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David LO PAT

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1 Posted on 06/15/2015 at 11:46:25
And the Guitar Was Born!
The telephone rings. Pegg's back suddenly stiffens, she adjusts her glasses before picking up the phone. She can tell by the timbre of the voice that asks for Ted McCarty that it's bad news for her boss.

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felixis

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2 Posted on 06/19/2015 at 10:14:14
Are you sure SG doesn't stand for Solid Guitar? That's the first time I've ever heard of Second Generation...

inrainbows

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3 Posted on 06/19/2015 at 10:21:10
According to Gibson, SG stands for "Solid Guitar". Got that from the top result of a simple google search. Where'd Second Generation come from??
Mike Levine

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4 Posted on 06/21/2015 at 19:46:17
Good question. Let's see what the author has to say about that.
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