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Gibson SG Special '60s Tribute
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Gibson SG Special '60s Tribute

SG-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the SG series.

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jay22 jay22

«  SG Super Guitar! »

Published on 03/17/13 at 08:41
made in usa
impressive micro p-90
it has everything except a large varnished so she will wear faster .. it gives him a quick little vintage look very nice in my opinion.

UTILIZATION

Properly adjusted the handle is a highway! It is very precise and access to treble is super easy, I love it.
The lack of patent fact that the hand slides over the handle without gliomas so dificult and it makes the guitar more lightweight.

SOUNDS

Plugged into my Vox AC-15 as in my Twin reverb it sounds god of fire! micro are vintage and very versatile for the price it's amazing.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over a year and it always surprises me. I have many guitars and I used to play with high-end guitars (Gibson, Fender, Gretsch). I bought this SG for p-90, for its looks and its attractive price. Since I do not move the settings, such as my Gibson 335 went three times to the maker ..
the price / quality ratio is unbeatable. For me its only flaw is the lack of varnished as it is more exposed to shocks but it makes the guitar lighter and faster.
I try SG Faded and is well above really nothing to do finish level, sound and playing comfort
Anyway, I really recommend this guitar
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