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Gibson SG Original 2 Electric Guitar
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When it comes to the classics, sometimes you just have to have it original”and it doesn™t get much more classic than Gibson' legendary SG, a rock and...Read More
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A perfect recreation of the original model including slim neck and Lyre vibrato.
When it comes to the classics, sometimes you just have to have it original”and it doesn™t get much more classic than Gibson' legendary SG, a rock and blues icon since its introduction in 1961. The SG Original from Gibson USA brings back the look, feel, and tone of the most desirable SG Standards ever made, thanks to the use of Grade-A tonewoods, exacting specs, and premium hardware and pickups.
From the slim ™60s neck profile, to the trim early ™60s headstock shape and smaller ™61 pickguard, to the tonally rich and versatile ™57 Classic humbucking pickups, to the vibrola tailpiece with œlyre cover, the SG Original nails the vibe of the seminal SG in every respect, bringing you a stunning œreissue style guitar at an impressively affordable price.
- Mahogany body
- Mahogany neck with SG slim profile
- Bound rosewood fretboard with trapezoid inlays
- Chrome tune-o-matic bridge with Lyre vibrato tailpiece
- 57 classic pickups
- Black control knobs
- Includes black hardshell case
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Bad Volume Knob Soldering
- Rock Concerts
Comments about Gibson SG Original 2 Electric Guitar:
I owned one of the originals in the late '70's (which I sold for way to little back in the day...) This guitar looks and feels just like the one I had except a bit darker finish. Very light, very little tune shift with the tremelo, very fun to play. The only downside for me was after playing about 10 minutes, I lost sound from the "rhythm" pickup. Took off the access panel and found some sub-standard soldering shorting out the volume knob - come on Gibson! It was an easy fix for me, but left me a bit disappointed in the unseen craftsmanship details. Other than that - I love it!