Gibson J-200 (1964)



TME is happy to host this lovely 1964 Gibson J-200 -- a very cool, great-looking example of the iconic flattop jumbo. The guitar's overall condition is exemplary -- it's all-original, but for a well-done substitution of a bone saddle in place of the original adjustable ones (a common and beneficial upgrade in 60's Gibson territory). There's light finish crazing across the guitar's surfaces, but if anything that just makes this thing look even better. No cracks, and perfectly functioning original hardware. Tonally, this guitar offers up all the woody chunk you'd expect. Some guitars just exude a certain style of music, and this is a rhythm strumming, vocal backing powerhouse. If you've wanted to add a classic Gibson flattop to your collection -- one with looks and tone to burn -- look no further. Priced with its original hard case.

On consignment.


  • Solid Spruce top
  • Solid Maple back & sides
  • Rosewood bridge & fingerboard
  • New bone saddle
  • 1 11/16" nut width
  • 25.4" Scale length
  • 2" string spacing
  • Original hard case

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