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Gibson Custom Korina SG Standard Electric Guitar
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The Gibson Korina SG Standard is a limited edition reissue of the early '60s SG Les Paul Standard electric guitar. This Gibson Custom Shop guitar is ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A highly collectable instrument for the true "tone connoisseur".
The Gibson Korina SG Standard is a limited edition reissue of the early '60s SG Les Paul Standard electric guitar. This Gibson Custom Shop guitar is made to historic SG/LP standard specs, but is constructed with exotic korina instead of the more common mahogany. The Korina SG has a clear, cutting tone for perfect chordal clarity and is both beautiful and lightweight.
The SG body style is lighter in weight than a standard Les Paul and also provides full access to the upper treble register of the guitar. With a slim taper neck profile, Gibson SG guitars also have a reputation for being very fast and highly playable. Other features include Burstbucker pickups, vintage Kluson tulip style tuners, and an ABR-1 bridge and stopbar tailpiece.
- Body Type: '60s SG Standard
- Body: Korina
- Hardware: Nickel
- Bridge: ABR-1 bridge and stopbar tailpiece
- Neck and Headstock
- Neck: 1-piece set Limba
- Neck profile: 1960 slim taper profile
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Fingerboard Radius: 12"
- No. of frets: 22
- Fingerboard inlay: Trapezoid
- Neck Binding: Single-ply white
- Scale length: 24-3/4"
- Nut Width: 1-11/16"
- Tuners: Vintage Kluson tulip style
- Electronics and strings
- Neck pickup: BurstBucker 1
- Bridge pickup: BurstBucker 2
- Controls: two volume, two tone, 3-way toggle pickup selector
- Knobs: black speed
- Strings: Brite Wire .010
- Finish: Lacquer
- Case: Hardshell
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If you have even considered getting a Gibson SG, this is the one to buy. There are only a few left, but I would recommend calling Chris at Private Reserve (the number is above the picture of the guitar) and seeing what they have left. The neck feel is immaculate, the looks are quintessential SG and the sound is amazing. I don't think I've ever played a guitar that I liked better than this, and I own a few other guitars to include a Lone Star Strat and a Les Paul Studio.