I misread the title as "A NUDE!" and opened the thread looking for bewbs. *le sigh* I guess a pelham SG will have to do.
What, no binding?
I believe it was only available on the early reissues, ya know before the wider neck, squared off fretboard ends, and SDs in flat covers,...
Well, if you're ever up near Harrisburg, PA, I have a 00 white S-100, along with multiple early reissues, if you want to compare!
When you get it, pop the back cover, and see if JT marked it.
Shhhh. Let people think they're duds. More for us. :naughty:
That isn't "reliced". That thing was set on fire by some moron.
That's a lotta 'hog ripped out in the name of tuning convenience/laziness. Also, thought these had an Iommi in the bridge? Seller lists it as a 57...
Anywhere in the world? Greg Platzer, BCR Music and Sound. I wouldn't leave my guitars anywhere else, vintage or otherwise.
The previous owner fixed the weak pickup issue on mine. :-)
I wish when they did vintage style stuff, they'd not only take into account the body shape and cosmetic features, but also...the heel shape.
Judging by the heel shape, 68-69. I chase SGs with that heel. Those necks feel the best in my hand.
They are actually pretty versatile. Obviously they excel at the gloom, doom, and brutal metals, but rock, blues, and even jazz sound killer.
I never get tired of seeing that top pic.
Dunno if I could deal without independent neck and bridge tone controls, but this fiddle is sexy AF.
I've had them in my '94 Standard ever since they were first released with 500k pots all around, no issues. Some will also use 1 meg pots for tone...
You won't need to, but, as with any pickup, you might want to. They are badass pickups.
Old post, I know, and possibly silly question, but with the large guard and swimming pool, why not just mount to the pickguard and save some work?
I know I've floated these pics more than once, but...eff it.
08 SG Classic by Hammer posted Jan 27, 2015 at 9:03 AM
91 SG Jr by Hammer posted Jan...
'93-'94 still had HB-1s. At some point in '94 on through '00/'01 they had SD-1s (Duncans), with early ones having the Guild covers. There are...
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