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Gibson J15 antique naturel

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Hi,

Just recieve my new J15 antique naturel. Instead of a light neck, my gitar has a dark neck like the burst version.
Anyone know if this is correct. I can not find any pictures of it and al 2019 versions are with a light neck,

Thanks in advanced.

Marcel Mol

Holland

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Hi & welcome to the forum Marcel,

nice guitar, I've never seen one with a dark neck before. Fantastic guitars the J-15's

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Welcome Aboard!  I'm sure she sounds as good as she looks.   I wouldn't worry about the neck at all.  Gibson Acoustics are sometimes built to be "intentionally unique".  They will make small changes as they morph into a new model or year.  They have 'custom shop' runs of 50 which are ordered to be different.   You can be assured that, regardless of the stain they used on your neck, the same  quality is there. G'Luck!

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I have the same guitar, 2018 model, with the blonde maple neck, yours looks better dark. While I’m not a dreadnaught fan, I’ve rarely keep one more than six months the J-15 doesn’t seem as cumbersome to me as others. I will say it has a decent tone, but I think my LG-2 has a better sound. Nice looking Gibson you have there. 

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The dark-stained maple neck looks great, whether it is standard or not. It reminds of the stained maple neck on my 1947 L-7.

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