This 1951 Gibson SJ is something else. With an even tonal response across the fingerboard, it can handle country strumming to more aggressive flatpicking, to fingerstyle and everything in between. These vintage slope-shoulder guitars are often thought of as great recording guitars, and this one is no different. The gorgeous burst, small pickguard, reverse belly bridge and parallelogram inlays are all appointments that really make this ’51 SJ shine. More details, photos and pricing are available over on the website.