Discussion in 'Gibson SG' started by zone47, Feb 25, 2014.
Wintermute is one nice looking guitar.
Thank you sir....she's blushing
Tony's right again!
Sg action shots you say?
Your "Wintermute" is a fine looking stage guitar. Looks like she takes to the lights well!
Man, that is awesome looking. But seeing your sig, i'm intrigued. Do you have a family photo?
I like that burst!
Thanks for posting, eSG
OK Zone47, My Classic is small plate covered like your right one. I took a chance to see what mine looks like under the hood. Unlike yours, mine has a Circuit board setup instead of hand wired type.
Uhhh ohhh! Chipboard huh?
Well, that is a 06 Classic. I had a 07 Classic that was hardwired too. I'm not sure when they went to the chip board to tell the truth. What year is yours?
love the Butterfly
This thread smells like some other guitar forum, a rather obnoxious one *cough, MLP, cough*
Aren't we all guitarists, no matter what we play? If you limit yourself to just one type of guitar, you're going to miss out on a lot of cool tones. Get your head out of your ass guys!
BTW, concerning Townshend: he rarely uses his Gretsch live, because it goes out of tune too easily. He once smashed it (I believe because their performance was cut short, probably a TV show), but had a tech repair it. This aside, I like both his live and studio tone, I think it has way more to do with his style of playing than with his equipment. He manages to get a nice crunch out of both his Gretsch and Fender amps and also his Gibsons and Hiwatt amps.
Easy for a guy with that cool Wilshire to say!
I have to admit I'm very lucky to get a hold on one of these awesome axes, especially in Belgium, and right at the moment Epiphone released the even more limited Tremotone version. Amy (that's her name ) isn't the easygoing guitar like an SG or a LP, but if you put in some real effort, you get it back with double the power!
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