Gibson SJ-200 Standard Rosewood


Beautiful reissue of the SJ-200 from the 1950s, in a beautiful Vintage Sunburst finish

The Gibson SJ-200 is perhaps the world's most famous acoustic guitar, earning the title "King of the Flat-Tops". Since its release in 1937, its wide use by American artists has made the Super Jumbo one of the most played acoustic guitars of our time. The new SJ-200 Original's most notable features include the sculpted four-bar mustache bridge, an engraved tortoise pickguard, a mother-of-pearl crown fingerboard and headstock inlays, and a beautiful flamed maple back and sides. The SJ-200 is a real beauty with its shape and elegant appearance!

Top: Sitka Spruce
Back and Side Wood: Rosewood
Binding: Multi-ply top, Multi-ply back, Single Ply Fretboard and Headstock
Finish: Rosewood Burst, Nitrocellulose
Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Profile: Round
Scale Length: 647.7mm
Fingerboard Material: Indian Rosewood
Number of Frets: 20
Nut Material: TUSQ
Nut Width: 43,815
Inlays: Mother-of-pearl Graduated Crown
Bridge: Two Bar SJ-200 Mustache, Rosewood
Tuning Machines: Grover Imperial
Electronics: L.R. Baggs Anthem
Case: Gibson Hardshell