1950 Gibson J-45 Slope Dreadnought Guitar

This is a customer's guitar I was working on this Saturday. It's a nice, clean J-45 that's mostly-original save the bits you'd expect -- pins, saddle, tuners, and nut. It has that woody, chunky, airy-bass sound that you want from one of these and the owner rocks it with mediums so it sounds hefty as well.

Work was a simple level/dress of the frets and setup and I'm glad he took me up on it because it's lovely to actually hear a guitar working properly when you know the guitar is excellent but doesn't quite sound it as-is.

Normal specs apply -- solid spruce top, almost rectangular/thin-tall bracing, 1 11/16" nut width and medium-C neck shape with a ~10" board radius.