The King of the flat tops. Gibson’s biggest and baddest flat top guitar. 1964 Gibson J-200 Custom. It’s all there; moustache bridge, cloud inlays, flower motif pickguard, highly flamed maple back and sides and a beautiful figured maple neck that wouldn’t look off on a Loar era L5. Absolutely hands down one of the best big body acoustics we’ve had in with the added bonus of some nice provenance.