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From our friends and necromancers at the Gibson Acoustic Division in Bozeman, Montana, comes the New 2013 J-35. First introduced in 1936, the J-35 was Gibson’s answer to a call for quality, hand-made construction and inspired tone at a simple price.

The 2013 J-35 is the modern version of that first magical round-shoulder. This fabulous guitar features Forward Shifted Advanced bracing, like the Advanced Jumbo, which gives the J-35 a more powerful and even voice. The Genuine Mahogany Body provides a rich and full voice with sweet highs. At Wildwood Guitars, we feel this is one of the most exceptional and affordable hand built acoustic guitars made in the US today, priced at under $1700!

Brand: Gibson
Model: J-35
Finish Color: Natural
Finish Type: Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce
Bracing: Sitka Spruce Forward Shifted, Scalloped, Advanced Bracing
Back & Sides Wood: Solid GENUINE Mahogany
Neck Wood: Solid GENUINE Mahogany
Neck Joint: Hot Hide Glue Dovetail Neck Joint to Body Construction
Neck Shape: Vintage J-35 Neck Profile
Neck Dimensions: .860 1st - .930 9th
Fretboard Material: 1-Piece Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlays: Mother-of-Pearl Dot
Scale Length: 24 3/4"
Width at Nut: 1.725"
Headstock: Gibson Script and Banner Headstock Logo
Electronics: LR Baggs Element
Tuners: Nickel Vintage w/Cream Buttons
Bridge: 1-Piece Rosewood
Pickguard: Firestripe
Case: Gibson Deluxe Hardshell Case with Blue Interior

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An instrument from Wildwood isn't just an ordinary guitar. It's your guitar. Each and every instrument we sell includes a full, point by point setup, an exhaustive evaluation, and expert shipping procedures, with first class, industry leading standards from start to finish. Why? Because you deserve it.

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