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About Gibson SJ 200

The Gibson SJ-200 is a large jumbo-bodied acoustic guitar with a rich heritage and looks to spare! This XL-sized acoustic is a popular choice with singers and front-men looking to make a statement as they perform. Released back in 1937, the SJ-200 has remained relatively unchanged since then, retaining the Spruce and Maple construction from the definitive late 40s model (earliest examples had Rosewood instead of the Maple) as well as all of the distinctive styling.

Visually, the SJ-200 is stunning: details abound from the elaborate pickguard to the 'mustache' bridge, the detailed inlays to the wonderful sunburst finish of the most famous examples. The SJ-200 sounds as it looks: large, bright and impressive. It's no wonder artists including Bob Dylan, Sheryl Crow and the King himself, Elvis Presley, chose to perform with the SJ-200.

Today, Gibson produce a number of SJ-200 models: there are Standards, Vintage, Custom, Artist models and more. As Authorised UK Gibson and Gibson Custom Shop dealers, we not only have access to the most special SJ-200 models, we keep more in stock than anybody else in the country! Every guitarguitar store has a fantastic selection of Gibson acoustic guitars in stock, including SJ-200 models. Visit us to try them in person or buy directly online from us and have your dream Gibson SJ-200 delivered directly to you!

Frequently Asked Questions about Gibson SJ 200

The Gibson SJ-200 is what Gibson call a Super Jumbo. It is the biggest acoustic guitar shape that Gibson make.
No, it's the same guitar. For a while, Gibson dropped the 'S' part and went along with calling the guitar the J-200, as most guitarists call it. In recent times, however, the 'S' is most definitely back in! Either way, it's the same magnificent instrument.
'SJ' in relation to Gibson acoustics refers to 'Super Jumbo', a descriptive term for the large body size of guitars including the SJ-200. It does not refer to Southern Jumbo, which is a term used in reference to a completely different group of Gibson models.