Gibson J-451-17 of 17 products
Gibson J-45 Standard Vintage Sunburst
Gibson 50s J-45 Original Vintage Sunburst
Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood Antique Natural
Gibson 1960s J-45 Original Ebony
Gibson 50s J-45 Original Ebony
Gibson J-45 Studio Walnut Walnut Burst
Gibson 60s J-45 Original Wine Red
Gibson Slash J-45 November Burst
Gibson J-45 Standard Vintage Sunburst Left Handed
Gibson J-45 Deluxe Rosewood
Gibson J-45 Standard 12-String Vintage Sunburst
Gibson J-45 Standard 12-String Vintage Sunburst Left Handed
Gibson 60s J-45 Original Wine Red Left Handed
Gibson 50s J-45 Original Ebony Left-Handed
Gibson 50's J-45 Original Vintage Sunburst Left Handed
Gibson J-45 Standard Cherry
Gibson Slash J-45 Vermillion Burst (Ex-Demo) #20720037
About Gibson J-45
The Gibson J-45 is one of Gibsons most successful and widely used acoustic guitars. Introduced in 1942, Gibson have refined this incredible guitar for decades and it has become one of the most dependable, versatile and awe-inspiring acoustic guitars on the market. There is something to suit every player in Gibson's J-45 line-up, whether you're looking for the stripped back, shallower bodied J-45 Studio, the vintage-inspired J-45 Original or the modern J-45 Standard.
Described by Gibson themselves back in the day as a 'workhorse', this stripped back instrument is perhaps the most popular Gibson acoustic model in history. Released in 1934 and known to Gibson as a round shouldered 'jumbo', the J-45 is in reality far more like a dreadnought in style than anything else. This dreadnought line is world-renowned for its full and balanced expression, it’s no wonder the J-45 is Gibson’s best-selling acoustic.
There have been numerous iterations of this instruments over the many decades of its existence but the classic J-45 is made from solid mahogany with a solid spruce top and a rosewood fingerboard. The characteristic sound is a great balance of frequencies with excellent projection, making it a superb go-to guitar for almost any style, picked or strummed. Modern Gibson J-45 guitars are often electro models fitted with a pickup system, allowing these wonderful instruments to be taken straight from their case and onto the stage!
Why Should I Choose a Gibson J-45 Guitar?
- Iconic acoustic design
- Incredible and dynamic sound
- Reliable and incredibly versatile