Gibson SG Gothic
Gibson SG Gothic

SG Gothic, SG-Shaped Guitar from Gibson in the SG series.

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theaudioandvideoguy 03/22/2012

Gibson SG Gothic : theaudioandvideoguy's user review

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The Gibson SG Series Gothic has been used by myself for some blues, I purchased it used for around 550 usd at a local store. I am actually surprised that I got it for that price because brand new it cost over a 1000 dollars. The Gothic models of the Gibson series has a star inlay on the fre board long with a picture of gibson on the back of the head stock. I remember getting this about a year after they came out so around the year 2001. I ended up passing it on to my younger brother who was just starting out at the time.


This is a great guitar with a very nice feel to it when your using it. I didn’t really like how the frets where especially with the open E buzzing. But besides that I havent had any issues or complaints about this model. I really love how its all gothic black on black. Its just adds a nice look to it and I got a lot of compliments from other musicians when I as using this years ago.


There are 22 frets on it and it just feels like a real natural classic guitar. It produces a fat sound that was used in a lot of music from the 80’s and early 90’s. But I really like it with blues it gives that real clean sound that I have grown to love over the years.


Overall, you cant go wrong with this guitar, it also holds its value. I have seen many of these still be held at a very firm price today over ten years after it was produced. It is also very durable, You can bang it around without worrying about it getting chipped. Just don’t bang it around too much ! But it can take some abuse and not look bad. Its very easy to maintain as well. This guitar is well worth the money, its very stylish , sounds and looks great! Find one and buy it.