Gibson's Hummingbird is one of the most unmistakable acoustic guitars ever built, renowned for its gorgeous sound and eye-catching aesthetic. The new Hummingbird Faded blends vintage appointments with high-quality modern construction methods, making it perfect for players seeking a well-built acoustic with a classic sound.
Starting with a mahogany body capped with a Sitka spruce top, the Hummingbird Faded delivers a rich, balanced tone with tight lows, warm mids, and clear highs. It doesn't just sound great, though - its rounded mahogany neck and velvety rosewood fingerboard play exceptionally well for a wide array of styles. Players who prefer to play amplified will love the Hummingbird Faded's LR Baggs VTC pickup which translates its organic, woody sound wonderfully when plugged in - and it has plenty of volume on tap!
Fully spec'd out with gold Gotoh Keystone tuners, a traditional Hummingbird truss rod cover, and a bone nut and saddle, the Hummingbird Faded is excellent for Hummingbird fans seeking a top-of-the-line Gibson acoustic.
Back & Sides: Mahogany
Top: Sitka Spruce
Binding: Multi-ply Top and Back, Single-ply Fretboard
Nut width: 1.725" / 43.815mm
Scale length: 24.75" / 628.65mm
Number of frets: 20
Inlay: Mother of Pearl Parallelograms
Bridge: Traditional Belly Up, Rosewood
Tuners: Gold Gotoh with Green Keystone Buttons
Under Saddle pickup: LR Baggs VTC
Controls: Soundhole Mounted Volume and Tone
Case: Hardshell Case