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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by TG, Jul 15, 2020.
1985 MIJ 62ri
My ‘91 Rick 360-12
I built this one with a 3 lb 4 oz body from MJT with Strat-type belly and forearm contours, with a Dakota Red aged relic nitro finish. The neck is a Musikraft 59 LP profile with a rosewood fingerboard. Pickups are WCR Darkburst in the neck and WCR Godwood in the bridge. Armadillo bridge. The stacked tone control is a regular (50's wiring) .022uf on the top knob, and a treble-pass .002 uf (like a Reverend Contour Control) on the bottom ring knob, cuts out the bass and makes it sound more like a single coil with that control cranked. Overall weight 7.1 lb. Very resonant and good sounding.
Here are a couple.
This is as red as they come.
My collector-buddy got one of these '62 SG RI's a few years ago ( used), then got a '68 Super Reverb, wow!
For the last few years, every time I come over for a BBQ/Jam, I always chose this combo, and fell in love with an SG ( I had never played one in 40 years of playing- other Gibson styles, yes, but I'm mainly a Strat/Tele player).
Bottom line, I decided I would get a really good Epi SG ( vintage style) as soon as I could afford one; and that happened last month- a Cherry 2018 '66-style Epi SG 400 Pro.
An SG is a fun guitar, comfy, fast, and great sound.
I really miss this one
RED - a partscaster I built when I was in high school... 15 years ago. One of my favorite guitars.
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Mine are both CAR, one's a Fender and one's a Squier.
At that rate, it won’t be red much longer.
The Ibanez is 38 yrs old. My first real gigging guitar
Vintage sixties lacquer Jaguar in Fiesta Red-
I've never so much as touched one, but I always loved the look of the Ibanez Artist ( right?) line.
Memories of the late '70's-'80s ads for these in Guitar Player mags. Always wanted one...
( plus I'm a Dead fan, Bob Weir playing his back in the day)