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Gibson USA 2017 M2 Solid Body Electric Guitar, Ebony, with Gig Bag (Amazon Exclusive)


Gibson M2 is a product of a made in the USA Revolution. Truly the dawn of a new era for made in the USA guitars, the Gibson M2 was designed around Gibson’s standards of quality and innovation for Gibson USA’s new S Series, bringing unprecedented value in an American-made guitar.

Product Features

  • The M2 features a nitrocellulose finish, with our new Nitro Light Gloss for the body and a Nitro satin finish for the neck
  • The neck is glued in and made of one piece solid maple, with a slim-taper profile and topped with a genuine one-piece rosewood fingerboard
  • Solid wood for the body and classic sounding Gibson Pro-Bucker humbuckers complete the picture for a guitar that delivers the absolute best value out there and amazing quality, tone and playability.
  • Rugged gig bag included

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Matt Luttner says:

Sounds, Feels, and Plays Like A Gibson! Despite some of the negative experiences people seemed to have with this guitar I decided to take a chance. Especially when Amazon listed this guitar for $250 instead of the $499. So is it worth $250? and is it worth its MAP price of $499? To me the answers are yes and maybe.Here’s the rundown.My guitar was packed well, double boxed, some bubble wrap in there around the gigbag. Not the best packing job but FAR from bad. It made it here safe (what more could you ask for?). When…

Marty says:

This is a pretty nice USA made guitar for the price! I bought this guitar so see what I would get for my 400 dollars. It was on sale. I selected the Strawberry one. I have owned Gibson guitars since the mid 1970’s and have been building instruments as a hobby since 1980. Over the years, I have had some Gibson guitars that were better than others. This guitar, as an entry level US made guitar is pretty nice. To get to this price point, some trade offs were made. The paint is thinner than what you will find on a 2500 dollar Gibson Les Paul,…

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