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A Booming Beginning

The guitar that started the legacy of Gibson Jumbo acoustics. When Gibson released the Jumbo in 1934, it was larger than any other guitar Gibson offered, and it made for a remarkable instrument. Only built for two production years, these rare instruments quickly became artist favorites and best represent the Gibson sound heard by world-renowned artists and collectors. Thoughtfully recreated with a Thermally Aged Adirondack red spruce top, hot hide glue top bracing, mahogany back and sides, traditional 25'' scale length, and a historic-style V neck profile, the Gibson Acoustic Custom Shop is proud to bring back a legend, the 1934 Jumbo.
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1934 Jumbo Specifications

Body

Body Shape
Advanced Jumbo
Top
Thermally Aged Red spruce
Back
Mahogany
Side
Mahogany
Bracing
Traditional hand-scalloped Advanced X-bracing, red spruce braces with hide glue
Binding
Single-ply top, single-ply back
Finish
Thin Finish Nitrocellulose, VOS

Neck

Material
Mahogany
Profile
V
Scale Length
25" / 635mm
Fingerboard Material
Rosewood
Fingerboard Radius
12"
Number Of Frets
19
Frets
Standard
Nut Material
Bone
Nut Width
1.75" / 44.45mm
Inlays
Mother-of-pearl Dots
Joint
Compound Dovetail Neck-to-body

Hardware

Tuner Plating
Nickel
Bridge
Rectangle, open slot
Saddle Material
Bone
Tuning Machines
Waverly
Pickguard
AJ
Truss Rod Cover
Black
Bridge Pins
Bone

Electronics

Under Saddle Pickup
None

Miscellaneous

Strings
0.053, 0.042, 0.032, 0.024, 0.016, 0.012
Accessories
Includes Gibson Accessory Kit

In order to continually improve the design, quality and performance of our products and instruments and to make use of the best materials at all times, Epiphone reserves the right to change specifications without notice.