Gibson

J-45 Studio Left Hand 2019 - antique natural
Acoustic guitar

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Description

The GIBSON Limited Edition J-15 2019 LH (RS15ANN19L) acoustic/electric Dreadnought guitar for left handed player (solid tonewoods, Sitka Spruce top, Walnut back/sides/fingerboard), is hand-built in Bozeman, Montana with the same time-tested luthiery techniques that make our guitars the most sought-after instruments in the world.
This gorgeous instrument features a dovetail neck-to-body joint secured with hide glue, traditional hand-scalloped x-bracing, and a hand sprayed nitrocellulose lacquer finish.
LR Baggs Element preamp is a simple and effective system (volume control inside soundhole) that allows great amplified sound.

Between Rosewood, Mahogany and Maple, Black Walnut offers a great frequency balance with thick and clear bass, intense mids and generous highs.

Characteristics

Ref : 84403
- GIBSON Limited Edition J-15 2019 LH
- SKU Gibson RS15ANN19L
- Left handed acoustic/electric steel string guitar
- Dreadnought Round Shoulder
- Made in USA
- Solid Sitka Spruce top
- Solid american Walnut back/sides
- Scalloped Traditionnal X-Bracing Pattern
- 2 pieces maple neck, Slim Taper profile
- Walneut fingerboard, 20 frets
- Scale 24.75"
- Radius 12"
- Nut width 1.725" - 4.3815 cm
- Neck width last fret 5.70 cm / 2.245"
- Rectangle, closed slot, Tusq saddle
- Graphtech nut
- LR Baggs Element preamp with Volume control in soundhole
- Grover Rotomatic Mini tuners, 14:1 ratio
- Gloss nitrocellulose finish
- Gibson case included

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