Gibson / 1951 J-45 / 1951 / Guitar For Sale
It is a moderate neck grip feeling, highly practical J-45 made in 51 !!
Gibson Acoustic Guitar's representative model 'J-45', which later created many legends, was born in 1942. It has appeared as a successor to the 'J-35 (1936-1942)', which inherits the flow of 'JUMBO (1934-1936)', the first round shoulder model in the so-called spanish style.
This instrument is J-45 made in 1951. The Gibson logo of the block body, the neck is a 42mm width regular neck, it is just a switching time. Ring, tiered -drop type tortoise scalling small pickguard, long saddle -specific upper berry bridge. The bracing is scapped. Crewson Peg is a single line without a stamp and has no inner axis holes.
I can't stand the bitter texture unique to vintage, which has been played for many years accordingly. The neck and body side & amp; back is overlacker. The top center seam is repaired from the back. The string height is about 2.5 mm under the 12th fret 6 strings, about 2.2 mm under 1 string, and the height of the saddle is about 2.0 to 3.2 mm. The performance is good.
The bass does not become a boomy with a moderate bass, and the treble treble is riding with the thickness of the sound, so it sounds a well -balanced and dynamic dawn. The coarse attack feeling unique to the J-45 was quite pleasant ♪
Nut Width: 43mm
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