2012 Gibson Hummingbird Acoustic-Electric Guitar in Rare Ebony Finish! (Sold!)

Price: SOLD!

Here we a 2012 Gibson Hummingbird Acoustic-Electric guitar in rare ebony finish! These are not often found in an ebony finish. Look around and see if you can find another!

 
This guitar features a Sitka spruce top, with mahogany back and sides. The fretboard is a beautiful cut of rosewood. 
 
The guitar has a factory installed LR Baggs pickup. These pickups are among the best in the industry. They have a very natural tone.
 
In all honesty, this is probably the best sounding Hummingbird I’ve ever owned. I’ve owned many Hummingbirds. The tone of this one is phenomenal. It has a great action and plays with the best of ’em!

 
This example is in great condition! It has barely any play wear at all. The frets still have the vast majority of their life remaining. There are no dings, dents, or scratches. One thing to mention is that there are small, pinhead size red dots on the label inside the soundhole and on the wood inside the guitar. To be honest, this might be blood. I’m not sure. It could have happened when the previous owner played a little too rough and cut his finger on a string or something. It happens from time to time. I bought the guitar from a music store, and I didn’t notice these spots for a time. There aren’t any on the outside of the guitar. I attempted to photograph them, but they are almost too small to be seen in photos. They aren’t much bigger than a pinhead.
 
Included is the original hardshell case and all case candy.
 
Please feel free to call me with any questions: 435.406.9281.

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