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Gibson Hummingbird Sustainable - antique natural

Acoustic guitar & electro
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Description

Using responsibly harvested walnut we built a guitar with the environment in mind. The Hummingbird Sustainable is fitted with a richlite fingerboard and bridge containing materials made from recycled content and pulp derived from responsibly harvested trees. We hand rub the wax finish on these beautiful instruments, allowing the guitar to fully resonate. Finished with an LR Baggs VTC pickup.

Between Rosewood, Mahogany and Maple, Walnut offers a great frequency balance with thick and clear bass, intense mids and generous highs.

Ebony has been a wood of unsustainable harvesting, as a consequence many guitar companies including Martin or Gibson use Richlite, a phenolic resin/cellulose compound material with excellent tone.

Characteristics

Ref : 85709
- Acoustic & electro-acoustic : electro-acoustic
- Acoustic guitar color : natural
- Acoustic guitar style : dreadnought
- Number of strings of an acoustic guitar : 6 strings
- Right-handed / left-hand : right-handed
- GIBSON Hummingbird Sustainable 2019
- SKU Gibson SSHBVSN19
- Acoustic/electric steel string guitar
- Dreadnought Square Shoulder
- Made in USA
- Solid Sitka Spruce top
- Solid Walnut back/sides
- Scalloped Traditionnal X-Bracing Pattern
- Manogany set-neck (dovetail), Round profile
- Richlite fingerboard, 20 frets
- Scale 24.75"
- Radius 12"
- Nut width 1.725" - 4.3815 cm
- Neck width last fret 5.70 cm / 2.245"
- Rectangle, closed slot, Tusq saddle
- Graphtech nut
- LR Baggs VTC preamp with Volume and Tone controls in soundhole
- Grover Rotomatic w/ kidney buttons tuners, 14:1 ratio
- Gloss nitrocellulose finish
- Gibson case included

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