Life without an SG

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  1. 5piece

    5piece New Member

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    Hi All,

    I used to have a nice 2013 faded 5 piece walnut SG, that I sold. The cool thing is I know the guy who bought it and he lives a few blocks away. He had no idea it was mine when he contacted me about my CL ad. It had a wider than normal neck at the nut and he's a big guy and he really liked the neck. It really sounded good, maybe better than a 70's SG I briefly had (it wouldn't stay in tune) with tar backs. I'm older and went back to playing bass a few years ago. Although I'm in the process of selling off most of my guitars, I miss owning an SG, so I joined.

    Thx! 5piece
     
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  2. DrBGood

    DrBGood Well-Known Member

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    Mabye try to get your hands on an older Epiphone G400 ? The late 90's to 2005 Korean ones had nice no veneer bodies.
     
  3. chilipeppermaniac

    chilipeppermaniac Well-Known Member

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    Welcome, 5piece. You will get there if you want one again.
     
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    arcticsg Well-Known Member

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    Welcome aboard. :smile:

    Now go find you a SG! ;)
     
  5. papagayo

    papagayo Well-Known Member

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    The Gibson SG Faded is a gret instrument, i bought mine used 400us$, a pure Gibson .
     

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