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Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar

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A genuine humbucker-powered Gibson USA SG at a price that's too good to pass up.

An authentic humbucker-loaded Gibson USA SG at an import price.Gibson USA, with its Limited Run Series, reintroduces the Melody Maker as the budget-priced entree to Gibson solidbody electrics. The original Melody Maker was introduced by Gibson in 1959 as their student solidbody model. It had a single-cutaway Les Paul Junior shape, with thinner body and narrower Melody Maker headstock. The one single-coil pickup was controlled by one volume knob. Later, a double-cutaway and an SG-shaped Melody Maker were also released. The new Melody Maker is available in four classic body shapes: Les Paul, SG, and now for the first time for the Melody Maker line: Flying V and Explorer. The Melody Maker is now loaded with a 491T ceramic-magnet humbucking pickup for the aggressive tones todays players require. Constructed with maple body in your choice of grain-textured satin finishes and set-in, 1-piece mahogany neck with the slim Melody Maker profile. Features a traditional wraparound tailpiece for enhanced sustain and tuning stability. The Gibson USA Melody Maker comes with deluxe gig bag.Use the drop-down menu above to choose colors and other options.

FEATURES
  • Maple body
  • Grain textured satin finish
  • Set 1-piece mahogany neck
  • Melody Maker neck profile
  • 24-3/4" scale
  • 22 frets
  • Acrylic dot fretboard inlays
  • 1.695 nut width
  • Corian nut
  • 491T ceramic-magnet humbucker
  • One Volume control
  • Wraparound tailpiece
  • Gig bag included

Get your Gibson SG Melody Maker today while it's still available.

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GibsonLimited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar
 
4.4

(based on 22 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun to play (7)
  • Good feel (7)
  • Good tone (7)
  • Good pick up (6)
  • Solid electronics (5)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (6)
  • Practicing (6)
  • Recording (4)
  • Small venues (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (4), Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great guitar!

I had two little problems with this guitar. One," the volume knob. The edges of the knob were kind of sharp so I replaced it with a classic black metallic knob with...Read complete review

I had two little problems with this guitar. One," the volume knob. The edges of the knob were kind of sharp so I replaced it with a classic black metallic knob with smoother edges so that I wouldn't hurt my pinky finger when riffing. And the second problem was when playing and trying to ""mute"" the guitar (As in silencing the vibration for one second) I noticed that the string area above the nut hummed as I muted the guitar", creating this annoying sound. My solution was new strings and black tape around the strings above the nut. DONE!
This guitar is a dream. I've always wanted to own a Gibson SG model and when I saw this I had to get it. The simple electronics were something that I was looking in a guitar. Single pickup plus volume knob is really all anyone needs to play. The 491T pickup roars with all my distortion pedals.
People, this guitar is awesome. Period.
The classic single pickup and volume knob. Need nothing more.
I am still amazed at the quality Gibson guitar this is at the price I bought it. Too good.
Well built, great tone, minor issues.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Follow-up to previous review . . .

Budget or not, I expect more from Gibson. This guitar just squeeked over the line to non-keeper status upon closer inspection.
After two weeks there has been some stuff that is no...Read complete review

Budget or not, I expect more from Gibson. This guitar just squeeked over the line to non-keeper status upon closer inspection.
After two weeks there has been some stuff that is no big deal, but just enough that Im going to return my SG. Now that the excitement of taking a real Gibson out of the box has faded, Im a little disappointed in the finish. Yes, its budget, but the finish is just bad. Not so much the paint, but the sanding of the body on mine is unacceptable. It looks like the finishing machine / sandpaper of whatever bit the body and sent it through at a strange angle. There are sanding ridges all over the front. It arrived with a big ding on the neck and one on the lower edge of the body. They obviously used a tool to wind the strings up because there are circular marks into the paint around the tuning heads. Its sad that this is a Gibson because a 249.00 Squier is a way better, finished guitar relatively speaking. Im very meticulous about my stuff. I feel you are paying for just a decal with this version.

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(12 of 27 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Want busted knuckles?

By Wiseman

from Tampa, Fl.

