1950 Gibson J50 – £3999

Aug 24, 2021 | Gibson

1950 Gibson J50 – £3999

SOLD  I’ve had quite a few 60’s slope shouldered Gibson dreadnoughts in the past, and they’re always fantastic guitars, but the jump to an early 50’s model is incredible, in fact I could run out of superlatives describing it’s sound. So let’s just say it’s everything you could want from a vintage Gibson, hugely versatile, well balanced with great resonance and clarity, capable of any playing style, and a truly inspirational guitar to play. It’s all about the balance between feel and tone. The guitar is in very good condition, with just a couple of professional top crack repairs, and a body overspray. The guitar comes a non original Gibson hard case. 

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