Gibson J100 Xtra Acoustic/Electric Guitar
4 consumer reviews
Average Product Rating:
Jan 28, 2011 by boogiebob
Not yet rated.
Pros: Beautifully understated. Not a lot of bling. No MOP and scroll work everywhere.
Cons: Not to many cons. Had it crowned and dressed, nut and comp saddle, now OK
Summary: I own a Gibson J-100 CAV. It was built in Boseman MT with serial #92554059 or Sept. 12, 1994 the 59th one stamped on a monday. This one is what I think called an Elite because it has mahogany back and sides. The other one built was maple B & ... read more
Oct 9, 2005 by peteinnj
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: Awesome sound, action, construction, 'Cache'. Good pickup.
Same sound and construction as J-200 no frills.
Cons: Need to lower action; file saddle+tweak neck. Then perfect.
Summary: To really appreciate it. I walked into my local Guitar Center (widest choice of nice guitars around, for anyone who has one near them) with a little over 2 Gs in my pocket, and a memory of how Gibson LG1s, Fender Kings, and Martin 0018s just had left a ... read more
Jun 4, 2003 by bassman45
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Great presence in tone and in appearance
Cons: Gibson need to take more care of final finish.
Summary: This is simply a beautiful guitar. Compared to other Gibson acoustics in the Jumbo or Super Jumbo range (like the SJ-200) it is plain, but compare it to any other high end acoustic and it is beautifully yet simply adorned. I actually think that many of ... read more
Jan 21, 2001 by sparkospunky in Musical Instruments
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Classic Gibson style and construction at a relatively low price, great sound
Cons: None to speak of
Summary: The Gibson J-100 Xtra acoustic guitar is a part of the J-200 Super Jumbo line that the Gibson Guitar Company introduced in 1937. As the name of the line suggests, these flattop acoustic guitars are distinguished by their jumbo body style ... read more
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