2 Tarbacks in my '74 SG Standard.
Gorgeous collection :yesway:
Concerning the Les Pauls, are they all R9's?
German quality indeed, these won't collapse, very sturdy.
What strings do you use, light gauge?
I use Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom Slinky (.010, .013, .017, .030, .042, .052) and have no problems on...
Indeed, Norlins are vintage and many sound great. They probably had a bad reputation because of the Les Pauls that weighed way too much compared...
1974 SG Standard with Gibson Bigsby
1976 SG Standard (rare black model for 1976, possibly custom order)
2006 Custom Shop SG...
My '76 SG came with a chainsaw case. Original?
According to member PermissionToLand the 1976 black SG certainly was a custom order, as ebony (the finish) was not offered at any point in the...
1974 SG Standard with Gibson Bigsby 7 Lb 15 Oz
1976 SG Standard 7 Lb 5 Oz
2006 Custom Shop Les Paul SG VOS with Vibrola 7 Lb 9 Oz
Most SGs have a 11/16" nut width.
For small hands/fingers you need a Gibson SG with a 9/16" nut width.
The first ones were produced in late 1965...
John Cipollina, my n°1 SG player...
... and also Mick Taylor, Jerry Garcia, Robbie Krieger..
Yes indeed, 8 digits 001492xx .
00 for 1976
149 for Standard
2xx production #
Yes it has an 8 digits serial# and the black colour is absolutely factory, not a repaint over a cherry SG.
Definitely no black binding, the ebony...
My 1976 is a rare black one (for this year) and has an unbound ebony fretboard, original Grover milkbottle tuners, Bill Lawrence Tarbacks "Super...
I have a 1976 SG with unbound ebony fretboard.
My two Norlins. A 1974 SG (Cherry, now faded and more walnut) with factory Bigsby and a 1976 SG (original black colour which is rare for that...
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