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Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar

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A tribute to the innovation at the heart of the SG.

The 2013 SG Future Tribute captures the look, feel, and tone of the guitar world' most legendary double-cutaway solidbody, and equips it for the player of the future, while making it available today. Primed for optimum playability and versatility, the SG Future Tribute carries a pair of œzebra-coil ™57 Classic humbucking pickups for a blend of vintage warmth and contemporary articulation, along with a superbly comfortable custom asymmetrical neck profile. Gibson' acclaimed bridge and tailpiece team up with futuristic Steinberger gearless tuners to ensure smooth playability and precise tuning and intonation.

The SG Future Tribute looks great in a choice of colors, all Vintage Gloss nitrocellulose lacquer.

The SG Future Tribute takes the classic platform of the original SG Standards forward into the 21st century. Built in the image of the legendary SG Standards, the SG Future Tribute starts with a foundation of solid mahogany, a tonewood with a long tradition at Gibson. A solid mahogany body is crafted in the distinctive, thin asymmetrical dual-cutaway style, with iconic pointed œhorns and beveled edges to enhance playing comfort. A solid mahogany neck is glued into the body in Gibson' time-tested tradition and carved to an ergonomic and superbly comfortable new asymmetrical profile that fits the natural shape of the human hand, with depths of .800 at the 1st fret and .875 at the 12th, making this one of the most playable SGs yet created. It is topped with a genuine rosewood fingerboard that carries 24 medium-jumbo frets to maximize the playing reach of the SG style, along with traditional trapezoid inlays.

In keeping with the stripped-down ethos of this powerful performer, both body and ™board remain unbound, and there' no pickguard to obscure the finish. A PLEK-cut nut made from black Corian subtly complements the knurled chrome knobs and black pickup rings. The headstock is silkscreened with gold Gibson and holly logos.

The SG Future Tribute ensures its sonic versatility and hot looks with a pair of zebra-coil humbucking pickups, consisting of a standard-wound ™57 Classic humbucker in the neck position and a slightly over-wound ™57 Classic Plus in the bridge position for hotter lead tones. The ™57 Classics recreate Gibson' esteemed PAF humbuckers by using genuine Alnico 2 magnets and 42-AWG enamel-coated wire. They are also enhanced with evenly matched coils for a smooth, singing tone, and wax potting to combat microphonic squeal at high volume levels. The result is a pickup that is thick, rich, and warm, yet clear and articulate”perfect for the broad demands of today' music. The traditional wiring complement of an independent volume and tone control per pickup plus a three-way toggle selector switch allows a broad range of sonic variations.

To anchor it all down, Gibson USA loads in a classic Tune-o-Matic bridge and Stopbar tailpiece, then rams it all into the future with a set of super-efficient Steinberger gearless tuners, a hardware set that partners up for solid sustain and precision tuning. Put it all together, and the SG Future Tribute presents the perfect celebration of the SG for the 21st century, wrapping it all into a great guitar that brings the look, feel, and sound of a contemporary SG to the hands of the demanding players of today, and tomorrow.

Each guitar includes a black Gibson gig bag, owner' manual and truss rod wrench.

FEATURES
Solid Mahogany body
Mahogany neck with new Asymmetrical profile
Rosewood fingerboard with trapezoid inlays
Zebra-coil '57 Classic humbucking pickups in the neck and bridge
Steinberger gearless tuners
Includes Gibson gig bag

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Gibson2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar
 
4.4

(based on 17 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (13)

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82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good feel (14)
  • Good tone (14)
  • Fun to play (12)
  • Solid electronics (12)
  • Good pick up (10)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (11)
  • Jamming (9)
  • Recording (9)
  • Rock concerts (7)
  • Small venues (7)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (12), Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best Gibson bargain since the torrified maple days!

