Gibson

Description

Originally released in 1937, the widely played Gibson SJ-200 is considered to be the "King of the Flat-Tops." The most striking features of the new SJ-200 Original include the carved four bar Moustache bridge, an engraved tortoise pickguard, mother-of-pearl crown fretboard and headstock inlay and exquisite flamed maple back and sides. The SJ-200 is an American original with its shape and elegant appearance.
Features
  • Sitka spruce top, flame maple back and sides
  • 2-piece maple neck, 20-fret rosewood fingerboard, mother-of-pearl graduated crowns inlays
  • Gotoh Keystone tuners, SJ-200 Four Bar Moustache bridge, LR Baggs VTC undersaddle pickup
Specifications
Body
  • Body shape: SJ-200
  • Top wood: Sitka spruce
  • Back & sides: Flame maple
Neck
  • Neck shape: Round
  • Nut width: 1.725"
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Neck wood: 2-piece maple
  • Scale length: 25.5"
  • Number of frets: 20
  • Inlay: Mother-of-pearl graduated crowns
Electronics
  • Pickup/preamp: LR Baggs VTC undersaddle pickup
  • Controls: Volume and tone controls
Other
  • Tuning machines: Gotoh Keystone
  • Bridge: SJ-200 Four Bar Moustache
  • Nut: Bone

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