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Gibson 50th Anniversary SG Standard 24 - Antique Ebony
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News Gibson 50th Anniversary SG Standard 24 - Antique Ebony

SG-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the SG series

Public price: $2,129 incl. VAT

To celebrate 50 years since the introduction of this design, Gibson USA unveils the SG Standard 24, a guitar designed to ‘’capture the classic ingredients of Gibson's double-cutaway solidbody model, with a few twists to make it more versatile for today's performer.’’


Like the SGs of the past 50 years, the SG Standard 24 starts with a solid mahogany body and glued-in quarter-sawn mahogany neck.
To update the format for the 21st century, Gibson USA gives the SG Standard 24 the 24-fret neck that its name implies, with the
uppermost of its medium-jumbo frets accessible thanks to the SG’s double-cutaway design.

 

Product Features

  • Solid Mahogany body with Antique Ebony finish
  • Gold 50th Anniversary logo silkscreen on headstock
  • SG rounded neck profile
  • Two Gibson '57 Classic pickups
  • Vintage-style tuners with pearloid tulip buttons and 14:1 gear ratio

 

Pricing & Finish

Antique Ebony
$2,129msrp

 
Visit Gibson for more details.
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