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Gibson Hummingbird Pro

Clear and solid. 

Solid Sitka Spruce top, solid Mahogany back and sides, affordable price and that “Gibson” tone make the Hummingbird Pro a great guitar.
Though the Hummingbird Pro differs from the standard Hummingbird in scale length (Pro 25 1/2″ Std 24 3/4″), body size (Pro is considered as “small square shoulder”). It delivers that dry, full, woody sound which the Hummingbird is so famous for.
When comparing the two, we felt that the Pro was a bit more brilliant with less bottom end. The sound of the Pro is clear and very solid, it’s a great guitar, as we said already.
The pickup system which it is equipped with, the L.R. Baggs Element system, is simple and efficient. It is the plug and play type, with the joy of sounding natural and balanced on every stage.

Gibson Hummingbird Pro technical specifications

Manufacturer Gibson
String Number 6
Body Type Family Dreadnought
Body Type Square Shoulder
Cutaway? No
Massive/Laminate Wood Massive Body
Top Material Solid Sitka Spruce
Body Material Solid Mahogany
Fretboard Material Indian Rosewood
Neck Material Solid Mahogany
Number of Frets 21
Neck joint at 14th fret
Scale Length (inch) 25.5
Nut Width (inch) 1.69
Finish Vintage Sunburst
Amplification Piezo
Pickup Active/Passive Active
Pickup Brand L.R. Baggs
Pickup Model Element
Left-Friendly? No
Left/Right Handed Right Handed
Based on famous model? Hummingbird
Made In USA
GTIN 14 00711106105833

Gibson Hummingbird Pro reviews & comparison videos

Hummingbird Pro reviews & comparison

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