Gibson has started putting these T Type pickups in their 335 models,calling them Calibrated T Type pickups.
Love the maple neck on my 77 les paul custom and 2013 SGJ
Here is my 86, which ive had for a few months. Tim Shaw pickups.
Real mother of pearl inlays on these or?
I agree it may have originally been thought to be a recording guitar, as it was released with dot inlays, but it has since adopted trap inlays...
Nice Josh Scogin is cool
I think they should have called the SG Special the SG Studio
Love a white SG
Definitely the same guitar at Chicago Music Exchange limited edition. The T-Type pickups do seem sweet, like a potted T Top.
Ive had this for a few months and love it.
Love the 2013 models of these. Was happy to find one with a beautiful flamed neck.
Trevor Du Braw of Pelican and his. 70s SG Standard (I think he has seymour duncan pickups of some sort in it)
the 490t bridge pickup is lot of fun
I have a 2016 Standard and it is great. One of the best modern SGs I have played. Great neck profile, top one or two of all neck profiles I own....
2019 and 2020 Standard have 490t/490r iirc
Thats a good photo.
Id agree with that as being close enough. My 74 sg special was refretted I believe with something in that ballpark.
Sounds like a plan! I like an A2 in the bridge on an SG.
I think the T Types are advertised at 7.45 but often come in around 7.2. An A5 is quite a bit more aggressive than an A2, so I think the T Types...
I dont think many people have experience with the CME 'T-Type'. They sound good on youtube.
Neck pickup looks a bit crooked on that one, no?
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