I have a 73 (ish) SG11, which is similar in most respects. The tuners and headstock detail look exactly right. I 'm pretty sure my guitar is not...
Good colour choice - a great look for a LP.
Any pics of progress so far? What hardware are you planning to use? The original stuff or something else? Great thread - thanks for posting!
Intonation is now perfect - but I see what you mean. I think I should move the whole bridge and adjust all the saddles to suit. Thanks.
Screwdiver just about fits.
All strung up!
It's close but I found I could get to the adjustment screws without any problem. I did put strings on honest! I'll take a picture and prove it!
Thanks everyone - I have installed a tone-pros chrome wraparound. I couldn't get hold of a nickel one and couldn't be bothered to wait forever....
Good call! - I'd prefer nickel, but it doesn't matter that much. Also maybe I'm wrong about the nickel version having no notches - I'll check...
Hi - I'm thinking of replacing the wraparound bridge on my SG Junior with the Tone Pros
The saddles on this are not notched and my...
I have an SG Junior with a baked maple fretboard and a handful of other guitars with rosewood boards. Tone-wise I can tell no difference,...
That looks great as it is - the suggestion about cream parts is a good one though. Here's mine with the original pickups.
I really don't know why Gibsons had volutes in the Norlin era. There were a few weird features - a lot of them appear on my guitar!. Some seem...
Hi Shreddy - yes I think I remember see your SG111 on here before. Sorry it's not with you any more! I've managed to hang on to mine so far...
There you go - 1973 Gibson SG11. A Norlin-era beauty!
Very nice! I have a more or less original SG11 - the same axe without a sunburst finish.
All I have is a low-res pdf - you are welcome to a copy if you PM me your email address.:)
Happy to admit I've been wrong all along, instead of breaking one apart and checking for one or two coils, I got a radiographer friend to x-Ray my...
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