Gibson has officially launched its new G-45 Series, which is designed to bring the company’s acoustic guitars to a lower price point.
Built in Bozeman, Montana the G-45 Series appears in two guises: the G-45 Studio and G-45 Standard.
Both models utilise a slimmer body depth and modern Advanced Response neck profile, and boast a solid walnut back and sides, plus a Sitka spruce top and Richlite fingerboard.
Elsewhere, there’s Gibson’s trademark hot hide glue dovetail neck-joint, domed top bracing, and the seemingly ubiquitous Fishman Sonitone pickup system.
The G-45 Standard adds a gloss top finish, Soft Diamond inlays, and top and back binding.
Both models are available now in North America and China for $999 (G-45 Studio) and $1,299 (G-45 Standard).
Given much of the company's acoustic range starts at $1,799, this is welcome news indeed. Head on over to Gibson (opens in new tab) for more info.