Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood


Experience Gibson’s iconic J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar, crafted with timeless beauty and legendary sound quality to last generations.



The Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood Acoustic Guitar is the new addition to the Gibson J-45 line of guitars. It is designed to give the player an elegant look and feel while delivering a warm and balanced tone. Here are some features and specifications of this fantastic guitar that you should know.

Body Shape and Construction
The J-45 studio Rosewood has a body shape that’s ideal for country and blues music. It features a round shoulder-style dreadnought that is 16.25 inches wide by 20 inches long by 4.75 inches deep. Its top is made of Sitka spruce, while its back and sides are made of rosewood, making the guitar look elegant and sophisticated. The guitar’s back and sides are also braced with traditional Gibson scalloped top bracing that’s designed to deliver a full and balanced tone.

Neck and Fingerboard
The J-45 studio Rosewood’s neck is made of mahogany and features a slim taper profile that’s comfortable to play. Its fingerboard is also made of rosewood, which gives the guitar a warm and mellow feel. The guitar has 20 frets that are marked with dot inlays and features a 24.75-inch scale length.

The J-45 studio Rosewood has simple yet elegant hardware that complements the guitar’s classic look. It features mini Grover Rotomatic tuners that are gold plated and add an extra touch to the guitar’s appearance. The guitar comes equipped with a traditional belly up rosewood bridge that’s designed to deliver brilliant sustain and clarity. It also has a Tusq nut and saddle, which are designed to deliver maximum vibration transfer.

Sound Quality
The J-45 studio Rosewood has a warm, balanced, and full-bodied sound that’s perfect for any music genre. Its rosewood back and sides give the guitar a rich and mellow sound, while its Sitka spruce top gives it volume and projection. The guitar’s scalloped top bracing allows the top to vibrate freely, producing a well-balanced tone with a full and rich bass response.

The Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood Acoustic Guitar is a fantastic addition to the J-45 line of guitars. It’s designed to cater to players who want a combination of elegance, comfort, and quality sound. Its rosewood back and sides, Sitka spruce top, scalloped top bracing, and Tusq nut and saddle deliver a balanced, full, and warm sound that’s perfect for any music genre. Whether you’re a beginner or a professional, this acoustic guitar will not disappoint.

Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood properties

Product name Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood
Brand Gibson
Type Acoustic Guitars
Number of Strings 6 pcs
String Type Steel
Built-In Microphone No
Handedness Right-Handed
Number of Frets 20
Cutaway No Cutaway
Size 4/4
Pick Guard Yes
Wood Type (front) Spruce
Wood Type (back) Rosewood
Wood Type (body sides) Rosewood
Wood Type (fretboard) Rosewood
Colour Sunburst/Colourburst, Wood

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I properly care for and maintain my Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar?

Caring for your Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar involves routine maintenance, proper storage, and regular cleaning to keep it in optimal playing condition. Here are some tips to ensure your guitar remains in pristine shape:

1. Regular Cleaning: Always wipe down your guitar after each use with a soft, dry microfiber cloth. This helps remove any dirt, dust, or sweat that may have accumulated on the body, fretboard, and strings during play. If you need to clean off stubborn stains, use a mild soap solution diluted in water.

2. String Changing: It's essential to change your strings regularly. Experts recommend changing them every two months or sooner if they start to sound dull or lose their tuning stability. When replacing the strings, make sure you wind each new string around the tuning peg in a counterclockwise direction for right-handed players (clockwise for lefties).

3. Humidity Control: Acoustic guitars are susceptible to changes in humidity levels. To prevent warping or cracking of the wood, keep your guitar's relative humidity between 45% and 55%. Use a hygrometer to monitor this, and invest in a humidifier if needed.

4. Proper Storage: Store your Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight or extreme temperature fluctuations. A hardshell case or soft gig bag with proper padding will protect your instrument during transportation. When storing for extended periods, remove the strings to minimize tension on the neck and frets.

5. Regular Inspections: Inspect your guitar regularly for any signs of wear or damage. Check the finish, fret ends, bridge, tuning pegs, and hardware components for any issues that may require professional attention.

6. Professional Setup: While it's possible to perform basic maintenance tasks on your own, consider having your Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar professionally set up periodically. A qualified luthier can ensure the guitar remains in perfect playing condition by adjusting the action, intonation, and bridge height.

By following these tips, you'll ensure that your Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar stays in excellent shape, providing years of enjoyable play.

What is the unique feature of the Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar, apart from its brand and body style?

The Gibson J-45 Studio Rosewood acoustic guitar stands out not only because of its iconic Gibson brand and classic J-45 body style, but also due to the use of solid rosewood for its back, sides, neck, and fingerboard. This high-quality material provides a rich and resonant tone that is highly sought after by musicians in various genres. Additionally, the guitar features a gloss nitrocellulose finish, scalloped bracing, and chrome die-cast machine heads for enhanced playability and tuning stability.