This is an interesting mix of bare-bones and high-end. The finish is between the standard gibson gloss finish and the faded or matte finishes on many lower-priced models -- sort of a semi-gloss. ...Read complete review

This is an interesting mix of bare-bones and high-end. The finish is between the standard gibson gloss finish and the faded or matte finishes on many lower-priced models -- sort of a semi-gloss. My only complaint in terms of fit and finish is that the first fret sticks out just a smidge on the treble end (unbound fretboard). A moment with a file should clean that up. In terms of tone, this thing delivers it in spades. It sounds big and warm clean and will take all the dirt you care to serve it. It's a proper SG. The jury is stil out on the tuners -- Haven't had it long enough to say for sure if I like them or not. One thing I do like, is that they are very precise. Also, I really appreciate the nice, heavy knurled knobs -- so much nicer than the usual plastic Gibby knobs (these are basically the same knobs you'd find on a telecaster). For the price I paid, I think I got an amazing bargain.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Gibson quality is hit and miss

Just got a 2013 SG Tribute Future as a Stupid Deal of The Day. When I received the guitar, I was quite disappointed at the "state of assembly" the instrument...Read complete review

Just got a 2013 SG Tribute Future as a Stupid Deal of The Day. When I received the guitar, I was quite disappointed at the "state of assembly" the instrument was in. It was the single worst new guitar I have ever seen, and I've seen many over the years. The action (and I do know the action needs to be adjusted on most new guitars) was literally about 3/8ths off the fretboard. There was a small dent on the side of the neck. And get this - there was masking tape still covering the bridge studs. One of the open coil pickups had it's tape pulled open on the picking side. One I crudely adjusted the action by simply screwing down the bridge thumbwheels, the guitar became playable and did have the signature SG sound. But I was so disappointed that I returned the guitar. I had hopes that Gibson quality was returning to the place where it used to be (pre-1970), but now I'm not so sure. An Ibanez QA inspector would probably have been caned, then fired for letting this thing leave the factory.

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(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A plain looker with sweet tone.

By FissleMaster

from New York

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Rock Concerts
    • School Bands
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

    Compared to most Gibson guitars the SG 2013 Future Tribute is somewhat drab in appearance, but sings like the best right out of the box. Mine came with an inspection card dated April 2013 but tune-up required a half step or less on all strings with perfect intonation. The Steinberger gearless tuners do look odd to those of us who spend hours staring at guitars, but the precise tuning and natural hand position when turning the knurled knobs on back of the headstock makes instant sense that this is a better system. Action was set slightly high but was surprisingly very playable at that height and easily lowered. The asymmetrical neck is hardly noticeable until after a few minutes you realize what was a stretch on another guitar now seems easier. Frets all well dressed and seated. Clean tones are crisp and precise but not too metallic with both blues and jazz sounds available. Tube distortion drones along at its best in a broad usable range as the plain looking 57 Classic zebra pickups seem to be the elements delivering the necessary boost making the presence of every string at any fret distinctive. Sustain dwells everywhere. The pickup selector, volume and tone pots are smooth, responsive and noiseless. The chrome knobs look of good quality, but two of the four were not pressed on straight and wobble when turned. I assume they can be straightened but have not tried. The vintage "gloss" nitrocellulose lacquer of the heritage cherry finish found on my SG is consistent and looks durable, feeling especially good on the neck. The finish is not a high gloss. The Gibson gigbag the SG came in is very high quality, but my SG will be found in a Musicians Gear SGS case where it fits nicely. If you can get past the plain look of the finish and "future" look of the tuners and knobs, and maybe the zebras, you have an SG that sounds like a glossy bling laden Gibson that will last just as long for a lot less moo-la.

    (6 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    not what one expects from Gibson

    By ss

    from mi

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

      Best Uses

        Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

        Got this on SOTD. Great price for an american made Gibson--or so I thought. Advice to Gison: stick to what you do well. Make Outstanding High quality instruments that people will pay a premium for. These are not it. Don't bother to try and compete at this price point. Yes it has outstanding pickups, but that's about all this guitar has going for it. The finish was poor. The set up was atrocious. At this price you can easily buy some Korean made high quality instrument (ESP/LTD) that is ten times better. Also, as another reviewer wrote too: what I got was a used instrument that was a 2012 instead of a 2013 (used does matter. year not so much) That knid of thing seems to be quite common on MF. The last 5 or so items I got off SOTD were represented as new but ended up being clearly used with various signs of wear and tear. If it seems to be good to be true, maybe it is. Stupid Deal of the day is just that--stupid

        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        GREAT GUITAR AT A BARGAIN PRICE

        By Grey Cat

        from Lucerne, CA

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        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone
        • Solid Electronics

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Practicing
          • Recording
          • Rock Concerts

          Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

          I bought mine (in ebony) as a SDOTD and couldn't be happier with the incredible bargain I got! Gibson wasted no money on fancy bindings and finish when they put this axe together. No grain filler was used on the body, and the coloring can be best described as semi-gloss wall paint. However, I don't find this to be a negative, as the electronics are superb, and the quality of the neck is typical Gibson excellence -- I love the trapezoid inlays. Without a maple top, the solid mahogany does make for a darker tone than you might otherwise expect from an SG, and the mahogany is FRAGILE (a fingernail can easily leave a permanent mark), so be careful! With this in mind, I installed a pickguard cut down from a '61 style (the pickups are 1/4" closer together than on a true '61) to help protect the top. I do find it odd that the "Future" uses '57 Classic pickups that were conceived four years prior to the release of the first SG, but except for the zebra color, which clashes a bit with the overall look, I have no complaints. The tone is great; It growls and sings like an SG should! The Steinberger tuners are also far superior to any others I own (17 guitars to date), and are the only components of this guitar that can be called futuristic. I installed a Stetsbar tremolo in place of the stop tail, which improved the instrument's versatility as well as giving it a state-of-the-art look in keeping with the tuners. This axe is a LOT of instrument for the money, even at full street price. If you can score one in a SDOTD, grab it quick!

          (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great Guitar For The Money!

          By Mr. Bone-Crusher

          from San Antonio, Tx.

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          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Feel
          • Good Pick Up
          • Good Tone
          • Solid Electronics

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Jamming
            • Practicing
            • Recording
            • Rock Concerts

            Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

            I picked up an ebony 2013 Gibson SG Future Tribute from MF on their SDOTD. It's made in the USA and shows quality workmanship. The guitar is well-balanced and plays well. The action coming from the factory was ideal; not too high, not too low, with no fret buzz.

            As for the sound, the '57 classic pickups are really good pickups with articulation and clarity, but the tone is a little on the dark side. I suspect that's because the guitar is solid mahogany. Most guitars have a maple top specifically to brighten up the dark sound of mahogany. This is easily remedied, though, by turning up the presence and/or treble on your amp.

            The Steinberger tuners look a little odd at first, but they're pretty cool. A simple twist of the tuner from underneath the headstock takes care of any tuning issues. They're solid and keep the guitar in tune. Very impressive.

            The gig bag that comes with it is high quality and extremely durable. It's well-padded on the inside and thick. I would have preferred a hard shell case, but at the price I paid I can't complain.

            All-in-all I'd say the 2013 Gibson SG Future Tribute is worth a go. I expect value for my money and Gibson delivered with this one. Thanks to MF for a great deal on a killer guitar.

            (4 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            I love this guitar!!!

            By Psuedowire

            from Bahrain

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            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Good Feel
            • Good Pick Up
            • Good Tone
            • Solid Electronics

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Jamming
              • Practicing
              • Rock Concerts
              • Small Venues

              Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

              great guitar, lighweight, excellent sound, the fretboard profile is just right on my hand.

              (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              Gibson quality is hit and miss

              By Magic_Biddie

              from East Texas

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              Pros

              • Fun To Play
              • Good Feel
              • Good Pick Up
              • Good Tone
              • Solid Electronics

              Cons

              • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

              Best Uses

                Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                Just got a 2013 SG Tribute Future as a Stupid Deal of The Day. When I received the guitar, I was quite disappointed at the "state of assembly" the instrument was in. It was the single worst new guitar I have ever seen, and I've seen many over the years. The action (and I do know the action needs to be adjusted on most new guitars) was literally about 3/8ths off the fretboard. There was a small dent on the side of the neck. And get this - there was masking tape still covering the bridge studs. One of the open coil pickups had it's tape pulled open on the picking side. One I crudely adjusted the action by simply screwing down the bridge thumbwheels, the guitar became playable and did have the signature SG sound. But I was so disappointed that I returned the guitar. I had hopes that Gibson quality was returning to the place where it used to be (pre-1970), but now I'm not so sure. An Ibanez QA inspector would probably have been caned, then fired for letting this thing leave the factory.

                (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Bummer

                By HumPlucker

                from Texas

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                Pros

                • Fun To Play
                • Good Feel
                • Good Pick Up
                • Good Tone
                • Solid Electronics

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Jamming
                  • Practicing
                  • Recording

                  Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                  Bought this on SDOTD. Had to return it. Axe was not new. All plastic protective covers were already removed. It had two large dings, pick scratches. I was very upset because I was expecting a new instrument. MF offered an exchange but I found it hard to forgive. Come on MF!!! You let me down!

