Gibson Elvis SJ-200 Ebony
What's more fitting for the King of Rock 'n' Roll than the "King of Flat-Tops"? The Gibson Elvis SJ-200 is based on the guitar given to Elvis during a mid-'60s recording session at Nashville's RCA Studio B (not far from our store). Elvis used the guitar in many live performances over the years, before eventually giving the guitar to his friend, Marty Lacker, at Graceland in 1976.
The Gibson Elvis SJ-200 features maple sides and 3-piece back, and a sitka spruce top. It has all of the classic SJ-200 touches, including mother-of-pearl graduated crown inlays, mustache bridge with mother-of-pearl hourglass and teardrop inlays, gold hardware, waffleback tuners with keystone buttons, and "Elvis" engraved vertically along the truss rod cover.
An LR Baggs VTC under-saddle pickup allows allows easy plug-n-play capability, with easy access to volume and tone adjustments in the sound-hole. A Gibson hardshell case is included.
Corner Music is a Gibson Authorized Dealer and Nashville's only 5-Star acoustic dealer. All photos in the listing are of the actual guitar.
- Body Style: Super Jumbo
- Body: Maple
- Top: Sitka Spruce
- Finish: Ebony Nitrocellulose
- Bracing: Traditional Hand Scalloped X-Bracing
- Binding: 5-ply top, 3-ply back and headstock, single ply fingerboard
- Neck: Maple, Rounded Profile
- Fingerboard: Indian rosewood
- Radius: 12"
- Scale Length: 25.5"
- Nut: Bone, 1.725" width
- Frets: 20
- Inlays: Mother-of-Pearl Graduated Crown
- Bridge: Rosewood mustache, with mother-of-pearl hourglass and teardrop inlays and bone saddle
- Pickguard: SJ-200 tortoise, no border
- Tuners: Waffleback with Keystone buttons
- Hardware: Gold
- Pickup: LR Baggs VTC under-saddle
- Case: Gibson Hardshell