This instrument received a full professional setup with deep body cleaning, body polish, neck deep clean, lemon oil fretboard treatment, full electronics check, truss-rod and action and intonation adjustment. Restringed with D'addario 12-53 Phosphor Bronze strings.
This guitar will be shipped around UK and EU with Parcelforce or UPS courier, safely packed into a sturdy guitar cardboard box. 24h courier service provided to UK customers. Worldwide shipping available as well!
Gibson J50 - Yamano Exclusive - Montana, USA - Sitka Spruce Mahogany (1997)
MODEL: Gibson J50 Yamano Limited Edition 1958 style
YEAR: 1997, Bozeman, Montana
COLOUR: Natural amber nitro gloss finish
PICKGUARD: original tortoiseshell vintage-style 1-ply "Batwing"
NECK: chunky C-shape mahogany neck, gloss nitro finish
FRETBOARD: Indian Rosewood, 12-inch radius, pearloid dot fret markers
NUT: Tusq frictionless
NUT WIDTH: 44 mm
NECK THICKNESS: 1st fret - 22.4 mm, 10th fret - 23.7 mm
FRETS: 20 vintage frets with moderate wear
TUNERS: original Kluson vintage-style tuners, nickel finish, cream white buttons
BODY: solid AA-grade 2-piece Sitka Spruce top, solid Mahogany back and sides, radiused top with scalloped bracing for better projection, cream top and back binding
TOTAL WEIGHT: 2 kg
BRIDGE: original rosewood "belly up" bridge, new TUSQ bridge pins
SADDLE: TUSQ compensated saddle for better resonance and spot-on intonation
WEAR: top crack professionally repaired years ago - stable and won't develop further (last photo). Little blemish near the soundhole. Small dings on the body, minimal neck wear - please study the pictures for all close-ups of the wear
CASE: original Gibson acoustic hardcase with black plush interior and gold hardware
ACCESSORIES: Gibson USA plectrum set, Gibson USA polishing cloth
Please note that although we put our heart and soul and also all our knowledge into every single guitar we sell, a setup is a personal preference. However, we try to get the best playability out of every guitar and set them up so you can play both rhythm and lead. We also pull them all apart to clean and check every single component and replace all unreliable parts with new ones, from dodgy pots to the whole wiring, tuners, string trees, nuts and etc. All the work done is described in detail in the listing.
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