                  Sorry for all the drama....

                  Otherwise the axe played and sounded awesome. Nothing beats those 57's.

                  5 stars to the SG.
                  1 star for MF.

                  (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Best Gibson bargain since the torrified maple days!

                  By bsman

                  from Santa Clara, CA

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                  Pros

                  • Fantastic neck carve
                  • Fun To Play
                  • Good Feel
                  • Good Tone

                  Cons

                  • One sharp fret end

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                    This is an interesting mix of bare-bones and high-end. The finish is between the standard gibson gloss finish and the faded or matte finishes on many lower-priced models -- sort of a semi-gloss. My only complaint in terms of fit and finish is that the first fret sticks out just a smidge on the treble end (unbound fretboard). A moment with a file should clean that up. In terms of tone, this thing delivers it in spades. It sounds big and warm clean and will take all the dirt you care to serve it. It's a proper SG. The jury is stil out on the tuners -- Haven't had it long enough to say for sure if I like them or not. One thing I do like, is that they are very precise. Also, I really appreciate the nice, heavy knurled knobs -- so much nicer than the usual plastic Gibby knobs (these are basically the same knobs you'd find on a telecaster). For the price I paid, I think I got an amazing bargain.

                    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    I consider this a good buy.

                    By NA

                    from Maryland

                    About Me Experienced

                    Pros

                    • Good Feel
                    • Good Tone
                    • Solid Electronics

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Recording

                      Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                      The guitar is flawless in workmanship..

                      I wanted a solid body for playing jazz standards. I need the sustain, which I wasn't getting from my Joe Pass Epiphone. Additionally, the short scale of the Joe Pass made playing above fret 12 difficult for me (fat fingers).

                      This SG matches or surpasses my Tele in sustain and the tone is more appropriate for jazz than the Tele. I feel that with a little more tweaking of the amp and my pedals, I'll find the tone I'm looking for.

                      I love the Steinberger tuners. Changing strings is super fast, the tuning is stable and the tuning knobs work very smoothly. I'm considering replacing the Grovers on my Taylor 814 CE with Steinbergers.

                      The guitar is like a Nissan ExTerra: Everything you need, nothing you don't. A bit stripped-down in appearance (no pick guard, no binding on the neck). Since I play finger-style, the lack of a pick guard is not an issue for me. In fact, I think it improves the appearance.

                      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      My favorite guitar I own by far

                      By Brennan

                      from Baltimore

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                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Fun To Play
                      • Good Feel
                      • Good Tone

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Practicing
                        • Recording
                        • Small Venues

                        Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                        This guitar sounds amazing. The action is perfect and it has a really nice tone.

                        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        2.0

                        Will be returning this Gibson.

                        By Poppa

                        from Southeast missouri

                        About Me Experienced

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                          Cons

                          • Flat Sound

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                            While good looking the 'Pros' stop there Very average sound w/out Gibson quality. Charvel, Ibanez,and custom made SG all sound much better. Disappointed.

                            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                             
                            5.0

                            Very happy with my 2013 Gibson USA Future Tribute SG

                            By rbt_austin

                            from Austin, Texas

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                            Pros

                            • Fun To Play
                            • Good Feel
                            • Good Tone
                            • Solid Electronics

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Jamming
                              • Practicing
                              • Recording
                              • Rock Concerts
                              • Small Venues

                              Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                              I have been wanting a made in the USA Gibson SG for some time, and when this item was made available as a Stupid Deal of the Day I jumped on it. I am so glad that I did! I love the trapezoid mother of pearl inlays on the fretboard, and I love the action on this guitar. It has the Steinberger precision tuning heads and they work great. I also enjoy the chrome volume and tone knobs. The truss rod cover that reads "FUTURE" is pretty dorky though, Gibson. I purchased a blank one and replaced it easily enough. For what I paid, I am immensely happy with my purchase, though I'm not allowed to share the price. But that is okay. I would recommend this guitar to anyone interested in a USA made Gibson SG.

                               
                              4.0

                              Still not sure about this one after two years.

                              By Fangofthetooth

                              from Montreal

                              About Me Experienced

                              Pros

                              • Good Pick Up
                              • Good Tone

                              Cons

                              • Horrible set-up

                              Best Uses

                                Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                                Sounds great, impressively resonant through the body this 2013 SG Future purchased new in '15 feels good.

