Axe Heaven Gibson J-45 Vintage Sunburst Mini Guitar Collectible
Guitar lovers unite! This officially licensed Axe Heaven Gibson J-45 vintage sunburst mini guitar collectible is the perfect gift for any guitar fan. Each mini guitar model is 1:4 scale and is approximately 10" long.
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OFFICIALLY LICENSED Gibson J-45 Vintage Sunburst 1:4 Scale Mini Guitar Model
AXE HEAVEN is the originator of handcrafted miniature guitars. Now, we are recreating the same Gibson high level of craft and quality in each miniature.
Product #: GG-630
This Gibson J-45 Vintage guitar is a classic, round-shoulder, dreadnought acoustic guitar, is known for its rich warm, balanced tone and projection. Introduced in 1942, the J-45 is the one of the most widely recognized and best-selling acoustic guitars in Gibson history.
Each AXE HEAVEN miniature replica guitar is 1:4 scale and is individually handcrafted from solid wood, with metal tuning keys.
Each guitar model is approximately 10 in length and comes complete with a high-quality miniature adjustable A-frame stand and a gold foil stamped Gibson by AXE HEAVEN guitar case gift box.
AXE HEAVEN Ornamental Miniature Replica Guitars Make Great Gifts!
To be sure you're getting high quality official Gibson merchandise make sure your mini guitar has a real Gibson guitar pick product tag. If it doesn't have the real Gibson pick it's not official.
AXE HEAVEN Miniature Replicas Look Great But Are Not Playable
Included with your mini guitar collectible is one miniature adjustable A-frame stand, one guitar case gift box stamped with a gold foil Gibson logo, and a real Gibson guitar pick product tag to prove full authenticity of your collectible.
Officially licensed by Gibson guitars and produced by Axe Heaven. Although these collectible mini guitars are awesome, they are not playable.
Was a gift for a friend. He loved it.
I have played guitar for over seventy years. I recently purchased the J-45 vintage model because it resembles my first Gibson (LG2) which My parents bought for me at age six. The workmanship is outstanding. The only problem is that the tuning pegs are slightly bent.