I’ve been very slowly acquiring higher end guitars to fill out my personal collection and still my 2009 SG standard is my favorite.
QC has seemed...
I have the newest generation of Line 6’s POD. It’s based on Helix and it’s quite good. I’ve ended up scaling back on my gear because of that.
I have a 2009 ebony and it’s my #1. Pickups are probably the biggest difference based on year besides individual neck feel.
I can’t decide. For me I’m looking at a P90 loaded SG (my #1 is a standard) and I’m not sure if it’s worth CS or not.
My SG is home. I play other guitars differently but the SG is just me.
I somehow missed some of these responses last year.
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I just snagged one in black as well. It’s a fine guitar and different from my others!
Because my standard has the creme binding every time I see white it looks off to me.
I repeatedly spelled Peavey wrong. Nice.
I’ve got a Peavy Classic 50 that does great clean with a solid crunch channel. USA made and reasonable price.
You sound pretty set but for any...
I suppose it’s the principle that’s bothersome. Gibson considers itself a premium brand but cut down on hard shell equipped guitars.
I have a 2009 Gibson SG standard. It’s all stock and no matter what other guitar I own/play the SG feels like home.
I have the 490r/498t combo in...
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