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Gibson SG GT Electric Guitar
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With hot racing stripes and a removable hood scoop over the tailpiece, this hot-rodded SG will feed your white line fever. Roadworthy reinforcements ...Click To Read More About This Product
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One screamin', streamin' road machine!
With hot racing stripes and a removable hood scoop over the tailpiece, this hot-rodded SG will feed your white line fever. Roadworthy reinforcements like a a Neutrik locking cable jack, dual truss rods, locking tuners, and a heavy finish make it a real road warrior. The bound ebony fretboard, coil tapping on the 490R and 498T humbuckers, a high-pass filter, and fully independent volume controls make it way easy to drive. Includes Gibson hardshell case.
- Mahogany body
- Set mahogany Classic '61 SG neck
- Bound ebony fretboard
- Push/pull pots for coil-tapped 490R & 498T humbuckers
- Locking metal button Grover® tuners
- Neutrik locking cable jack
- Dunlop strap locks
- Classic '61 SG neck
- Over/under dual truss rod for extra neck reinforcement
- Fully independent volume controls
- High pass tone filter maintains high frequencies at any volume setting
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I have the SG GT in Daytona Blue, and I wouldn't trade this guitar for anything. The sound quality is phenomonal, the action and number of frets really allows you to have and open field of play. I highly suggest looking for this guitar and purchasing it before the value sky rockets. I was told that thre were only 2,000 of these guitars made so if you got one, you could be holding onto something very special.
Very hard to beat the quality of this guitar.
Bought for a great price.
This will be one sought after SG THEY WENT ALL OUT WITH ONE.The double tress rods are something that no other SG have along with the electronics that give it amazing tone. the paint job on it is nothing I really care for but it seems to get regonized and is stand out . The guitar itself is outstanding plays like a dream and its a stand alone guitar. What I mean is that it is in a class by itself. It has so much to offer and the extras make it a must have read what this baby can do and what its equipt with STUNNER is all I have to say
Where I normally find the SG's a little top heavy, this baby is very well-balanced. The quality of this guitar is incredible and it seems like it will take a beating. It is designed to be a gigging work horse and that feeling is reinforced every step of the way. My favourite electric guitar so far.
This guitar over all is awsome, my only complaint is that it is really heavy and I hoped for a light SG. This is my 3rd guitar and its pretty good, the neck also has a strange feel to it.
This guitar is absolutely amazing. I've had it for almost a year and have never been dissapointed. I'm the soloist in a classic, southern, bluesy band. If you play the blues, this guitar is for you. It's worth the price.
I have had this guitar for about a month now, and it's amazing. I use it in the studio and performances with my band. I run it through 3 amps: Mesa/Boogie Triple Rectifier Head, Vintage Marshall JCM 800, and Marshall JCM 2000, all with Marshall cabs loaded with celestion vintage 30 speakers. I use an Ibanez TS-9 tube screamer, a DOD FX65 Chorus, A Dunlop Crybaby, a BBE Sonic Stomp, and a Boss Sustainer Pedal. It sound so great, and with coil tapping by push/pull pots, I can get good single coil sounds, WITHOUT a Fender Strat. IF you want something that puts you ahead of everyone else, buy this guitar!!!
So I'm glad Gibson has finally made a new guitar worth buying. I'm NOT a huge fan of all of those budget SG's and Les Pauls, like the gothic, and crap like that, but this SG is great. The electronics are the best feature. Finally Gibson has listened to their customers about what modifications they frequently make, and now are doing them themselves. Some people might not like that, but I'm glad I won't have to rip this thing apart to make it gig-worthy.