Greetings. I have 4 Gibsons. Today I've been asked "what pickups do you have on your 1973 SG 175102 Made in USA? They are 2 black with black frame and a screw in each corner. I've yet to see them elsewhere. Can someone tell me the name? 1973 USA Gibson SG Mahogany with Dark Cherry Finish (my phone shows a pink wall as orange, so it doesn't show the red.)#175102. Really nice. Original case. Not much use at all. Bridge was beginning to pit from palm acid sweat so I cleaned it up and painted it black. Screws could be replaced as well as bridge, but these items are insignificant cost-wise and I chose to leave the rest of it all original. I am the second owner and the first owner replaced the tuning pegs with Schaller Roto Matics. I have a good idea what it's worth and I can take a long time to sell it. Original case included. Having the "MADE IN USA" stamp shows it was not a 60"s The same numbers were used in the 60's, but no USA stamp. The serial # shows it was made between 1970-1975 according to Gibson. The only way to date it down to the exact year, is to read the stamp on the potentiometers (volume and tone "pots"): 137 73 36 "Guitardaterproject.org" date guitar by the potentiometer codes "This potentiometer was made by CTS Corporation (Chicago Telephone Supply) in the 36th week of 1973 This means that (given this is an original part) this is the earliest possible date your guitar (speaker) was made."