounds great coming out of my amp. I am very glad that i got this guitar!

(21 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Punch, depth & clarity! AMAZING guitar.

By Chris Huff

from Atlanta, Ga

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I had been in the market for a Collings or Martin Vintage series when I walked into my local guitar center to get strings one afternoon in Atlanta, Ga. I made my way back to to "acoustic room" to see if there was anything new to play. The Gibson Hummingbird Pro immediately caught my attention. It's tobacco sunburst finish is stunning. I had previously played a J45 and was not satisfied with the tone. The draw of a Collings or Martin Vintage is the punch, warmth and clarity. Literally as soon as I played the Hummingbird Pro I knew I had found what I was looking for. Punch, warmth, great clarity and blend of mids, lows & highs with each note played. After a few weeks weighing the options I came back into Guitar Center and walked out with a dream. A few days later I had an event to play for. I was pleasantly surprised at the clarity and sensitivity of the LR Baggs Element pickup. Amazing instrument & incredible craftsmanship!

(17 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Hummingbird Pro

By Chuck

from Washington State

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

Looks and sounds great. Pick up seems good, nice tone. My complaint would be with the action, way too high at the nut and bridge. My tec said he could get it to play like my Takamine, low, smooth and buzz free. I can't wait. To me it was unplayable as shipped, hence the 4 stars.

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Guitar

By Tommy Hartline

from Keene ,Texas

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I went to Guitar Center in Fort Worth Texas to actually buy a Taylor or martain acoustic/electric guitar, I currently have a Taylor 110 and a refurbished Gibson 2002 L4-A. I walked out with the Gibson Hummingbird pro. I Played several taylors and martains and the hummingbird pro sounded better to me. Ive never bought a guitar due to its brand name, I buy quality and sound in a guitar and this one was the best in both catagories to me. I recommened it highly!

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Gibson Hummingbird Pro

By DB

from Westminster, SC

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

This is a beautifully constructed instrument. The playability of this guitar is fantastic. It has a nice deep sound that Gibson is famous for. Great action on the neck. The electronics in this guitar are good as long as you have a good amp to play through. Money well spent on this guitar.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tone and Clarity

By Brett

from Brea, CA

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I went to the GC in Brea to buy a Martin DC-28, which has been my dream acoustic for as long as I can remember. When I got there, I pulled the Martin off the wall and played away, and fell in the love with the feel of the Martin. From where I was sitting, the tone was certainly better than my Ibanez acoustic. Then the Manager comes in, and asked if I had tested the Gibson Hummingbird Pro on the wall. I rebutted, no, I am here to test the Martin (and thinking, what is this guy doing since the Martin is right under 3k). The guy tells me to listen to him play both guitars while I stood back (to hear the real tone which you can�ۡ���t hear well while you are the one playing). I could immediately tell that the Martin was WAY "twangy'er" than the Gibson, with much more high end. The Gibson sounded much fuller, like your favorite rock tunes. I then played it and while the playability was ever so slightly easier on the Martin, I am all about tone. I played both guitars to my wife, and she without question said the Gibson sounded "much better". Sold, and the guitar was CHEAPER than the Martin. I am not sure whether the GC salesman was the worst ever, or a genius with a conscience.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Warm sound

By Paul Nelson

from Raleigh, NC

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I have been playing guitar for nearly 25 years and I have zero regrets over purchasing this Gibson. I went to guitar center and sat in the back room for a couple of hours, during which time the salesman checked on me occasionally, but for the most part left me alone to play which was very nice. I compared almost every guitar in the room (Taylors, Martins, Gibsons, etc). To me, the Gibson Hummingbird Pro had the most smooth and warm tone of the group, which was great because it was far from the most expensive guitar. You simply have to strum an E chord to appreciate the deep sound you get from these guitars. I also noticed that each note had great tone and quality all the way up the neck. If you want a bright twangy sound, this is absolutely not the guitar for you. If you want a deep rich sound that is suitable for almost any playing, then you cannot go wrong with this guitar.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Guitar Worth Much More than it's Price

By RODOLFO SALON

from Valencia, Ca.

