The Gibson J-35 is back, and what an entrance!
Originally produced in 1936, the J-35 was displaced by the classic (and slightly more expensive) J-45, and went out of production in 1942. About 3000 were originally made.
The headstock has the vintage Gibson script logo and the “Only A Gibson Is Good Enough” banner.
The new J-35 features everything the original had – and more! Now, the nut and saddle are Tusq for easier tuning and the guitar comes stock with the L.R. Baggs Element pickup system. The headstock has the vintage Gibson script logo and the “Only A Gibson Is Good Enough” banner.
This is a really great sounding guitar, and the slightly shorter scale length – it’s the same as the Gibson standard for electric guitars – helps make it very comfortable.
Price: $1,675 CAD with Gibson archtop hardshell case.
Neck: Mahogany with rosewood fingerboard, mother of pearl dot position markers. 24.75 inch scale length, 1.725 inch nut width and 12 inch raidus; round profile and 17 degree head pitch.
Neck Joint: Compound dovetail with hide glue.
Body: Slope-shoulder jumbo body with Sitka Spruce top, mahogany back and sides, spruce scalloped top bracing. 1940’s style ‘Fire Stripe” pickguard.
Hardware: White button vintage style tuners with 15:1 ratio; Tusq nut and compensated saddle; L.R. Baggs Element pickup system, enpin jack and soundhole volume control.
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