2017 Gibson SJ200 Standard – £3299

Dec 3, 2023 | Gibson

2017 Gibson SJ200 Standard – £3299

NEW ARRIVAL  This is the Daddy, the King of the Flat Tops. Nothing sounds or looks quite like an SJ200. A jumbo body with Spruce top and Flamed Maple back and sides, all in a stunning tobacco burst. Crown fingerboard inlays, bound fingerboard and headstock, a moustache bridge, and poppy head pickguard – what’s not to love. The tone is instantly recognisable, big, full bodied, spread across all frequencies, a truly room filling sound. Great for rhythm work, big strumming, and quite orchestral sounding. Yet pick it gently and the Maple responds accordingly, delicate mids and trebles appear effortlessly. The guitar is in very good condition, with some light strum marks around the soundhole, and a couple of visible dings on the top. It has an LR Baggs Anthem pickup system fitted, and comes in it’s original Gibson embossed hard case, with one latch not working. 

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