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Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

As soon as I saw the ad last week I ordered one...without looking close enough at the pictures. What was Gibson thinking mounting that volume knob right on the down stroke of your hand. The guitar was delivered today. Opened it up, plugged it in and after 5 minutes.put it back in the box to send back. I don't know how anybody is going to be able to play this guitar and keep any skin on their knuckles.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fun Guitar

By Paul Puzauskas

from AZ

Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

I own 4 other SG's. This one is fun. love the feel and the maple. Has a crisp sharp tone with a little twang. Great sustain. Can't really think of anything negative to say. I heard some people didn't like the position of the jack, but just use a 90 degree plug. It is a 1 pickup stripped down guitar with great sound and playability. If a neck pickup and tone controls don't mean much to you, this one is a keeper.
single pickup, no tone controls
It's stripped down, no frills. Mine seems well built and the neck feels good and plays good.
It's a well built Gibson SG at a lower price

(9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great guitar!

By Cristian Salamnaca

from Santiago, Chile

Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

I had two little problems with this guitar. One," the volume knob. The edges of the knob were kind of sharp so I replaced it with a classic black metallic knob with smoother edges so that I wouldn't hurt my pinky finger when riffing. And the second problem was when playing and trying to ""mute"" the guitar (As in silencing the vibration for one second) I noticed that the string area above the nut hummed as I muted the guitar", creating this annoying sound. My solution was new strings and black tape around the strings above the nut. DONE!
This guitar is a dream. I've always wanted to own a Gibson SG model and when I saw this I had to get it. The simple electronics were something that I was looking in a guitar. Single pickup plus volume knob is really all anyone needs to play. The 491T pickup roars with all my distortion pedals.
People, this guitar is awesome. Period.
The classic single pickup and volume knob. Need nothing more.
I am still amazed at the quality Gibson guitar this is at the price I bought it. Too good.
Well built, great tone, minor issues.

(6 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

sg maker

By porscheman

from honolulu

Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

bought by a friend from here sold to me for and unbelievable deal of $200 out of the box. i am speechless this gat is as good as my 65 sg. jr. a little heavier and i like it. meticulous craftmanship everywhere. the p/u sound can mimic a p/90. it is patterned after a paf bucker. if gibson keeps this up i will not have to ever collect more vintage gats for my collection. bought the v also, albert king baby!

(5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

It is what it is . . .

By Lemuel Mason

from Shout out, the 'Ville !

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Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Its is what it is . . . A relatively unfinished, budget Gibson. But hey, we'll take it ! It's about time Gibson remembered us poor people. Maybe not a Custom Shop SG, but way better than an original Melody Maker --a very playable, badazz sounding guitar. Probably not for you if you are into jazz or other frilly stuff. Thanks Gibson, keep 'em coming . . .

(4 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Follow-up to previous review . . .

By Lemuel Mason

from Shout out, the 'Ville !

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Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Budget or not, I expect more from Gibson. This guitar just squeeked over the line to non-keeper status upon closer inspection.
After two weeks there has been some stuff that is no big deal, but just enough that Im going to return my SG. Now that the excitement of taking a real Gibson out of the box has faded, Im a little disappointed in the finish. Yes, its budget, but the finish is just bad. Not so much the paint, but the sanding of the body on mine is unacceptable. It looks like the finishing machine / sandpaper of whatever bit the body and sent it through at a strange angle. There are sanding ridges all over the front. It arrived with a big ding on the neck and one on the lower edge of the body. They obviously used a tool to wind the strings up because there are circular marks into the paint around the tuning heads. Its sad that this is a Gibson because a 249.00 Squier is a way better, finished guitar relatively speaking. Im very meticulous about my stuff. I feel you are paying for just a decal with this version.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Outstanding value

By mikethelabguy

from Little Rock, AR

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Comfortable neck
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Low price
  • Solid Electronics
  • Well balanced for an SG
  • Well made

Cons

  • Slight fret buzzing

Best Uses

  • Blues
  • Rock
  • Slide

Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

I was blown away by this guitar. I wasn't expecting a whole lot in a gibson priced this low, but aside from the finish and stripped down electronics, I can't see where they skimped all that much. The neck is comfortable, the tuners are solid, the pickup is hot and aggressive, but easily tamed via the volume pot. Also, the body is very will balanced, unlike most SG's i've played. On top of all that, only 600 were made in each finish so its bound to be a collectors item eventually.

