This is my Gibson J-100 XTRA made in Bozeman, Montana in 2004.

I bought this new in Guitar Center in that year after trying out many- back when they actually carried a lot of stock to select from.

In September, 2021, I had a fret facing, a professional setup, and a touch up on a finish spot on the back of the neck.  The spot was due to a capo rash in the finish.  It shows discoloration but it is smooth to the touch and obviously does not affect the sound.  I pictured some characteristic lacquer issues on the headstock face.  The pickguard is aftermarket since one did not come with it when I bought it.


Check out the woods on this one.  Back, sides and neck are very nicely flamed Maple.  The top has a very tight and straight grain.  It is a beautiful and toneful guitar, a great example from the Gibson acoustic custom shop.

The OHSC is included.  It has a factory pickup system, but I never used it so I can not tell you anything about it.

Please ask any and all questions before buying.  I will be happy to respond.  Local pickup in the Annapolis area is welcome.
Thanks-

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