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Gibson 1941 SJ-100, 2013, Pre-owned

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  • Used; Mint Condition
  • Classic Large Body Style
  • Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides
  • Mahogany Neck
  • L.R.Baggs Element Pickup
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This used Gibson SJ-100 is in absolutely mint condition, and is a fantastic deal. We are selling this guitar on behalf of a very good customer who has kept it within its case since its purchase. 

As distinct in size and shape as it is tonally unique, the new SJ-100 is true to its origins in both brilliant tone and reasonable price. An American original with simple appointments, this great Gibson flat-top is an attractive, high-quality guitar that embodies the power and prowess of the Super Jumbo line. The SJ-100 is the fitting cousin of the legendary SJ-200—the “King of the Flat-Tops”—based on the same distinctive shape and proportions, but with more modest, historic appointments that appeal to many players. Handcrafted from solid tone woods, the spruce top and mahogany back and sides produce superb tone, deep bass and projection, with a sophisticated look in your choice of Vintage Sunburst or Antique Natural hand-sprayed nitrocellulose lacquer. The unique, vintage Super Jumbo bridge is inspired by the originals from 1941 and found on only a few models from that time. The simple terraced pick guard in fire stripe nitrocellulose is a replica of the first SJ-100s from 1939. Equipped with a Baggs Element pickup, the SJ-100 is ready to respond to whatever performance circumstances demand.


  • Wood Species: Sitka Spruce
  • Pieces: 2
  • Grade: AA
  • Binding: 4 ply top w/ herringbone


  • Wood Species: Mahogany
  • Binding: 1 Ply


  • Average Weight (body only): 1.258kg / 2.775lb
  • Materials Used
  • Glue: Franklin Titebond 50
  • Radiused top with scalloped bracing for projection and resonance
  • Body Contour
  • Carve: Radiused


  • Wood Species: Mahogany
  • Pieces: 1


  • Truss Rod: Single Action
  • Profile: Round
  • Thickness at Fret 1: 2.075cm / .817"
  • Other Materials: Franklin Titebond 50, hot hide glue neck joint
  • Average Weight: 0.48kg / 1.069lb

Peg Head

  • Type: SP-1
  • Inlay: MOP
  • Logo: Block and Crown
  • Headstock Angle: 17 degrees
  • Tonal, Resonant, and/or Technical Effect: Compound Dovetail neck joint for resonance distribution throughout guitar


  • Wood Species: Rosewood
  • Pieces: 1
  • Fingerboard Details
  • Radius: 30.48 cm / 12 "
  • Frets: 20
  • Nut/End of Board: 4.38 cm / 1.725" @ nut, 5.70cm / 2.25" @ end of board
  • Scale: 64.77cm / 25.5" Long Scale
  • Side Dots (Color): White
  • Fingerboard Inlays
  • Style: Dots
  • Material: Mother of Pearl
  • Average Weight: 0.11kg / 0.25lb


  • Sealer: 1-1.5 mils
  • Top: Vintage Sunburst
  • Top Coat: Hand Sprayed Nitrocellulose Lacquer
  • Scraped: Fingerboard Sides and Nut

Tuning Keys

  • Style: White Button Vintage Tuners
  • Tuning Ratio: 15:1
  • Plating specs: Nickel


  • Style: SJ-100 1940's
  • Material: Rosewood with Tusq saddle
  • Weight:  34.92gr / 1.232oz

Output Jack

  • Style: 6.35 mm / 1/4" mono


  • Style: L.R. Baggs Element

Pick Guard

  • Style: SJ-Style Firestripe



  • Case + Case Candy included; Black Hardshell

Gibson Guitars are known throughout the world for their high end guitars of which the most famous would be the ‘Les Paul’. Gibson guitars get better with age and it is these vintage and second hand guitars that we have here at Toneworld. These mature Gibson guitars are of excellent quality, great sounding and have much more playing life to offer.

We Welcome Part Exchange

We welcome part exchanges on items over £500. We realise that sometimes you need to “move something on” to get your new guitar. We give fair prices and once agreed we stick to them. The only thing we ask is that you accurately describe your guitar. We have plenty of happy customers from our part exchange scheme.

How it works – If you are local, you can simply call in. If you are not local we will assess your guitar and give you a valuation via phone/e-mail (we may ask for pictures). Once the price is agreed, we always stick to it, and your new guitar will be removed from the market so the deal can be concluded.

You can either send us your guitar, or we can use our courier to pick up for a small charge (UK only). Once the guitar is with us and any balance is paid we can dispatch your new guitar.

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