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Gibson SJ-200 (1999)


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Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
Back and Sides Wood: Maple
Width at Nut: 1-11/16"
Bracing Pattern: -
Scale Length: 25.5"
Frets to Body: 14
Fingerboard and Bridge Wood: Indian Rosewood
Body Binding: Cream
Rosette: Multi-Stripe
Headstock Inlay / Logo: MOP Gibson Logo 
Neck Binding: Cream
Neck Shape: Round
Fingerboard Side Dots: Black
Fingerboard Inlay: MOP Graduated Crowns
Pickguard: Engraved Faux Tortoise
Tuners: Gold Kluson w/ Cream Buttons
Electronics: None
Case: Original Hard Shell Case


The iconic Gibson SJ-200 has become synanymous with some of the most notable singer/songwriters across the decades for a good reason! The large body construction and combination of spruce and maple tonewoods create a tone that is both big and bassy while remaining clear and articulate. This SJ-200 was made in 1999 in Bozeman, Montana is no exception to that. The maple shows on the neck, back and sides shows of some very attractive flame patterns. The neck is a very comfortable 1-11/16" with a nice rounded contour. It is truly a pleasure to sit with this instrument. There are a few small signs of play, notably a little bit of pick marking on the pickguard, and a very small ding in the finish on the lower bout near the binding on the bass side. This includes the original Gibson hard shell case.