Your favorite Gibson SG players ?

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  1. drown

    drown Well-Known Member

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    1. Ian Mackaye (two 1971 Standards in Fugazi)
    2. Asa Osborne (on early Lungfish records before he switched to a Univox Hi-Flyer)
    3. Alexander Dunham and Joseph McRemond (Hoover)
    4. Sarah/Mike Kirsch (Fuel, Fifteen, Navio Forge, Torches to Rome, Bread & Circuits, Pinhead Gunpowder, Jihn Henry West)
    5. Mark Sumner (Joy Division, New Order)
    6. Eddie Janney ( Rites of Spring, Yamaha SG)
     
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    Robbie Krieger
    Every time I hear LA Woman I'm getting goosebumps
     
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    Everything involving the Wagner Hunter duo is solid gold I think.. Incredible team, it's just that the re-imagining of Sweet Jane really sticks out.
     
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    Tony Iommi
    Frank Marino
    Frank Zappa
    Robbie Krieger
    Derek St Holmes
    Glen Tipton
     
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    Jeremy Enigk (Sunny Day Real Estate)
    Ian Mackaye (Fugazi)
    Thom Yorke (Radiohead)
     

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    Can't forget these guys:

    The Edge
    Mike McCready
    Eddie Vedder

    And Stone Gossard from back in the Green River days
     
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    1. Angus Young
    2. Tony Iommi
     
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    The correct Italian pronunciation is "ee-oh-mee" or closer to "Yomee", but he may have Anglocized it to "I -o-mee"
     
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    Tony Iommi
     
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    Mick Taylor (early Stones)
    Terry Kath
    George Harrison
     
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    Angus Young, Tony Iommi and Frank Zappa.

    I could say Pete Townsend as well, I have a love/hate relationship with the Who, but my favourite stuff is from the Live at Leeds era when Pete played SGs.
     
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    Mark Arm ( Green River, Mudhoney)
     
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    Zappa and Young
     
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    Definitely second Ian McKaye.

    And Krieger, Trucks and Clapton
     
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    drown Well-Known Member

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    ****, turns out John Reis ( Pitchfork, Rocket from the Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, Hot Snakes...yeah that John Reis) has been known to use an SG, although I thought he was a strictly Stereo output LP type of guy. See this thread where he details his guitar gear. Good read no matter what. BTW he's into the P90s it sounds like.

    http://www.swamirecords.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=410
     
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    B.O.C! I loved that band growing up. The great sun jester (Michael Moorcock) inspired.
     
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    Vaden Lewis of the Toadies

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    Here is a drawing of my favorite SG player that I drew 36 years ago image.jpg
     
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    What's better than one SG? Two actually.
     

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