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Gibson Maestro 6-String 41" Acoustic Guitar - Black

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Gibson Maestro 6-String 41" Acoustic Guitar - Black

Play sick riffs with this acoustic guitar that features steel strings and a rosewood fingerboard for smooth, easy-to-play action. Features include black finished spruce top with mahogany back and sides, steel strings, and die-case tuning machines for stability and accurate tuning.

Features

  • Full-size body
  • Black-finished spruce top with mahogany back and sides for full, deep bass and midrange tones
  • Steel strings for bright tone and easy playability
  • Rosewood fingerboard for solid feel and easy playing
  • Die-cast tuning machines for stability and accurate tuning
  • Guitar strap, picks, extra strings and DVD included

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 4 of 5 stars
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  • Disappointed to see that Gibson put their name on this guitar.   »   Most Recent Review “A friend of my wife's just gave this to her 14 year old son as his first guitar. Fortunately my wife told her to send her son to me for a few introductory lessons.”
  • Great Guitar   »   Most Helpful Reviews “As a first guitar, this one is really great. With a good set of strings (I recommend Ernie Ball acoustic or Washburn) the tones produced are very nice, especially for a lower end…”
  • Bridge Pins break the first time you change strings   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I have been playing electric, acoustic, and bass guitar for close to 17 years and even though this guitar was a gift it is the WORST quality instrument I own and I couldn't be…”