Discussion in 'Gibson SG' started by Dave_Death, May 10, 2015.
You also seem to be the one holding the bass player.
How'd you see that? We were good friends at that time, but now we've became a lot closer.
Good bass players are hard to find, pretty ones even harder.
Talk about luck: he even found one that's cute!
Got done playing a gig tonight; let's say that I was not left empty handed with pictures
And this was the last gig I will have ever with the above bass player; having girls in bands cause problems...
Just a rehearsal pic with my new band. We're not quite ready for a live gig yet, but soon I hope!
you guys looks like youre having a ton of fun...
Haha very professional lookin
Maybe not "in action" at a gig, but I record videos for Instagram. Don't have a band, so this is the best way for me to spread my music :) follow at DJH_Music
Technically not an SG, but here's my '63 EB3. Poor thing has had a rough life. Three headstock repairs, most recent one about 20 years ago by Gibson along with a full refin.
Double Pickguard? That's odd. Is that factory?
Nope. It had that when I got it. The bridge isn't original either. And for some reason along the way, someone slotted the headstock.
Some psychedelic free jazz on a Gibson Special from Hamburg/Germany:
And if you are more into rough stuff:
A very bad pic of a VERY fun small gig in a local indie bar...
Small and crappy stage, but lots of cheering from the crowd. I love these "whatever, man, let's just rock" kind of gigs
Not the best pic, no. I only see this:
That is me on the right, SG in hand. Our band played at an Autism benefit show this past summer.
Played an Epi for the last four years and finally got this as a gift from my father in law. My 2013 '61 Standard reissue. I couldn't be any more pleased than I am with this guitar.
From a few years back with the '70 Standard and Marshall....
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