Gibson J-200 Studio
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Tuning is easy, accurate and precise. Cool overall look with a unique bridge design. High-quality Rosewood fingerboard is smooth and comfortable.
The Cons:May be too bass-y for some tastes.
The Gibson J-200 Studio is another member of the super jumbo line of gibson guitars. Like the Standard member of the line, the Studio has a rotomatic tuner, a nickel grover one that has a gear ratio of 14:1 and heavy duty housing for gear and string post protection.
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To minimize the possibility of slippage the moving parts are cut for exact meshing. The Gibson J-200 Studio comes with a hand-crafted, double-ring rosette with two rings: a second ring built with three-ply binding, and a main one built with a seven-ply binding. Like other guitars in the line, the Studio is built with a bracing pattern that is the same as the first 1937 Super Jumbo, only it is a lighter weight. The placement is designed to deliver lows with a deep sound and a frequency range that is fleshed out and full.
- Tapered Dovetail Neck Joint
- Nitrocellulose finish
- Body Binding
- Gibson Logo
- Radius Top
- Hand-crafted rosette
- Classic binding
- AA-Sitka Spruce and Plain Maple
- Fishman Ellipse Aura Electronics Package
- Super Jumbo pickguard
User Reviews (2)
Tuning is easy, accurate and precise.
Cool overall look with a unique bridge design.
High-quality Rosewood fingerboard is smooth and comfortable.
Very deep, rich tonal quality with a good overall sound balance.
Crafted of the finest materials with care.
Fishman Ellipse Aura Electronics Package enhances the J200's natural sound, allows for tonal adjustment.
May be too bass-y for some tastes.
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