Are you happy with it ?
I see that Guitar-Guitar website has 2018 SG HP's for £1099 with case.
That is a STEAL !
2018 is the only year they were made like that, ring-less...
You did the right thing getting a brand new one.
Its your perfect jewel !
If not, get one that is.
It should last a lifetime, Good Luck !
I don't recall the exact specifics although I do remember this -
I was measuring some pots removed from a stock Gibson that were labeled 500 k,...
I beg to differ.
Arched or flat, take your pick -
In retrospect, the only really "good deals" were if you could pay cash.
Only the stuff they had in the store was available and somewhat...
Pickup rings made for Les Pauls' have curvature on the bottom.
While rings for SGs' are flat.
Hopefully the folks at Creamtone will send the right...
Before you buy either one,
Carefully loosen the strings, then remove the 11 pickguard screws and take a PEEK under the pickguard.
Harbor Freight is a great source for small hand tools.
Although I called...
As you're well aware of, the new pickguard looks great !
Be careful to protect the guitar while putting the new rings on.
Pasteboard covered with...
It's like I said,
If everything was "behind the headstock", (including the tools), that's likely what caused the headstock to get broken.
Its an SG Custom, rest assured, its great just like it is. As long as its stock.
When you discovered the damage, where was everything?
SG hard cases are made to hold the guitar pretty firmly.
Talk about minimal front side bevel on that lower horn !
It must all be on the back necessitating maximum neck access.
Because that horn sure...
Can't wait to see the finish and pickguard on it !
Another victim of the wandering multi-tool .
A word of advice -
If you're having a guitar shipped to you, have the accessories sent in a separate...
The good deals are out there !
Good luck !
Don't adjust the pole pieces, just make sure they line up with the strings right.
Thanks for the recommendation, you're the KING !
I urge you to research all the options as far as a bridge goes.
I wouldn't necessarily go with a bushing mounted unit.
I would look for a lower,...
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