This picture was taken in 2011. Adams gave his 1967 Southern Jumbo, covered with Star Wars stickers, to the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. A sign next to the guitar said, that he used it to compose and to record his albums "29" (2005), "Jacksonville City Nights" (2005), "Cold Roses" (2005) and "Easy Tiger" (2007).more
> Then there’s a 1952 Gibson Southern Jumbo – the one with the P-90 on it. I actually acquired that one early on in my vintage collecting. It’s kind of a skinny P-90, but that’s what it is – which I don’t use at all. I used that guitar a lot on Blue Moon Swamp. It’s on “Southern Streamline,” a little bit on “110 In The Shade” – whenever I was using the kind of country-rhythm acoustic sound, I was using that guitar. It’s kind of dark and big sounding; it just sounded like a train to me. When I first strummed a chord, I went, “Oh, my God.” It just does that spooky, woody thing.more
In [this interview](http://www2.gibson.com/News-Lifestyle/Features/en-us/aaron-lewis-0820.aspx), Aaron Lewis says, "That has been a favorite guitar of mine since the day I picked it up. I got it from my friend Nate, a.k.a. “Willy” of Willy’s American Vintage in St. Paul, Minnesota. But it was Willy’s guitar and wasn’t even for sale. I was in there looking at all the guitars on the wall and I looked over and sitting on the floor near the counter was this old Lifton case. And I was like, “What’s in there?” And he was like, “Oh, that guitar. Well, that’s my guitar.” I said, "Can I check it out?” And he was like, “Sure, go ahead, check it out.” So I took it out and I started playing it and I talked him into selling it to me. You know, I have to say he’s a good businessman because it wasn’t all that difficult to talk him out of it. I have since gone back in with the prototype of the 1951, the one that we did, the run that we did, and 15 minutes into him playing it and getting reacquainted with an old friend and everything else, I told him that it wasn’t his and he didn’t believe me. That’s how spot-on these guitars are to the original. "more
Hank Williams owned quite a few guitars in his life and he was pictured with many of them. This guitar was a 1951 Gibson Southern Jumbo used by Hank Williams Sr. Later in life. There a many pictures of him with this guitar and [one video of him with it. ](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjCoKslQOEs)more
Big resonant sound when you want it...intimate feel and touch when you need that. I picked up a used on e in 1970 and have never looked back. Although I've had a number of electric guitars over the years, I couldn't imagine swapping out this one.
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