Gibson Guitars have just dropped the details through their Montana branch about some very exciting new additions to its acoustic guitar range.
Included in this latest announcement is the Parlor Rosewood Avant Garde, which has been described as the next evolution in what a small bodied guitar should be. Suitable for use, in a variety of different performing applications including on stage, at home or in the studio, with a richlite fingerboard and a Sitka spruce top, the Parlor Rosewood features a nitrocellulose finish as well as a LR Baggs Element VTC pickup.
The SJ-200 Jumbo continues the legacy that the J-200 has made for itself since its first appearance in 1937. Having previously been employed by the likes of Jimmy Page, Pete Townshend, Bob Dylan and George Harrison, this legendary guitar in 2018 features Mother of Pearl crown inlays, a maple body and Sitka Spruce top as well as the iconic Vintage Sunburst finish.
For whatever you throw at it, the Gibson Hummingbird always has an answer. Similar with its position in popular culture to the J-200, the Hummingbird creates rich deep tones and has been used by songwriters all around the world. With a Rosewood fingerboard and mahogany back as well as Grover rotomatic tuners; the 2018 Hummingbird is a thing of beauty that will bring endless hours of joy to your playing.
Gibson is distributed in Australia by Australian Music Imports.