SG Wind Chimes.
The SG ‘61 Reissue has been out of production for several years. They are now calling the new models “SG Standard 61”.
Any models with the...
From my experience with the different SG that I had in the past, the SG '61 Reissue was drastically different from all the others. The neck...
The bound neck with trapezoids and crown inlay on the headstock indicates it's an SG Standard.
Not sure what else about it needs to be...
It’s obviously an SG Standard.
Michael Schenker, his brother.
I like waffles.
Had the same thing on my Cream 2000 SG Special.
For tuner reference only.
Winding strings on the posts as pictured below makes any tuner a locking tuner. Been doing it for years without any issues. Doesn't take me any...
1970 would be the earliest year the guitar was built. It's not uncommon to use pots left over from the year before, so it could be a 1971 model,...
1966-71 SG Standard
If knobs original, then closer to ‘66.
Pot codes will narrow it down.
Pot Code Format
137 = CTS
There’s this one guy that is most famous for playing a Flying V that is painted half black, half white that flexes the headstock to create a...
Legend has it that someone knocked a hubcap back in place with a Tele.
I don't know why the SG gets pigeon-holed as having a lanky or rubber neck. Many of the SG with batwings have a substantial neck with some chunk...
Not an irrelevant question.
If the TOM bridge is stock and not one that is locked in place to the posts with set screws, then yes it can fall off...
The SG Classic is my favorite.
Does not matter what brand.
Technically, the SG Classic is an SG Special.
It's a reissue of a late 60's SG Special...
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