1957 Gibson J45 - Sold



Sold to one very happy fellow, go to the right recording studio here in town and you can use it! An unmolested, Crackfree, Factory Original example! Becoming hard to find! In 1957 a Gibson J45 had the following very cool specification. Basically a Sunburst "Round" or "Slope" shouldered Dreadnought shape, with a Honduras Mahogany Body and Neck, Sitka Spruce Top, unbound, Dot Inlaid Brazilian Rosewood (usually anyway) Fretboard and Bridge, "medium" sized Jumbo Fretwire, 3 on a strip Single Line Kluson Tuners, Non Scalloped X Bracing, with a  Maple Bridge Plate! Too many famous users of this model to list here. But to cut to the chase, it is one of THE most successful acoustic guitar models ever produced. 

This one has that typical Gibson "Woody" Sound, that seems to come with the Tall Thin Braces used at that time, plenty of Volume, great for Strumming and fingerpicking. It is extremely pleasing to play, doesn't need and never has it had a Neck reset! So, perhaps you should consider this great, classic Gibson J45