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Gibson Hummingbird

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  • Great Looks and Great Sound: Gibson Hummingbird

    Oct 20, 2007 by George_Chabot is a Top Reviewer on Epinions in Musical Instruments
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Beautiful, Great Sound, Easy to Play, Hard Shell Case
    Cons: Expensive (but worth it)

    Summary: Gibson Hummingbird Acoustic Guitar The Gibson Acoustic guitars are made in Bozeman, Montana where temperature and humidity conditions are perfect for the construction of fine wooden instruments and the sight of the snow capped Rocky Mountains ... read more

  • Best Buy I ever made,

    Jan 5, 2006 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Offers everything and more that a musician could ask for.
    Cons: Not enough hours in a day to play that old friend

    Summary: As a boy, starting out in the guitar scene, there were the rock bands and the James Taylors etc. I heard Mick Jagger Play a hummingbird and was blown away, so I decided that guitar was one day going to enter into my life. I saved like mad to buy a Bird ... read more

  • 1963 Gibson Hummingbird

    Dec 18, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Tone, playability, Gibson Support, ruggedness, lasting value, and appearance.
    Cons: Plastic bridge pegs, should be bone.

    Summary: I bought my 1963 Hummingbird (serial number 125743) new in 1964. I was just out of the Army, folk singing was all the rage - so I traded in the 1958 Les Paul electric (I wish I still had that too!) for a new Hummingbird. I took The Bird every place ... read more

  • One of Gibsons Masterpiece's

    Nov 11, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Sweet velvet tone,impeccable beauty.
    Cons: very pricey.

    Summary: The Gibson Hummingbird has been around since the early 1960's.With a Sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides,dovetail neck joint,and scalloped bracing the quality is unquestionable.The pickguard is an eye catcher with the flowers and a hummingbird ... read more

  • The Holy Grail

    Jul 14, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Impeccable tone and resonance. Playability is impressive. Good standard action.
    Cons: EXPENSIVE and rarely the original one from the fifties.

    Summary: One of the best largely produced guitars of all time, the Hummingbird is an amazing guitar for anyon ... read more

  • buy old or buy new

    Sep 17, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: smooth/well-balanced tone, work-of-art beauty, terrific neck
    Cons: adjustable bridge models give up some volume and tonality

    Summary: My first experience with the Gibson Hummingbird goes back to 1967, the year after I first started playing guitar. I had received a Sears classical guitar for Christmas in 1966 and it wasn't long before I wanted to move on up to a really good steel ... read more

  • This little 'Bird sings sweet music!!!

    Aug 7, 2000 by sparkospunky is a Lead on Epinions in Musical Instruments
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Excellent workmanship, outstanding sound quality, good for several different applications
    Cons: Pretty expensive

    Summary: One day in late March of 1999, I returned home from a hard day of being a lawyer. My soon-to-be wife (Skygirl), and I were leaving the next day for a vacation to St. Lucia, where we were to be married. Before we sat down to eat supper, she asked me to go ... read more

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  • Hummingbird..Is this a genuine Gibson???

    May 3, 2010 by
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    Pros: really great price..
    Cons: worried after parting with my cash-may not be a genuine Gibson!!

    Summary: Looking for a Gibson Hummingbird-found one very reasonabbly priced-but how do I know it is  a genuine Gibson Hummingbird??? Any advice please-cheers Tony.http://www.onlineluxury-s roducts_id=4296on here ... read more

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