                                However ... yikes this poor orphaned thing was thrown together. Even though everything had been drilled/milled/screwed in the right place the bridge and tailpiece were adjusted at opposite heights and angles, sharp fret overhangs, truss rod rattling loose resulting in 3/8" action, it was a mess out of the sealed Gibson box. I would have returned it if not for its inherent attraction of Gibson materials and design at the great price I got. I eventually and slowly got the neck back where it's supposed to be, adjustments all now to spec. They didn't build it wrong, just the final setup a failure.

                                It's a good guitar with that uniquely wonderful humbucker/SG sound. It just doesn't get played much, I haven't bonded with it as easily as my other guitars though I'm not willing to let it go it feels like there's something special lurking inside somewhere yet to be discovered. The Steinberger tuners work beautifully, I miss the traditional look of those old Klusons. A pickguard was purchased, top hats to replace the Tele type knobs and the truss rod cover changed, again going after the traditional look even if it's a Future. I like having the 24 frets there though I seldom go that high. But when you need 'em - you need 'em and the standard SG is otherwise empty there anyway, might as well fill it with frets! The asymmetrical neck carve is really nice in the hand and between these cool opposing digits we enjoy, my second favourite carve after Fender's Soft V to C transition.

                                There remains a slight tuning discomfort with the nut and open chords which doesn't exist with my other 24.75", 25" and 25.5" scale guitars. It's a Plek cut nut and should be right but I have not yet spent the time on it to figure it out so this SG has been limited to barre chords and lead for me where it really is a good guitar after an otherwise full setup.

                                Recommended with reserve.

                                 
                                5.0

                                Excellent Guitar

                                By William

                                from Ashland City, TN

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                                Verified Buyer

                                Pros

                                • Fun To Play
                                • Good Feel
                                • Good Pick Up
                                • Good Tone
                                • great price
                                • Solid Electronics

                                Cons

                                  Best Uses

                                  • Practicing

                                  Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                                  I love to sit around and pick for fun and relaxation. This guitar was flawless when it arrived. The box was damaged and UPS had us open it to be sure it wasn't damaged. The way it was packaged kept it unharmed. It is fun to play and light weight. I just had back surgery and it was easy on the back.

                                  (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                                   
                                  5.0

                                  Gibson SG, always a good choice for rock

                                  By RK

                                  from DeKalb IL

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                                  Pros

                                  • Good Feel
                                  • Good Tone
                                  • Lightweight, easy to play
                                  • Solid Electronics

                                  Cons

                                    Best Uses

                                    • Jamming
                                    • Practicing
                                    • Small Venues

                                    Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                                    Gibson makes some really good inexpensive guitar

                                     
                                    5.0

                                    Great Deal, Nice Guitar.

                                    By Road Runner

                                    from Chico, California

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                                    Pros

                                    • Fun To Play
                                    • Good Feel
                                    • Good Pick Up
                                    • Good Tone
                                    • Solid Electronics

                                    Cons

                                      Best Uses

                                      • Jamming
                                      • Practicing
                                      • Recording
                                      • Rock Concerts
                                      • Small Venues

                                      Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                                      PUPs sound great. Tuners work great, look a little strange at first, but they make sense. Finish is good. I don't have to worry about it so much as I do my ES -335/12. My wife loves the tones I can get out of it. No fret buzz at all. No set-up needed. All in all I am very happy with this guitar. I was considering an Epi Les Paul but I'm glad I waited till I saw this on SDOTD.

                                      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                                       
                                      5.0

                                      Great guitar

                                      By KM

                                      from orlando fl

                                      About Me Experienced

                                      Pros

                                      • Fun To Play
                                      • Good Feel
                                      • Good Pick Up
                                      • Solid Electronics

                                      Cons

                                        Best Uses

                                        • Jamming
                                        • Practicing
                                        • Recording
                                        • Rock Concerts
                                        • School Bands
                                        • Small Venues

                                        Comments about Gibson 2013 SG Tribute Future Electric Guitar:

                                        I got this during the STOTD. I could not believe the price i got this for. The pick ups sounds amazing and scream through my amp. It plays like jelly bread. I would keep a watch out for another great deal on this and snatch it up.

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