Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Custom
Released January, 2010
The Pros:One of the most warm and resonant sounding guitars available. Sustain is so long it's almost like a faint reverb. Built-in tuner is fairly accurate, makes tuning quick.
The Cons:Action is a little high for some musicians. Doesn't have any strap pegs built in.
The Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Custom is a six-string acoustic/electric guitar that's fairly unique due to the different materials it's built out of it and the technology the company integrated into its design.
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The instrument has a 14-fret body style with a AA-grade Sitka spruce top and a solid mahogany neck. To make sure the guitar produces a quality sound, it also has rosewood back and sides, an ebony fingerboard and pearl inlays. Along with Nickel Gotoh White Oval Button tuners, the instrument uses Gibson technology and design to create a guitar that's elegant and has the ability to produce quality sound and tones.
- Six-string acoustic/electric guitar
- 14-fret body style
- AA-grade Sitka spruce top
- Rosewood back and sides
- Solid mahogany neck
- Pearl inlays
- Ebony fingerboard
- Gold Grover Rotomatic tuners
User Reviews (1)
one of the most warm and resonant sounding guitars available
sustain is so long it's almost like a faint reverb
built-in tuner is fairly accurate, makes tuning quick
versatile playability for a good range of music styles
electronics are mostly hidden, gives a straight-up acoustic look
action is a little high for some musicians
doesn't have any strap pegs built in
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