I also should point out that the included gig bag is surprisingly sturdy, well padded, and seems to be adequate protection for the occasional outting. If you will be taking this guitar out several times a week, I would invest in a good hsc just to be safe.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

You Wont Get Hurt Buying This SG

By Thomas Butera

from Decatur, IL

Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

Its a great lightweight guitar with big sound.
This is an excellent guitar for taking on the road whether your primary, secondary, or tertiary axe.
I like to alternate between this and my Telecaster on steroids.
Two totally different sounds.

This guitar is a plain-Jane, no frills rocker that with a few minor tweaks
will turn out amazingly crunchy sound (Im playing through a 100 watt Fender head).
This guitar comes with the Melody Maker headstock, humbucker pickup, standard wraparound bridge (tailpiece), and factory set-up.
The FLAW is the bridge (tailpiece) and factory set-up.
The bridge (tailpiece) rolls forward.
The strings are set noticeably high off the fret-board.
The out-of-the-box guitar does not intonate well.
I installed Tone Pro II Locking Posts, an aftermarket wraparound low profile bridge (tailpiece), set the action low, and intonated the bridge (tailpiece).
This guitar now plays like silk!!
You cant beat the value for the price provided that you invest more in aftermarket parts to enhance its playability.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very playable... Fun guitar.

Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

The only real flaw at this price is the finish. You're getting a Melody Maker. It was designed as a value kick around guitar. It is a fantastic guitar for that. If you want a vintage punkish style look and still want the sound coming out of the speakers to be right, get one. I absolutely love mine and play it on stage next to my Les Pauls and PRS's (not SE's).
Ok... So what it is, a really fun guitar that sounds great. What it's not, perfect... But is it supposed to be?

The neck on mine is great. I own two Gibsons with the baked maple fretboard. My SG melody maker is dark enough to pass as rosewood. My Custom Classic Les Paul is quite a bit lighter. Both guitars are brighter than their rosewood or ebony counterparts but easily dialed down. Think of it as if your tone knob went to "11". Seriously, as cheesy as it sounds, it's true. They sound virtually identical to rosewood when the tone is rolled back just a touch. The guitar just sings when dialed in. It's a joy to play.

As far as finish? It's truly terrible. So much so, I can't wait to wear holes in its finsh to get a nice "relic" look to it. I don't think this will be hard given that on mine (white) you can see parts of the wood plainly showing through the finish. It's as if a 12 year old spray painted it with krylon. There is no lacquer at all and obviously only one light hearted coat of paint. But let's be honest, it has a wraparound tailpiece that minus a couple of set screws is completely unintonatable. Should this keep you from buying this guitar? No! Is just too much fun to play. And it sounds like well, a Gibson. Plus, I don't worry about any bass guitar collisions on stage. If anything, it will look better with a few nicks in it....
Completely playable. Sounds great but the finish is so bad that you have to doc points here.
Great price point for a Gibson. Sounds really good. Awesome stage guitar.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent guitar!

By bourgie

from Marinette, WI

About Me Experienced

Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

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

    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    This guitar is great! Honestly, I'm a true fender guy, but this guitar is worth it! I thought I'd take a chance with this one, but there wasn't any risk. This is a great guitar. I can't say enough good things about it. The pickup is hot! and the neck is very nice, plays very easy. Some people complain about the action, but it's soo nice. This guitar is a great buy for anyone!

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Nice Guitar!

