I'd be willing to bet there are people out the with 5 or more Strats, Tele's etc... I have 3 SGs and wouldn't think twice about a 4th if it tickled that spot in my brain that makes me do financially irresponsible things. Bottom line, whether joking or trolling, nobody should worry about how many of anything anyone has. This guy might be new here but he isn't on the MLP forum and he showed up with a ridiculously clean '62 SG and a heavy Les Paul collection. I appreciate that. I also appreciate your Rics. They just all kinda look the same to me. What's that thing they say about different strokes and different folks or something?
Thanks, Chute, i appreciate that. And let me add if it was somehow ambiguous that I really like my SG. Imo, its clean tone is better than my 345 which has similar era pickups. And while the tele on steroids cliche gets thrown around a bit too much, i actually find it quite fitting here.
The SG is not some one dimensional rock guitar. Not at all. It has a distinctive feel and tone all its own and appears to be quite versatile. Like i said, i wish I had grabbed one years earlier. Sure there is overlap, but you could say the same with an ES or any humbucker equipped Gibson.