Gibson J 200 Parlour

gibson j 200 parlour

Do you like the Gibson J 200 Parlour Guitar? What your feeling when you meet it for the first time? I think you are,do you? Pls don’t heisitate to customize a guitar like it belong to your own.

“What fun! You’d have to search long to find a 1964 Gibson J-200 in this very good condition. The owner of this guitar really pampered and it shows. But more importantly, he has chosen 1964 because it is a major survey. Truly a special Gibson in every way. Do not miss this vintage dream Gutiar “This guitar has a few bumps, especially on the upper side of the lower bout, as shown in the detail photography. There are stripes on the head, also in the picture.  There is minor finish checking, common with these finishes, also in the picture.  There is a slight lifting of pickguard on the side bottom also shown. Original hard case included.

Every acoustic guitar made by Gibson features hand-scalloped, rounded top bracing inside the body, a feature normally found only in limited edition guitars made by hand. Scallop in each brace by hand, the natural sound of the acoustic is focused more toward the center of the body, improving the screening of his instrument. The lightweight bracing pattern inside the J-200 Standard-the same model used in the first Super Jumbo Gibson in 1937, is designed to support u and strengthen a very large surface area, allowing more freedom of movement than to vibrate and his project. The placement of the braces inside the J-200 also creates powerful, deep bass with the frequency range, the production of his huge incredibly balanced Super Jumbo Gibson are noted for.

Since its first appearance in 1937, Gibson J-200 set a standard others have been trying to match ever since. Today, nearly 71 years later, the legacy of Gibson’s “King of the Flat-tops” lives in the new J-200 Standard. When introduced in 1930, the J-200 immediately filled a need for a more balanced and powerful sound deeper,. It gave purveyors of the new American music scene of the 1930s, a reliable well built instrument, capable of projecting the sound of the guitar well beyond any other acoustic on the market-a fact that still holds true today . 

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