|Serial Number||12551046, built 2012 in Bozeman, Montana.|
|Pricing||$4299.00 CAD including case.|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with bound rosewood fingerboard, abalone diamond-slotted shape markers. Ebony headplate with mother-of-pearl Gibson logo. 24.75″ scale, 1.805″ nut width.|
|Frets||Stock medium Gibson frets, 12 frets to the body.|
|Body||Deep body, (4.55″ at the neck block, 4.83″ at the tailblock) with the design drawn partly from the 1930’s Roy Smeck model. Sustainably farmed English Walnut back and sides, red spruce top. Traditional rectangle bridge with open saddle slots. 30’s style firestripe pickguard.|
|Finish||Nitrocellulose lacquer sunburst finish.|
|Hardware/electronics||Gold Waverly tuners with ivoroid buttons. Bone nut and saddle.|
|Playability/Action||Plays wonderfully, the slightly|
|Case||Gibson-logo arch-top hardshell case included.|
|Comments||This is a new model from Gibson, finally being released after some years of development and prototyping with Jackson Browne. Based on the 1930’s deep jumbo Roy Smeck models, this guitar has a massive sound, huge projection, and a full, clearly articulated tone. The 12-fret neck design moves the bridge closer to the center of the top, getting every bit of sound out of the guitar.|
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