1973 Gibson J200 Artist – £2799

Dec 16, 2020 | Gibson

1973 Gibson J200 Artist – £2799

SOLD  They call the J200 King Of The Flat Tops, and it has to be one of the most famous acoustic guitars in the world, and with 60’s examples becoming so expensive, early 70’s J200’s are becoming very desirable. This is a great guitar, visually it’s stunning, with the iconic scratchplate contrasting beautifully with the honey coloured top. With a Spruce top and a flamed Maple back and sides, this guitar has a bright shimmering tone, which is huge yet balanced, and feels like you’re producing a wall of sound. This is a great sounding examples, full of character, and great fun to play. The top has the signs of play you’d expect from a 47 year old guitar, but the back and sides are pretty clean, and there are no cracks or repairs. The guitar has an active undersaddle pickup fitted, and comes in a non original hard case.

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