Jimmy Moon 0003 Acoustic Guitar, Secondhand

Jimmy Moon 0003 Acoustic Guitar, Secondhand

Features Indian Rosewood back & sides, AAA Sitka Spruce top
Handmade in Scotland

Key Points
  • Alaska AAA Sitka Spruce Top
  • Solid Indian Rosewood B&S
  • Ebony Fingerboard & Bridge
  • Includes Hard Case

Manufacturer: Moon
Availability: In Stock
Discount Price: £1,599.00
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Jimmy Moon 0003 Acoustic Guitar, Secondhand

Features Indian Rosewood back & sides, AAA Sitka Spruce top

The highest end of the Jimmy Moon Standard Series

Auditorium size acoustics– simple but elegant design with a lively acoustic response.

Made from Indian Rosewood (which produces the perfect balance of a warm bass response and enhanced trebles) back & sides with AAA Sitka Spruce soundboard.

Standard series guitars are supplied with a hard shell case.

The Moon 0003 Electro Acoustic Guitar features:

  •     Indian Rosewood back & sides
  •     AAA Sitka Spruce soundboard
  •     Ebony fingerboard
  •     Ebony bridge
  •     Ebony headplate
  •     Grover machine heads
  •     Finish:Gloss
  •     Round cutaway


Anyone looking for that special high-end acoustic guitar, made in small workshop, by hand, in the UK, should seriously consider a Jimmy Moon guitar.


Moon Guitars was established by Jimmy Moon in 1979 in a small workshop on the Island of Arran, off the west coast of Scotland.

Combining his engineering skills and love of music, Jimmy first began producing dulcimers….progressing quickly on to acoustic guitars. His reputation as a fine craftsman soon flourished, and with the help of his musician brother, Brendan, he was soon making and repairing instruments for many of Scotland’s finest musicians.

By 1985 Moon Guitars had outgrown the small workshop on Arran and all was moved to the present workshops in Glasgow.

During the following years, Moon Guitars established themselves as a producer of custom built instruments of a very high quality, combined with a comprehensive repair service for both visiting and local musicians.

During this period, the company produced mostly custom electric instruments, varying from a 12-string jazz style semi-acoustic (Charlie Burchill – Simple Minds) to a ‘tartan’(!) solid electric (Iain Harvie – Del Amitri).

By 1990, running out of space again, the company extended the original premises, by converting what had once been an upholstery workshop next door.

The next five years saw a change in the industry, and realizing this shift, Jimmy returned to his roots and began producing more acoustic instruments, whilst always continuing with the custom electrics and repair service.

During this time, Jimmy developed the now well known electro/acoustic mandolin. The Model T was quickly followed by three more body shapes – models, G R & A. The model T in particular is now played around the world, by many professional musicians.

In the last few years, Moon Guitars have extended their production to include the entire mandolin family and a range of quality acoustic guitars.

Jimmy plays double bass in Scotland’s best known bluegrass band The Moonshiners.

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