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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by Tele5015, Apr 11, 2017.
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2017 Standard T Ebony. Very happy with it..
Will be receiving a 1999 Gibson SG Standard limited in a day or so. Similar to this.
My nephew's G400 I just refinished, along with my '05 Standard.
My new project, Just picked this up on a recent CL add
Here’s my trans Ebony Stain Classic.
1999 Gibson SG Standard Limited Edition in Faded Walnut
SGs? On a Tele forum?!!!
I'd show mine but it ain't pretty.
My 1963 SG Junior in cherry.
When I bought it, it had a Badass bridge, witch-hat knobs and pearl-buttoned paf grovers. It now has a Mojoaxe tailpiece (an amazing product), original reflector knobs and original brass kluson tuners. P90s are amazing pickups, and the old ones are particularly great. Love this guitar.
A couple more
My 1988 Showcase Edition. One of 200 built. Has active EMG pickups. I wasn't sure I was gonna like 'em when I first got this guitar, but I quickly changed my mind after playing it for a while. They sound really nice. The blue metallic with black chrome is somewhat unusual, but I've gotten to where I like it now.
61 style neck joint, Classic 57 buckers with push/pull pots for splitting the pickups. Lots of cool tones and very enjoyable to play.
Beautiful guitar. When I think "SG" I think of your guitar.
My 2005 Gibson Angus Young signature SG. Stock standard.
I sold the SGJ pictured in the post from April above--nice-looking guitar, but could never really bond with the neck. I then paid the same amount for this oddity, the "I can't believe it plays like butter" late-1986 SG Special, with a chainsaw case. All beat up and sounds killer. Has footprints for previous keystone tuners, but I like the Grovers someone put on it. I switched out the top hats it had for chickenheads. Has an ebony fretboard. The theme reminds me of some of the Contemporary Strats and Teles also from that time--I guess this is from the beginning of the post-Norlin era for Gibson?
My new one!
2017 61' SG.