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The Gibson Hummingbird is a mid-grade acoustic guitar which was originally introduced in 1960.

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consistent performance over the years, always sounds good

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fit and finish is at the extreme high end, typically flawless build quality

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projection is enough to work with a good variety of mic setups

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stays in tune for a long time, just takes a little adjustment every once in awhile

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tone is clean and warm, works with a variety of playing styles

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has a good feel when you play it, nice response

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pickguard has a great classic Nashville feel to the design

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The Gibson Hummingbird is a mid-grade acoustic guitar which was originally introduced in 1960 as Gibson's first square-shoulder dreadnought guitar. The most current Hummingbird model is built to the same specs and standards of the original model. The Hummingbird has nickel grover roto-matic tuners with a gear ratio of 14:1 and all moving parts that are cut with exact meshing.

The Hummingbird features a high grade rosewood fingerboard with rolled edges and a split parallelogram mother of pearl inlay. The square-shoulder dreadnought body has a top constructed from a AAA-grade sitka spruce wood finish and the back and sides are made of mahogany. The Hummingbird has an element active acoustic pick up system from L.R. Baggs with a low profile under-saddle element and an on-board preamp. The rosette of the Hummingbird has a double ring with a seven-ply binding main ring and a three-ply binding on the second ring. As with all of the acoustic guitars from Gibson, the bracing is hand-scalloped. A single "X" bracing pattern is used inside the body of the Hummingbird Acoustic Guitar as more of a traditional inclusion.

  • Mother of pearl inlay
  • Gibson logo
  • Tapered dovetail neck joint
  • Nickel Grover rotomatic tuners
  • Radius top
  • Nitrocellulose finish
  • Body binding
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Square-shoulder dreadnought
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