    By greg lounsberry

    from Maryland

    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    If I could do so without my wife busting me, I would fill the room with these things, and mod them all with different pickup combinations. Its also a cheap body for painting or decorating in case you want to get your "Fool" on! It is a solidly built guitar, and totally upgradeable. If you love the SG, and only a Gibson will do, this is.
    This is a nice no-frills guitar. The maple body gives it a little better balance than a traditional all mahogany SG. I am not in love with the tailpiece. I checked it with the Peterson, and the intonation is off on almost every string. I will replace it with a tun-o-matic tailpiece. The truss rod is set a tiny bit too high, but that is an easy fix. I am intrigued by the Torrefied Maple fretboard. I have always preferred ebony to rosewood, and this material feels more like ebony than rosewood. I think it is much nicer than a cheap piece of rosewood. I hate the reason it is necessary. The gubment should not try to force Gibson to outsource their fretboard work (fix the economy instead....) Kudos to Gibson for not caving on that point. I like the American ingenuity at finding solutions.
    The quality of the body and neck is quite nice. My only pang is the sharp edges on the frets. I went to a store to buy a Les Paul Melody Maker a few years ago, and bought a PRS SE Singlecut instead for that very reason. I might tape it up and hit it with some 600 grit paper and a little steel wool. It is not a giant problem and you should not let that stop you from owning a nice guitar like this. It is what it is. I don't expect it to be exactly like my 1970 SG Standard for this kind of money.
    The pickup is a surprise. It looks like a humbucker but it stills has the chime and bite of my single coil Melody Maker. In fact, it "sounds" like a Melody Maker more so than an SG. It fattens right up with the Big Muff, though and has plenty of sustain.
    The Melody Maker headstock contrasts well against the SG body and gives this guitar a unique look.
    You cant beat the price for a real made in USA Gibson SG!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    No better guitar out there for this money!

    By Chris Woodall

    from Undisclosed

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    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    I have an SG Standard and an SG Special too. This MM is just as much fun to play as either of the more expensive guitars. It just doesn't have all the bells and whistles. If you want an SG sound and a guitar that's just plain fun to play, this is it. If you love SG's (and I do) you will love this one. It's a comfortable guitar to play for extended periods. You just want to pick it up and hear it sing. I got the satin black and it's a beauty. The 4901T pickup sounds killer too. Way better than I expected. I'm not sure if it's a Gibson, a Duncan or a DD but either way, it's a keeper. If Gibson can build these in Nashville and sell them for at this price, it makes you wonder why other companies can't do the same.
    It's a simple, no frills guitar, which is exactly what I expected.
    Gibson had to cut costs somewhere to get to this price point. The guitar has some places that weren't sanded totally smooth. The paint had a few small bubbles here and there. You know what? It doesn't matter. These are strictly cosmetic and it was a trade-off I was willing to make to get a USA made electric guitar.
    Fantastic value here, folks!.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Don't let the price tag fool you!!!!

    By fluffypsycho666

    from washington state

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    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    Easily worth the asking price, the only reason to not buy one is they are out!
    An American made Gibson for the price of an Epiphone??? o.k. what's the catch???? NONE!!!! This is one of the greatest guitars on the market today, by far the best value.The absolute beauty of simplicity. One volume knob.Perfect. Why would you need more, aren't there tone controls on your amp?learn how to use those.This guitar is absolutely verastile and has a great feel, once you have it set up you should by all means be able to play any style of music on it. the cleans can twang for a yee-haw session and that lil humbucker just comes alive with some distortion. Seriously, you can play everything from Clint Black to Black Sabbath on these Melody Makers.I've always wanted a white SG and now I have one for a great price! do yourself a favor and grab one of these before they sell out, which they will.

     
    5.0

    Limited Run SG Melody Maker

    By StoutFrank

    from Sacramento

    About Me Experienced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

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

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording

    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    Short history of what guitars that I own, American telecaster, Wolfgang Pevey, custom shop strat, Martin acoustic, etc."... Point is, this Limited melody maker SG is a great buy and a fine guitar to boot! Read a lot of reviews stating that it's cheap, sound is bad, bla, bla bla,... You'd have be crazy not to buy one of these, the price and product is outstanding,. Out of the 13 guitars that I have, it ranks number 5. Made in the USA, and a Gibson, and the great price, SWEET!! Thanks guys, peace out..

     
    5.0

    Import guitars, Beware!

