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To reach the peaks of acoustic tone and performance demanded by this discerning artist, the Gibson Jackson Browne Signature Model is made with the finest tonewoods available today. Made in the shape of the Gibson Jumbo model of the 1930s but with body depths increased to 4.55 inches at the neck block and 4.83 inches at the tail block, it has a top crafted from solid Adirondack red spruce, one of the most exalted woods for this application, and back and sides made from solid eco-friendly English walnut. Scalloped Adirondack red spruce top bracing keeps the soundboard resonant and lively, while a 12th fret neck/body joint sets the bridge right at the sweet spot in the top for unparalleled tonal depth and richness, as well as optimizing its performance for fingerstyle playing.
Gibson Jackson Browne Signature Model A Features
- 30's style Gibson Sunburst finish
- Adirondack Red Spruce Top and Bracing
- Eco-friendly English Walnut Back and Sides
- 12 fret-to-body construction with custom wider fingerboard
- Gold Waverly tuners with an efficient 14:1 turn ratio and Ivoroid Buttons
- Trance Audio Amulet System offers unprecedented fidelity and clarity for in-the-room amplified acoustic tone that is previously unheard of
- One-piece solid quarter-sawn mahogany neck is carved to a modified V profile
The guitar's one-piece solid quarter-sawn mahogany neck is carved to a modified V profile, with a rosewood fingerboard set to the popular 24-3/4 inch scale length for that superb Gibson comfort and playability. Furthermore, it is joined to the body with hot hide glue just like the great pre-War acoustics. Other tonal fine points are achieved by the guitar's genuine bone nut, traditional rectangular open-slotted rosewood bridge, and gold-plated Waverly tuners with ivoroid buttons. The traditional look of these high-end, open-geared tuners is reflected throughout the guitar, from nitrocellulose Vintage Sunburst finish, to multi-ply body top binding, to firestripe pickguard, to elegant abalone slotted-diamond fingerboard inlays--all of which combine to make a visual statement that is every bit as powerful as the sound of this bold-voiced acoustic guitar.
For players who want to take it to the stage, the Model A version of the Jackson Browne Signature Model is just like the one Jackson uses and carries a pickup system that is eminently equipped to satisfy Browne's desire for a plugged-in tone that is not only suitable for the most advanced audiophile, but also capable of delivering a flawless acoustic tone in the large concert arena. This natural big sound has been impressing Jackson's audiences and peers for many years now. Comprising two hand-made bridge plate transducers, and including an outboard preamp system with gain control, the Trance Audio Amulet System offers unprecedented fidelity and clarity for in-the-room amplified acoustic tone that is previously unheard of.
Gibson Jackson Browne Model A: Body and Finish
This big-bodied acoustic is built in the shape of Gibson's Jumbo models of the 1930s and the legendary Roy Smeck Model, but with increased body depth for added richness and projection. It is made with a solid Adirondack red spruce top with scalloped Adirondack red spruce braces, and a solid eco-friendly English walnut back and sides, and is completed with a special Vintage Sunburst finish in hand-sprayed nitrocellulose lacquer.
Gibson Jackson Browne Model A: Neck and Headstock
The guitar's neck and headstock are made much in the tradition of the great Gibson Jumbos, with a 24-3/4 inch scale length and a tapered 1930s-style headstock shape. Carved from a single piece of quarter-sawn mahogany, and topped with a rosewood fingerboard, the design incorporates Gibson's lauded 17-degree back-angled headstock, a 12th fret neck/body joint, and the wider dimensions of 1.805 inches at the nut.
Gibson Jackson Browne Model A: Hardware and Electronics
The Jackson Browne Signature Model carries an up-market hardware set, including open-gear Waverly gold-plated tuners, a rectangular open-slotted rosewood bridge with traditional bridge pins, and on the Model A version, a built in hand-made Trance Audio Amulet Pickup System with outboard stereo preamp.It has been an extraordinary back and forth process with Gibson creating this guitar. As a performer, I've learned over the last 20 years what I like, and what works for my music. To use the iconic Roy Smeck model as a starting point--as well as Gibson's 1994 reissue--and build something that helps me bring my songs to life is really exciting.
- Jackson Browne
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