Discussion in 'Gibson SG' started by Squarewave, May 17, 2013.
Got this in the mail last night from the good folks at wildwood
Beautiful! I remember the first time I played a Historic at GC, my first thought was "Wow, this is the only guitar I'll ever need." Now that I have one, I'd never let her go.
That's a great guitar you have there but as far as being the only guitar you'll ever need, I've said that myself many times and many guitars ago.
Cheers thanks mate. Digging it big time so far, was thinking about putting in rs works pots etc in but, after playing it through the Marshall 18 watter and a D*A*M red rooster...I was, like all OMG how can it sound better than this?
Beautiful SG and nice amp!
Congrats on the geetar! Now how much did it cost you...c'mon...details. We're all waiting anxiously because we have no place to go.
A gentleman never tells. Lets just say it cost hellava lot less buying from the USA rather than here downunna. No wonder our retailers are suffering big time.
Hows the 33-lps sounding these days? SG and amp look great.
Great, just purchased a stack on Friday
Wow! Was unaware of this model. Now I have to go look it up.
Congrats on your new SG. It looks impeccable.
Wonderful guitar and amp. Is the SG a 2013 model?
Absolutely beatuiful guitar, dude!
Lovely guitar and that Bluesbreaker is absolutely amazing, it’s on my wish list. Happy NGD!
+1 cool guitar AND amp!
Oh, trust me, this thing will never leave my hands. And I didn't say I'd never WANT another guitar.
Looks like a match made in heaven! That is one beautiful guitar
Hi Moose, I think its November 2012.
It's a Marshall 1974x - 18 watter. I do have a bluesbreaker but its just too damn loud. I even get asked to turn the 1974x down!!! Teamed up with a DAM treble booster is a match made in tonal nirvana.
There is a 62 historic on our local CL and the dude wants 3 grand. I think he is out of his mind for a used one but maybe im wrong. Would a used one bring that much? I mean are they really that much diffrent than a regular Gibson reissue?
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