The brand-new lineup from Gibson has been EXTREMELY remarkable including today’s included guitar … the 1936 Gibson J-35 Historic in Vintage Sunburst! A slope-shoulder dread with that traditional vintage tone and feel. Looks like Quinton approves!

Gibson 1936 J-35 Historic Vintage Sunburst

The J-35 developed from the Jumbo in 1936, a time when the Great Depression was still damaging Americans. Gibson developed the J-35 to be a pared down model however still use artists a warm and well balanced instrument. This Custom-made Historic 1936 J-35 provides the look, feel and sound of our iconic J-35 as a seasoned vintage instrument. The Master Luthiers in Bozeman, Montana, have actually produced a stunning vintage-inspired instrument sure to be wished for by the most discerning of flat-top gamers. The 1936 J-35 includes a Thermally Aged Adirondack red spruce leading held by hot hide glue building and construction, a broad 1.77″ nut width, open-slot bridge, bone saddle, and strap cream button tuners.

Back & Side Wood: Solid Mahogany
Body Size: Slope Shoulder Dreadnought
Top Wood: Thermally Aged Red Spruce
Nut Width: 1.77″
Neck Forming: V Formed
Bracing Pattern: “X” Scalloped
Scale Length: 24.75″
Pickup: Optional
Tuners: 3 on a plate open back
Case: Vintage Hardshell

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