Discussion in 'Gibson SG' started by Daniel.S, Jul 5, 2018.
Boss, I just made a mess. Sorry THOSE ARE SICK NICE SG's Bro. THAT 61 looks MINT
THAT is one KILLER GOOD job ya did on that Owl. BEEEEAUTEE FULL
Very nice, Papagayo
Beautuful Bordeaux finish.
The latest family picture, from left to right:
1979 "The SG" with T-Tops
1978 SG Custom with Tarbacks
1974 SG Standard with replaced Burstbuckers 1&2
1978 SG Custom with factory bigsby and Tarbacks
2003 SG Standard with 490R and 498T
As a person with mild OCD and a severe lust for guitars, this picture excites me in multiple ways.
Fantastic line up. I have to take a group shot one of these days. We have a couple SGs in common.
posted Aug 15, 2019 at 8:07 PM[/GALLERY]Here's my new 2005 standard with fitted Maestro unit.
62595711_2434306053286238_1139029368463425536_n by rockerbilly58 posted Aug 15, 2019 at 8:07 PM
Nice job with that installation.
What's the deal with the bridge pickup turned around?
Still enjoying my 2006 Standard
Might as well share the two SGs that found their way to me this year. The Jr. is a 2011 with the roasted maple board. It's a garage punk beast of a guitar. The 2018 Standard was offered to me in a trade for a Deluxe Reverb. It was essentially new with the case and goodies. Figured I'd try it and sell it if I didn't like it because I never was a humbucker guy. Boy, was I wrong. The 61 pickups honk and twang if needed or punch you in the face. SO versatile. I put some reflectors on it, plain truss rod cover, and Les Paul tenon cover (for fun and to confuse people) and now it's a keeper.
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