Gibson Guitars began making flat top steel string acoustic guitars in the 1920s. Known for producing famous guitar models like the venerable Gibson J-45, Hummingbird and upscale SJ-200, Gibson acoustic guitars have become synonymous with American Music. From the Folk music movement to rock and roll and country, Gibson guitars have been front and center around the neck of famous musicians around the world. The various models in the line-up have often represented different and diverse body shapes that appeal to different musicians as well as different styles of playing and musical genres. In this video we take a look at the current line up of Gibson Acoustic Guitars and the various body shapes you will find in that lineup. Five distinct body shapes are available with additional variety available through various models that affect the tone wood and aesthetic choices. The Parlor, L-00, Square shoulder Dreadnought, Round-Shoulder Dreadnought or Jumbo and the Super Jumbo all have their unique attributes that provide unique strengths. Which one is right for you?
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8 thoughts on “Understanding Gibson Acoustic Guitar Body Shapes | J-45, SJ-200, Hummingbird, L-00 and Parlor.

  1. I’m leaning towards purchasing a southern jumbo because it’s like a decked out J-45 or maybe I wanted a hummingbird? Idk GAS got me down

  2. I have the j15 walnut its a mix of highs and mids, that round shoulder really brings out the best of both worlds from strumming and picking. Now am saving up for a j45 coz the difference in tone of mahogany from a walnut is so different.

  3. Damn Chris, you’re Owning in these vids as of late.
    Must be the experience built up over the years.
    You can feel the confidence in your presentation and voice.
    Can’t wait for more 10 things you need to know about “X builder” before you buy one.

  4. Amazing, beautiful guitars. I think my favorite is the Hummingbird. When he was playing the J-45 the picture came to my mind of the Carter Family or other bluegrass, folk artists or styles of music. The Hummingbird reminded me of Led Zeppelin Misty Mountain Hop or any number of other acoustic rock songs.

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