1995 Gibson J100 Special Edition – £1999

Dec 6, 2022 | Gibson

1995 Gibson J100 Special Edition – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  In 1995 Gibson produced a limited Special Edition of the J100. The model was already popular as a Spruce / Mahogany jumbo, offering a greater warmth and depth than the better known J200. With the Special Edition, Gibson used an Adirondack top to give a more dynamic tone, and added gold tuners as a classy finishing touch. The guitar is a great strummer, with a room filling sound, and the Adirondack top adds greater detail and definition. As a 27 year old guitar it’s in well played condition, with plenty of lacquer checking, and a repaired top crack. The neck fits the left hand perfectly and the action is very comfortable. The guitar has an active LR Baggs pickup fitted with volume control mounted inside the soundhole, and comes in it’s very desirable brown hard case with purple lining. 

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