Another video from a fun performance.
Break Up Song - Cover version - YouTube
Rock with a cordeen. I'm on the Ric 12.
Okay so I didn't use my SG for this one but I still had fun on the solo
Rebel Yell - Cover version - YouTube
Staying on the Gretsch theme, here is a 62 Tennessean that I recently bought.
I sold off all my old gear several years ago. The oldest guitar I currently own is a 1981 Hamer.
Mine is a pre-flood 2010. Only mod was swapping the "Classic" truss rod cover for a plain one. Huge improvement in tone. ;)
That'll buff right out.
Would this be considered overkill???
There are aftermarket cases that go for less.
When I bought my Classic from a large Canadian chain, one of the other locations had a leftover...
Plain truss rod cover(incredible tone enhancer) and factory hardshell case. The dealer had a couple leftover cases for roughly half price.
SG Classics are $1029 Cdn at Long and McQuade.
I have a 2010 "pre-flood" Classic. American made with neck binding, P90s and no PCB.
The seller is either an idiot or he is trying to...
They are still being produced. Mine was made Feb, 2010.
It all depends...do you want to be heard past the second row?
I may be totally wrong but the SG Classic is not a catalog item but is done as a special "limited" run for some of the major retailers....
Not sure I even want to know where it came from but it sure doesn't look like it came from Gibson. I'm sure others will show up with a long list...
Thanks for answering my question. I was wondering if the Classic used generic pickup routing as a cost cutting measure. Fender has been doing it...
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