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I went to buy my nephew a guitar for christmas. I got him an Epiphone Masterbuilt DR-500MCE. It was satisfactory after some adjustment and replacing the strings. On January I went back to GC to get myself an Ephiphone but when I got there I decided to try the other brands until I got to the Gibson Hummingbird Pro which the attendant has to use a ladder to get it down from the top rack. From the very first chord I played I noticed the big difference the lows, the mids and the highs are very distinct. The manager told me that I could take it home if I couldn't decide and return it the following day, but I told him I had decided to get the Pro. When I got mine, it's perfectly set, it's ready to play out of the box. Now am addicted to it, I play it everyday when I get home from work. It's really a guitar worth more than it's price. It's a PRO indeed.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best guitar i have ever played

By clearskies94

from Providence RI

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Consistent
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Great Look
  • Great sound
  • Rich Sound
  • Stays In Tune

Cons

  • None at all

Best Uses

  • Its Great For Everything
  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Recording
  • Rock Concerts
  • Small Venues

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I have played several martins, several Taylors, and several Gibsons. I have also owned several martins. This guitar is hands down the best guitar i have ever touched. And its also the best looking guitar i have ever seen. I absolutely love this thing. They didn't cheap out on any aspect of this guitar. The pickup system is amazing, L.R Baggs does great work. When you look at this guitar you think wow its great, but is it really worth that price? The answer is yes. I bought mine brand new still in a box and let me tell you it was ready to go the second i got it. I cant say enough good things about this guitar. Something to keep in mind is when you play an acoustic guitar at a guitar center you are usually playing a guitar that has been sitting there for a while and is heavily played. The strings are usually close to dead, its out of tune, and you don't get a good idea of what the guitar sounds like. I went and played one of these at guitar center and honestly it didnt sound great. But i took a chance and bought it new and let me telly you its incredible. If you are thinking about dropping the money on this, do it, you wont be disappointed.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfection!

By darryl

from Ponchatoula

Site Member

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

Every aspect of this guitar is perfect. It's beautifully constructed and finished. The tone is amazing. It's got some of the J-45's rich low end characteristics, but is less dark and more balanced sounding overall. The setup from the factory was decent - a bit high at the saddle for my taste, but this is easily adjusted. The nut was setup perfectly. I honestly cannot think of another acoustic guitar that I'd prefer over the Hummingbird Pro.

(5 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not impressed

By Bronze

from NY

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I played these several times so I didn't make rash statement. Every time it felt like I was playing an Epiphone made to look expensive. Lousy action, and not much of a voice. Compared with Taylors and Martins of the same price or less this guitar is a loser in my view. I'm glad I didn't buy this model online - I'd have been disappointed big time. I simply suggest you play and compare as I don't believe they are worth the price they are asking. Just my opinion but you just might feel the same after playing it.

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hummingbird Pro Acoustic

By Norm

from des plaines, Illinois

Site Member

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I went in to visit my local GC store last week and went into the acoustic room to see what's new I tried a few Taylor's, Martins' and picked up the Hummingbird Pro. The Hummingbird Pro has a vintage Gibson sound and it simply sweet sounding....full range of dynamics and tone. The Pro has a very strong presentation and sustain usually found on more expensive guitars The Pro has a quality build and attention to detail is superb. I went back today to the GC store and compared it to my Martin Custom and found the Gibson to be warmer, fuller sound and with a complete tonal range. I guess I just like the GIBSON acoustic sound....I compared it to the Songwriter and found the Hummingbird Pro to be a wee bit less shrill/bright SOO, I bought it and when I brought it home and played it for the BOSS ( my wife) she approved immediately. I have a GIBSON AJ ( 1935 acoustic Jumbo) reissue which is a round shoulder guitar & predecessor of the J-45 The Hummingbirds are square shoulder and seem to have better defined low and mid range tonal characteristic. The neck is super easy on the hands ( I'm a senior citizen and need a easy playing neck ) Simply stated....it is a wonderful guitar and plays like it should cost a lot more.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Acoustic I've Ever Owned

By Mark

from El Paso, Texas

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I purchased this instrument online here at GC in May 2013. I've played coffeehouses, clubs, streetcorners and concerts for over 40 years and this is my favorite guitar over that long period of time. It has an extremely strong midrange (thanks to the mahogany)and a lot of power. I've had mine for 15 months now and can attest to a very high build quality and finish. The LRBaggs Element is bulletproof for halls, and for living rooms this guitar is hard to match. Montana Gibson has come up with something very special, especially for the price. The only issue was that the action was a little high at the saddle when delivered, but that was easily adjusted. The sunburst is gorgeous.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Be sure to look at other versions of the Hummingbird first

By Don

from San Antonio

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I do not own this model. I do own the Hummingbird True Vintage, purchased from Guitar Center a few years ago. The H'Bird Pro is different enough from the H'Bird Standard, or other true H'Bird models, to warrant your comparing the differences to make sure you are not relying on the name only. I you are looking for a guitar anything like the ones referenced in the description as used by Gram Parsons or Keith Richards, look at the other models. If you are looking for a great guitar, made by a premier company - at a great price, this is it and could very well be the style and sound you want.

