Gibson 1962 Hummingbird Cherry Sunburst
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Gibson Hummingbird 1960 - 1968

Gibson Hummingbird 1960 - 1968

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Product Details

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Hummingbird
Finish
  • Cherry Sunburst
  • Natural
  • Tobacco Sunburst
Year
  • 1960 - 1968
Made In
  • United States
Categories
Active Preamp
  • No
Back Material
  • Mahogany
Body Shape
  • Dreadnought
Color Family
  • Brown
  • Red
  • Tan
Finish Pattern
  • Sunburst
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Model Family
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Number of Frets
  • 20
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Pickup
  • None
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Series
Sides Material
  • Mahogany
String Type
  • Steel
Top Material
  • Spruce

Overview

With a full complement of ornate cosmetic details, the Gibson Hummingbird was Gibson's second most expensive production acoustic when it premiered in 1960. The Hummingbird deviated from older Gibson dreadnoughts designs in its use of square shoulders instead of the rounded shoulders found on models like the J-45. Largely due to its striking visual flair, the Hummingbird remains one of Gibson's most iconic acoustics.   

Years of Production: 
1960 - present

Body Style: Dreadnought

Wood Composition: Mahogany back and sides, Mahogany neck, Spruce top

Design Elements: Square shoulders, long ornate pickguard, deep set neck, adjustable bridge saddle, double parallelogram inlays 

Notable Players: John McLoughlin, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards

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