    By charles mckillip

    from salem indiana

    See all my reviews

    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    Overall, this SG sounds a little electronic when compared to older Gibsons I have.By lowering the pickup height,you get more vibe and jangle. By raising it,youll get that fat electronic sound perfect for distortion.Single volume knob works just like any other Gibson would.The neck feels great,and I do mean great! Easy to get that vibrato going.String bends are really easy too and the maple is very slick feeling.The finish is called satin woodgrain, I would say thats a fair discription.Mine is black and actually looks better than I thought it would.Theres a little ridge of laquer where the fretboard was masked off when sprayed,not a big deal,but worth mentioning.These guitars are a canvas for the new artists out there.Import guitars,Beware!Theres definately a new day dawning.The lifeless, Zombie wanna be axes being pumped out by the billions overseas have been trumped big time by Gibson.I can see the day coming when kids are putting custom graphics on a well made guitar for a change.Wherever modern music goes from here,I'm pretty sure,these Melody Maker guitars from Gibson will have a big impact on it.No cleche' here,Its real.
    Its hard to give a guitar with one pickup,one volume control and a spartan finish high marks for features.Its hard to give a guitar this neat a low score in any catagory.Nice vintage style tuners look like old kluson deluxes but function way better.Baked Maple fretboard looks almost as good as rosewood and you get arguably better note attack and sustain,(some players may want a softer response in that area).I dont,Brazillian rosewood hasn't been legally available for years and the rosewood used for the last 25 years just isn't the same anyway.The humbucker is a little hotter than your average gibson and will drive your old tube amp harder,thats a good thing.Maple body is light so its hard to know which type of maple it is.Mohagany neck is great.Info says all gibson guitars are Plek'd so you can get as good of play action and intonation as any guitar ever made reguardless of price. Mine plays fabulous.Hey,did I mention its an Gibson SG.
    Its a gibson sg, There is nothing missing as far as workmanship is concerned.Some people will think that because its so lightly equipped and finished that something must be wrong with it,WRONG is a key word here because I have a bunch of american made guitars(this being the least expensive by far)and I can assure there is nothing wrong with this baby.I don't like the single ply pickguard, its edges arent beveled. Also,I can just barely feel the fret ends in a couple of places up high on the neck, easily fixable,but worth mentioning.The unusual wood combination is a plus for me cause I've got all the usual ones.It plays and sounds as good as any guitar out there,provided you set it up to your own taste.
    If somebody had told me 20 years ago, there would come a day when I could buy a new Gibson SG melody maker for the price of a few tanks of gas I dont think I would have believed it.So do something smart with those dollars while you can.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    J.Shell

    By Joseph Shell

    from East Tennessee

    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    I just got this guitar,and I love it already ! Sounds great,very easy to use. It has everything that I need in a quality guitar, and nothing that I don't need. Neck is fantastic ! I make tone adjustments on my amp anyway, so there is not any need for any on the guitar !
    Very simple to use. Just one volume nobe, and that is it ! Don't get any easier than that !
    It's a Gibson !
    I don't think that there is a better guitar on the market for this price. Get one while you can !

     
    5.0

    Best buy under $300.

    By Buddy T

    from North Carolina

    Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

    This is the first review I have written either good or bad about anything. Playing guitar exceeding four decades I would consider myself an expert. When I bought my limited run SG Melody Maker, I didnt know what to expect. What I got was a pleasant surprise. Out of the box the guitar is well set up. The intonation is close enough and the action is fine. The finish is simple. In function the guitar is perfect. If you want a good playing guitar that is an instant classic I would recommend this guitar.

     
    5.0

    What a deal!!

    By Kappy

    from Palmetto Bay, Florida

    About Me Experienced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Tone

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing

      Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

      Great value to have a real Gibson guitar for only [$] including deliver. WOW. Just plug it in and play. No setup no switches to deal with.Just a great guitar and deal!

       
      4.0

      Not bad!!

      By Bob j

      from Cumming, GA

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Verified Buyer

      Pros

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

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing

        Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

        Very cool for the money... paint is a little skimpy but cool.. sure to be something someone will look for someday! For fun it's cool!

         
        5.0

        Nice Little Guitar for Little Money

        By Rusty

        from Arlen, TX

        About Me Novice

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        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Excellent Neck
        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone
        • Light Weight
        • Put Together Well
        • Smooth Playing
        • Solid Electronics

        Cons

        • Front Jack

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing

        Comments about Gibson Limited Run SG Melody Maker Electric Guitar:

        Best [$] I have spent on a guitar! Wanted something simple and light weight (bad back) and I got what I wanted. When played through my Bugera tube amp the sound is sweet. Plays like a dream. Get one while they are still around.

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