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  1. Folks, Unfortunately do to the pandemic the audio is terrible (online concert) but at least it’s actual proof that Keef’s Nellcôte bird is still loved and making music : JC
  2. You are probably referring to the J 45 custom : http://legacy.gibson.com/Products/Acoustic-Instruments/2017/J-45-Custom.aspx JC
  3. Folks , Check it out: It seems to me the reissue sounded almost exactly like the 38 (the experience might vary in person) . Great job Gibson ! JC
  4. Maybe production was affected by the covid slowdowns and they had to put some of these together with what they had at the time. I’m aware Gibson has always had the right to change specs without notice and the original banners came in all sorts of combinations so there is really no harm done. But other less comprehensive people could totally bad talk Gibson because of this. I posted the question mark at the end because I wanted to get other opinions on this and you have all made valid points. It certainly is a great guitar regardless of the changes. JC
  5. Folks, Unfortunately it appears Gibson is having a hard time getting the Banner Year models true to the prototypes from NAMM.Here’s a Southern Jumbo with 20 frets (Prototype had 19 ) and No parallelogram inlays !!!! .The protype also has binding and this one does not. Maybe Gibson is just putting together all sorts of combinations at this point.Quirky for sure. JC
  6. This is one of the torrified SJ 200 Vintage models with Adi . He purchased this guitar in Nashville (The dealer made a Facebook post about the purchase at the time) .It debuted at the South African shows of 2017. https://catstevens.com/cats-attic-peace-train-tour-opening-night/ Sounds awesome JC
  7. I played a Blonde 1957 Sj 200 at NAMM and it was amazing. JC
  8. We can’t help you without a photo. JC
  9. Folks, Check it out: Great maple tone imho. JC
  10. You can hear it pretty clearly in this other clip: JC
  11. Folks, Check out Kravitz on the bird : JC
  12. The J 55 felt really nice in my hands. It had a thinner neck than the 34 Jumbo . I would say the 34 Jumbo and the J 55 were the more powerful sounding of the bunch (at least with my playing style) . The Rosewood AJ and S. Jumbo seemed robust but with a very clear voice in my experience. JC
  13. Folks, Check out Layne Staley with a Country Western during Alice In Chains’ unplugged: JC
  14. Folks, Check out this amazing 34 L 00: I don’t share much videos from these guys since Agnesi left but this guitar is exceptional . JC
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