Gibson SJ-100 (1941)
$12,500 $16,500sku: 20U-16186
Fine sounding and exceptionally clean, this rare Gibson Super Jumbo 100 is one of fewer than 200 made between 1939 and 1941 (blues and jazzman Lonnie Johnson was often seen playing this model). Features include a double bound jumbo body with a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and 2-piece curly maple neck. It has a bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard and Brazilian rosewood 3-point bridge. A newer bridge plate and Grover tuners have been installed, and all else is original. It has one repaired back crack, a minor repaired crack in the neck center stripe in the heel area, and some overspray around the neck heel, but overall it's in excellent- condition. More Details...
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A great setup can make a world of difference. This instrument has been thoroughly inspected and expertly set up to play comfortably and sound its best.
- Sunburst finish
- Double bound jumbo body
- Spruce top
- Mahogany back and sides
- 2-piece maple neck (reset some time ago, some overspray around heel area)
- Pearl script Gibson logo on headstock
- Bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard
- Dot inlays
- 20 frets (professional re-fret)
- Brazilian rosewood 3-point bridge
- Tortoise plastic pickguard
- Headstock overlay features logo inlay
- Newer Grover open gear tuners installed
- Newer bridge plate installed
- 1-11/16" nut
- 25-1/2" scale
- Original tweed covered hardshell case with red lining, also in great condition
- EC- (1 repaired back crack and minor repaired crack in the neck center stripe in the heel area)
- Consignment, price reduced