1967 Gibson J-160E


The Gibson J-160E is one of the first electro-acoustic guitars produced by the Gibson Guitar Corporation.

The basic concept behind the guitar was to fit a pickup into a full-sized dreadnought acoustic guitar. The rosewood fingerboard is inlaid with pearloid in trapezoidal shapes. For amplification, it is an uncovered P90 microphone controllable by volume and tone. 

The guitar is completely original.

Made in USA. In its Gibson case. 

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