The J-45 has been one of Gibson's most recognizable acoustic guitars since its introduction in 1942, and instantly became the standard by which all round-shouldered jumbos are judged. This Standard model features a nice Sitka spruce top, mahogany back & sides, and nitrocellulose finish. Other features include a scalloped bracing pattern, slim taper neck shape with 1.725" nut width, rosewood bridge & fingerboard, Grover Rotomatic tuners, and an LR Baggs "Element" pickup with soundhole volume control. Cosmetically this guitar shows signs of play wear on the top and back, and has some fret wear that is not impacting the guitar's playability. Comes in the original hardshell case.