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  • No

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

An Amazing Instrument!

By Matthew Rupe

from Cincinnati, Ohio

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I was just browsing at my local Guitar Center when I picked up this amazing instrument. I must have played this guitar for an hour. I couldn't believe how good it sounded, and how comfortable it was to play, even with dead strings. I was in love, but decided to think about it for a couple of days. I came back a few days later and bought it. This is the best sounding acoustic guitar I have ever played. It's almost a religious experience. I probably play this thing 4-5 hours a day. One of the best purchases I've ever made. Kudos to Guitar Center for their wonderful service, and for giving me a break on the price too. I will be returning for all my new guitar purchases.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A beautiful guitar

By Jim Warnock

from Lincoln Vermont

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I was in search mode for a vintage J-48, almost bought one in a small guitar shop in western Michigan in my travels but it didn't happen. Over a six month period constantly visited GC's in Fresno, Louisville and everywhere else where I was working and lo and behold after playing the new J-48 spotted the Hummingbird Pro, took it down and that was it.... Played it against Taylors and Martins, had other shopper/companions comparison play alongside me and every time, the Hummingbird Pro stood out. As so many other reviewers have noted, I played it and then knew I had to have it. So last Feb (2012) while chilling for a few weeks on FLorida's gulf coast I got right over to the GC in Tampa and bought one-- thank you Paul, the manager, and your great staff. It is a beautiful instrument, and at the GC price, a remarkable value. The tone is rich and vibrant, the guitar beautifully finished and it is quickly addictive--you just keep wanting to pick it up! I have a lovely Taylor GS-Mini for my travel guitar but I just can't wait to get home to my Gibson. And like other reviewers, yes, the action is a bit high and I will get it to a luthier to be lowered but a small price to pay for such a legacy guitar.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love this Gibby!

By Andrew Bellamah

from Potomac, Maryland

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

I was not planning to purchase another acoustic when I was at my local GC the other day, but when I saw this beautiful guitar hanging on the wall with its vintage vibe and full dread body, I just had to give it a try. Fortunately I have a guitar tuner app on my smartphone now, so I tuned it to perfection and then started strumming away and away and away. The sound is great and distinctly Gibson. I own very high end Martins, Taylors and one McPherson and this guitar is more comfortable to play then any of them. Not quite as loud as the Martin Marquis, lower action, and bound neck and decent sustain. I like this a lot more than the Songwriter Deluxe which I had tried last year. I really like this guitar and find it to be the great to compose and play on. The nitro finish is wonderful, smells great, and doesn't suffocate the resonance. The LR Baggs pick up works quite well but the volume has to be up some or it can fade on the 1st string some times. Finish is great. Case is great. Plus they threw in an extra set of strings, sticker, etc. I was able to purchase a "blemished" one new online from GC. I was never able to find that blemish and I am no longer looking for it. This guitar is all mine now. It is not going back like many have before it. I really look forward to laying down tracks with it. It compliments my other guitars well and plays like butter. The neck feels good to me even though I am used to a 1.75 inch width at nut. This doesn't feel smaller. They didn't cut any corners on this guitar and the electronics and the case are both very good. Now I understand why so many country music stars are playing Gibson?s. Both acoustically and amplified this guitar is great.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Follow up

By Alan Brandle

from Florence NJ

Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

A brief followup to my previous review: I solved the hum problem with a simple $40 Behringer DI box and I believe that just about any DI will work if hum or feedback is a problem. I also changed the strings to a set of medium Nanoweb 80-20's and find the tone is more to my liking.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome Piece

By Southern Boy

from Detroit MI

About Me Novice

Pros

  • Consistent
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Rich Sound
  • Stays In Tune

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording

    Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

    This Gibson is all a Hummingbird should be. Great with a pic or fingers. Try the rest then buy the best. Acoustics are great plugged in or not.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    love this guitar

    By guitar freak

    from Hudson, Ky

    About Me Novice

    Pros

    • Consistent
    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Rich Sound
    • Stays In Tune

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Gibson Hummingbird Pro Acoustic Electric Guitar:

      I use this instrument to play at church and also have a group that plays christian music. We also record. i had looked at this guitar and had decided this or the Martin HD28 was going to be my next guitar purchase. Unfortunately i chose the HD28 and wound up taking it back and swapping for the Hummingbird Pro. The Martin was a great sounding guitar, just could not get use to playing the neck on it. The Hummingbird Pro plays so easy compared to the Martin. Action was a little high just needed a little adjustment of the truss rod and she plays so easy. I think this guitar is a great all around guitar for any venue of music you would want to play with it. I also think it has a great look to it and could not be happier with my choice.

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