Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Studio EC
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Electronics are well hidden, don't break up the acoustic look. Has a great feel while you play, nice feedback through your hands. Sustain swells nicely and lasts a long time.
The Cons:Doesn't have a strap peg, and it's hard to bring yourself to attach one.
The Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Studio EC is an acoustic/electric guitar that's designed with unique technology and quality to help create a standard yet vintage instrument. With a lacquer finish and a 14-fret body style, the guitar features a solid spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides and a solid mahogany neck that help deliver a warm tone.
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It also has an ebony rolled fingerboard and bridge and split parallelogram pearl inlays that display a vintage look and provide guitarists of all types with a comfortable feel they can be satisfied with on a regular basis. Equipped with Gibson technology and special features such as Gold Grover Rotomatic tuners, the acoustic/electric guitar is an ideal choice for those looking for a classic model.
- Six-string acoustic/electric guitar
- 14-fret body style
- Solid spruce top
- Solid rosewood back and sides
- Solid mahogany neck
- Split parallelogram pearl inlays
- Ebony rolled fingerboard and bridge
- Gold Grover Rotomatic tuners
User Reviews (1)
electronics are well hidden, don't break up the acoustic look
has a great feel while you play, nice feedback through your hands
sustain swells nicely and lasts a long time
pickup is very transparent, completely clean sound output
stays in tune for a long time, can just pick it up and start playing most of the time
capable of loud output, can be fed directly into a board without an amp
doesn't have a strap peg, and it's hard to bring yourself to attach one
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