1964 Gibson SG Standard

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  1. TheGearDen

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    1964 Gibson SG Standard

    Beautiful example of a clean '64 SG.
    All original including untouched solder joints!
    Guitar is very clean no breaks or repairs of any kind.
    Features Patent No. Sticker PAFs that really bring this guitar to another level.
    Nice medium round '59 profile neck is very comfortable and plays like it should.
    IMO '64 features the best necks for SGs and this one is a fine example of that.
    This thing sounds massive huge woody aggressive attack and is super lightweight at around 7.4 lbs.
    Had grovers at one time and had extra holes but back to all original now.
    Comes with original HSC
    Would be interested in trading for a '62-64 335 possibly.

    Also have a video I can share where I blacklight the entire guitar and it is perfect!
    Call or msg today for more details 905 903-5928

    $12500 net shipped US/CAN
     

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    It's a beauty! My '64, seen in my avatar, is similar. Mine has a modern replacement vibrola, and I installed a full size guard to cover up mods done by the previous owner. If you don't mind, I would be interested to see a shot of your vibrola from the side to see the comb angle.
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean the height of the arm off the body you mean?
     
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    Just curious if the comb is parallel to the body or angled back. I know there are a bunch of factors that affect it. Not a big deal.
     
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    The arm is somewhat angled back when I put it back it touches the body. Any that I've had like this do including my 64 355 it's the same
     

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