Gibson J-165 EC Rosewood
Released July, 2009
The Pros:Projection is enough to play in small and medium sized rooms without an amp. Tone is bright and lively, lots of personality. Excellent clarity in the tone, nothing distorting the sound.
The Cons:Factory set action feels a bit high for some.
The Gibson J-165 EC Rosewood is a classic six-string acoustic guitar that has a unique look and sound because of the quality materials it's constructed with. A high-quality model, the guitar has a 14-fret body style and a Sitka spruce top and Mahogany neck that has an extremely comfortable feel to it.
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To go with the Indian Rosewood back and sides, the instrument has an Ebony fingerboard and an Indian Rosewood headplate. Part of the Small Body series, the acoustic guitar has the same shape as Gibson's Jumbo models but with smaller dimensions.
- Six-string acoustic guitar
- 14-fret body style
- Sitka spruce top
- Indian Rosewood back and sides
- Mahogany neck
- Indian Rosewood headplate
- Ebony fingerboard
- Fishman Aura Pro Acoustic system
User Reviews (1)
projection is enough to play in small and medium sized rooms without an amp
tone is bright and lively, lots of personality
excellent clarity in the tone, nothing distorting the sound
electronics are solid and consistent, no buzz or hum
easy to play, well set up for beginners
supports flexible playing styles, great for chords, single note leads, fingerstyle
factory set action feels a bit high for some
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