Journey back to groovier times with the '60s J-45. The adjustable saddle bridge can be used to easily set up the guitar's action to your personal preference.
Fill any room or venue with the sweet sound of a Gibson Advanced Jumbo. These rare, pre-war models have been reissued so anyone can get rich tone today.
Despite its diminutive size, this 12-string Gibson explodes with full, vibrant tones. The parlor body offers a comfortable playing experience.
When you need an acoustic guitar you can depend on night after night, check the J-50. This powerful guitar has a Sitka spruce top that cuts through any mix.
This lefty J-45 Standard puts powerful tone in the hands of any southpaw. The guitar's LR Baggs VTC electronics will make you sound your best on any stage.
Featuring a WWII-era Banner headstock, this small-bodied Gibson LG-2 model explodes with distinct tone thanks to a thermally aged Adirondack red spruce top.
Own a slice of guitar history with this J-35. This 1936 version, modeled after its inaugural year, oozes vintage tone from its thermally aged red spruce top.
Introduced at the beginning of the 1960s, the Hummingbird became the sound of the decade. This Custom Shop version has VOS treatment for a gently used look.
Introduced in 1960, the Hummingbird would go on to become Gibson's square-shouldered tone machine. This model features an adjustable saddle and thin finish.
Enjoy the versatility and comfort of a Southern Jumbo. This Historic 1942 model features a thermally aged Adirondack red spruce top for era-specific tone.
The first of Gibson's Jumbo acoustics, this model started a legacy that continues today. A thermally aged Adirondack red spruce top offers era-correct tone.
For the utmost in style and sound, the J-55 is the way to go. This Historic 1939 model has a thermally aged Adirondack red spruce top and a moustache bridge.
Formerly limited to WWII-era production, the banner headstock guitars are back! This Historic 1942 J-45 has been gently aged with Gibson's VOS treatment.