Gibson LE 1962 J160E Acoustic Electric with Case

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    The 1962 J-160E is crafted from a laminated Sitka spruce top with ladder bracing, specially designed to resist feedback, and mahogany back and sides for added warmth and richness. Vintage touches include, an adjustable bridge, P-90 pickup beneath the top at the end of the ¬fingerboard, along with a single volume and tone control and a 1/4 inch output jack, and Gibson’s own VOS finish with a tight edge bursted Triburst ¬finish for a true vintage look and feel.

    Product Specifications
    Gibson LE 1962 J160E Acoustic Electric Specifications
    • Body: Mahogany
    • Top: Laminated Spruce
    • Bracing: Traditional 160 Ladder
    • Neck: Mahogany
    • Neck width: 1.725 inches
    • Neckjoint: Compound Dovetail Neck-to-body
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Scale length: Short
    • Number of frets: 20
    • Nut: Bone
    • Inlay: Trapezoid
    • Binding: Multi-ply top, single-ply back
    • Hardware: Bridge Rosewood Belly up, adjustable saddle
    • Tuners: Grover Keystone
    • Plating: Nickel
    • Electronics: Pickup P-90
    • Case: Black Gibson Hardshell

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    Phone:  800-444-2766 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
    Michael Angelo,
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    Way over priced for what you're getting.
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    The Epiphone Limited Edition EJ-160e with a Solid Spuce Top and a p-100 humbucker p/u that does not buzz like it was hot wired in 1954 is a much better bargain. Tried to find out why Gibson who actually makes both of these guitars one in the U.S.A. & the Epiphone in China would charge 10x's more for a much lesser quality guitar and got no response. The Beatles were great, but my guess is they would have opted for the Epiphone as well. This guitar is fine, however not worth $3,200. Sorry this guitar is stuck in 1962 technology. I do like the adjustable saddle, don't understand why Gibson/Epiphone changed this? Especially when the p/u is outside the guitar. In colder weather most guitars here in MI. require constant saddle adjustments. I love the Epiphone though it has been much improved and well worth $400 buck.
    Andrew C.
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    I Love This Guitar
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    I have always wanted one of these. Ever since I saw it in the movie 'Hard Day's Night'.
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