Johnny A
By merging timeless tone and taste with utterly contemporary technique, Johnny A has earned a reputation as one of the most talented guitarists working today. The original Johnny A Signature guitar became one of Gibson Custom’s most popular artist models right from its unveiling in 2003. Now the new Johnny A brings the same blend of classic appointments and original design forward with a host of great new features, in a superbly versatile new semi-acoustic electric guitar that you’ll want to call your own.

Blending features of Gibson’s big archtops of the past with innovative techniques of today, the Johnny A Signature is crafted by Gibson Custom with a “thinline” body routed from a single piece of select Grade-A mahogany, capped with a two-piece figured maple top. Unique Johnny A “scimitar” f-holes, elegant multi-ply binding, and a luscious Sunset Glow finish in high-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer set the foundation for an extremely classy look. The quarter-sawn mahogany neck has the longer 25 1/2" scale length and rounded profile that Johnny A prefers. Unique inlays in a bound, black Richlite fingerboard and custom headstock and gold-plated hardware complete the picture. Two of Gibson’s immensely popular 57 Classic humbucking pickups offer that legendary blend of PAF-style warmth and bite, while a genuine Bigsby™ vibrato lends retro twang and wobble when you want it. Includes a hardshell Custom Shop case and Custom Crimson Certificate of Authenticity.
Body Language
Unique blend of Gibson tradition and innovation in a new semi-acoustic design.
Pickups
57 Classics capture the best of Gibson’s hallowed PAF humbuckers.
Scaled Up
A 25 1/2" scale length offers superb versatility and plenty of room to roam.
Classic Vibes
Genuine Bigsby™ vibrato enhances your playing style.
Looks To Kill
Multi-ply binding, gold hardware, and a luscious Sunset Glow finish exude pure class.
’Laid It Down
Custom Johnny A mother-of-pearl fingerboard and headstock inlays.

Johnny A Signature
Classic Appointments in an Innovative Design
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