1953 Gibson SJ-200
1953 Gibson SJ-200 in excellent condition with very minimal signs of wear throughout the instrument. This guitar was previously owned by recording artist, Danny Flowers best known for writing songs for other artists and most notably "Tulsa Time" recorded by Don Williams and later by Eric Clapton. Danny used a LR Baggs non-invasive pickup that did not require any surgery, and is included in the case. A letter from Danny is included in the case as well. This guitar has been meticulously maintained, is mostly original with the only alterations being a professionally replaced bridge and nut, with the originals in the case, and refretted with vintage appropriate wire. This guitar is otherwise original and has no body cracks or major repairs. This guitar was constructed with a spruce top, maple back, sides, and neck, and a rosewood bridge and fingerboard. 1.73" nut width, .92" thickness at the first fret, 1.03" thickness at the twelfth fret, and weighs 4.82 lbs exactly. This guitar comes with the original hardshell case.