Here's a guitar that will get any Beatles or John Lennon afficionado's attention: a pre-owned 2010 Gibson John Lennon 70th Anniversary Museum J-160e. The luthiers at Gibson's Montana Division have recreated the classic look and sound in this pre-owned limited edition model. The "E" in the model name stands for electric, as this J-160 features an authentic P-90 pickup mounted just above the soundhole. A laminated Sitka Spruce top is braced with historic-style ladder bracing and mated to Mahogany back and sides. The 20-fret Rosewood fingerboard is inlaid with classic Mother-Of-Pearl Trapezoids along with Lennons signature within the 12th fret inlay. The guitar is part of a run of only 70 instruments made, and is still in excellent condition!
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