Here we have a rare 1974 model Gibson SG in natural wood, a well known Gibson SG model that has stood the test of time. This model with the Nashville bridge was produced during 1970s. It sports the usual SG shape made out of mahogany, with a set neck and rosewood fretboard. The fret-markers are block and made out of real mother of pearl making this an attractive guitar. It plays superb. The guitar is a great player as well as a looker and lives in its hard case.
Here a great vintage guitar from the Gibson stable, a 1968 Gibson SG, body and neck made from mahogany, the guitars ports the usual double-cutaway shape with bevelled edges. Great playing guitar, great resonance and sustain. Dark rosewood fingerboard with mother of pearl dot markers. The guitar is kitted out with a short arm knife tremolo system. Guitar is finished in gloss cherry red nitrocellulose, faded over time oozing a vintage feel.
Pickups are quite powerful P90s, and give off a great tone when played over my Hughes & Kettner. Tone and volume controls have the classic configuration of an independent volume and tone control for each pickup and a standard three-way toggle switch. Adjustable bridge and aftermarket Grover tuners. The neck is simply bound with cream aged binding, control knobs are black top hat style with silver volume and tone inserts, an ’60s five-ply large black plastic pickguard, and traditional “bell” truss rod cover.
Here a great guitar from the Gibson stable, the Gibson Les Paul 61 reissue basically the then new SG shape. This guitar remained in production ever since byt lost the LesPaul affiliation and name in 1963 upon Les Pauls insistence. Thebody and neck are made from mahogany, the guitar has the usual double-cutaway style with bevelled edges. Great playing axe with a lighter weight than the Les Paul, still great resonance and sustain. Dark rosewood fingerboard with a cool look and feel, two PAF-style ’57 Classic humbucking pickups, and historically recreated and period accurate plastics.
Guitar is finished in Heritage Cherry finish nitrocellulose, giving this guitar a great vintage feel, despite it being a re-issue .
Pickups are period accurate PAF-styled humbuckers ’57 Classics, both neck and bridge positions. Alnico II magnets, wound with enamel-coated wire. Additionally , the coils have been wax potted to reduce micro phonic feedback and resulting squeal. Controls are the classic configuration of an independent volume and tone control for each pickup and a three-way toggle switch.Tune-o-matic bridge and vintage-style tuners with pearloid buttons, and a period correct Sideways Vibrato system (Vibrola). Cream binding, black top hat with silver volume and tone inserts, an early ’60s style five-ply black plastic pickguard, and traditional “bell” truss rod cover stamped with “Les Paul”