Yes. I will add that this neck was more difficult to break at the headstock than the earlier neck versions. The necks were still made of Honduran...
Set up on a Norlin SG with Schaller bridge. I think that some people like higher. Strings fairly high off of the fretboard. Dude at the guitar...
That's a picture of Eric Clapton at Winterland playing "Crossroads" on The Fool. Might be the version that appears on the album.
I've never owned a turquoise long-sleeved shirt, that's how I know that's not me and my guitar.
OK, there it is !
That's not me and my guitar either, I don't think.
Wait, that's not my guitar.
Let's give it a try.
The guitar is pictured in my avatar.
I figured that maybe the Schaller bridge would alter things.
Is there a thread somewhere with this information, please? Thanks.
The few tarbacks that I have spotted for sale on-line have not been priced like "Vintage Rare" pups. I'll bet you can find some.
The reason I started this thread is because I wish that both of my SGs had the same width so that it would be more easy to switch back and forth...
Yes that is interesting. But, isn't the 61 just a little bit more wide at the nut?
The 1979 SG Standard is one and one half inches wide at the nut.
I have a 1999 Custom Shop SG and the width of the fretboard at the nut is noticeably more wide than the same place on my 1979 SG Standard.
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