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

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  • yann musicyann music

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 03/02/04 at 15:42
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    Sg special usa ki has a 15aine of years, two humbuckers 490, nice finish ....

    USE

    Happiness !!!! slight guitar, access to acute is n E can easier handle ultra agréabe it changes from my les paul studio .... g seems to play ten times better with this guitar so the handle is nice !!!!! ke say ...

    SONORITS

    The sound is also by appointment .... c es rythmikes clear sound ten times better now for me ki plays rock .... in short c the guitar ideal for rock guitarist rythmike ... but beware cett eguitare does not ring like a les paul she sounds much less fat with less breadth c ca ki also makes this guitar for fantastike rythmikes ... on the other hand for this ki's solos and his greasy…
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    Sg special usa ki has a 15aine of years, two humbuckers 490, nice finish ....

    USE

    Happiness !!!! slight guitar, access to acute is n E can easier handle ultra agréabe it changes from my les paul studio .... g seems to play ten times better with this guitar so the handle is nice !!!!! ke say ...

    SONORITS

    The sound is also by appointment .... c es rythmikes clear sound ten times better now for me ki plays rock .... in short c the guitar ideal for rock guitarist rythmike ... but beware cett eguitare does not ring like a les paul she sounds much less fat with less breadth c ca ki also makes this guitar for fantastike rythmikes ... on the other hand for this ki's solos and his greasy c not ideal c ke .... I take my Les Paul ... kon want to see this by purchasing this guitar ... but I still repeated once this guitar has no ekivalent in this price area in ki concerns rythmikes if not the telecasters ki possess a thinner

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    A super skyscrapers and even if we were laid have greatly increased in recent times this guitar really vo instantly and is CHEAP ke bcp standard sg and I it suits me perfectly ...
    one can just regret kelle not be more versatile and kelle is not the ideal guitar for solos and for the big, bold sound
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  • HallydHallyd

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 08/21/07 at 22:32
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    USE

    Well, I'm not too objective on the handle, it is not too bad but it is far behind compared an Ibanez RG series or S but hey it's matter of taste I prf re Ibanez comfort whether rhythmic or solo.Mais I think also that it must also be a matter of habit, perhaps if I play mostly with my opinion will change, but for now I remains on my mind !!!

    SONORITS

    This guitar is very versatile it can slip a little on all zic styles when staying in the same rock band, hard, but I know I'll get on my fingers, I have an Ibanez SC 620 AMP rises DiMarzio Fred and Paf pro and there is no picture my little Ibanez argus 490 + 140 micro leaves behind SG that my score even when 81…
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    USE

    Well, I'm not too objective on the handle, it is not too bad but it is far behind compared an Ibanez RG series or S but hey it's matter of taste I prf re Ibanez comfort whether rhythmic or solo.Mais I think also that it must also be a matter of habit, perhaps if I play mostly with my opinion will change, but for now I remains on my mind !!!

    SONORITS

    This guitar is very versatile it can slip a little on all zic styles when staying in the same rock band, hard, but I know I'll get on my fingers, I have an Ibanez SC 620 AMP rises DiMarzio Fred and Paf pro and there is no picture my little Ibanez argus 490 + 140 micro leaves behind SG that my score even when 815 occas.d'ailleur , I intend remdier to the problem in the future by changing the microphone and I'm sure my very expensive Ibanez remain on his feet !!!!

    The 08/22/07
    Well after having trifouill the rglages of my amp and effects but I have to bin it sounds very well recognize the moin for rhythm but in terms of solo I'm not convinced and remains on I would put my Ibanez.Donc 8/10

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I do not do it again the same choice, but would stay even when Gibson Les Paul but rather !!!
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  • XxX-Metalhead-XxXXxX-Metalhead-XxX

    The guitar, the true

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 04/18/12 at 09:57
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    Made Made in USA of course ;)
    Tune-O-Matic
    22 frets
    2 switch with 3 positions humbunker pots and volume / tone controls for treble position and pace

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is extra, it does not stick even after several hours of play
    It tends to pitch down like all SG but this is not a inconveniant. Access to his level and acute divine, SG what his sounds!

    SOUNDS

    I play mainly with hard metal or punk and it is perfect for. I couple with a thunder amp ENGL E320 and I love the sound typed "Slayer"

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months and I would do without hesitation that choice, it is very versatile (which surprised me agréblement) and I had already t…
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    Made Made in USA of course ;)
    Tune-O-Matic
    22 frets
    2 switch with 3 positions humbunker pots and volume / tone controls for treble position and pace

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is extra, it does not stick even after several hours of play
    It tends to pitch down like all SG but this is not a inconveniant. Access to his level and acute divine, SG what his sounds!

    SOUNDS

    I play mainly with hard metal or punk and it is perfect for. I couple with a thunder amp ENGL E320 and I love the sound typed "Slayer"

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months and I would do without hesitation that choice, it is very versatile (which surprised me agréblement) and I had already tried before a Vigier (I can not remember which model) but hey there, no comparison is possible.
    Quality / price phew!
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  • goldmulogoldmulo

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 11/21/04 at 07:54
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    I have a 1992 model, with ebony fingerboard. For the rest I think the features have not changed: it's simple and effective.
    Aesthetics, it is far from the refined finish of a standard, but it acquires a certain charm with the patina of time. And then it did for rock, not fashion!

    UTILIZATION

    This guitar is a joy to play. Lightweight (although heavier than a standard hair), ergonomic and balanced, there's really nothing to complain about except its relative fragility (it's a gibson, beatings do not forgive) and the questionable quality of its mechanical become a little less accurate after changing strings. Fortunately, once granted, it is, and very well. Special mention to the q…
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    I have a 1992 model, with ebony fingerboard. For the rest I think the features have not changed: it's simple and effective.
    Aesthetics, it is far from the refined finish of a standard, but it acquires a certain charm with the patina of time. And then it did for rock, not fashion!

    UTILIZATION

    This guitar is a joy to play. Lightweight (although heavier than a standard hair), ergonomic and balanced, there's really nothing to complain about except its relative fragility (it's a gibson, beatings do not forgive) and the questionable quality of its mechanical become a little less accurate after changing strings. Fortunately, once granted, it is, and very well. Special mention to the quality of the wood and the violin: my setting has not changed for at least 10 years!
    As for the handle, I find it absolutely fantastic. Very large, very flat, with its ebony fingerboard that provides a touch nervous and precise, it is largely thanks to him that I consider this guitar to be by far the best I've ever played on all ranges price combined.

    SOUNDS

    The SG has a very special type, and do not take it for a cheap standard, because it is an instrument that has a personality of its own. Compared to other Gibson, it sounds much drier, sharper, with a grain a bit "dirty" so hot, but appropriate for both blues solos psyche as rhythmic punk. Of course, it is wise to also possess a stratum for flights hendrixiennes or sound ultra-clean to Pink Floyd, but, overall, is a guitar who can be versatile with a strong character, which is quite rare to be stressed.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It hurts because I love this guitar, but I have to be mean on the overall score, because Mr. Gibson and importer do not care about us and it starts to do well. Since I bought this guitar, its price almost doubled, which is already a scandal in itself, but it has increasingly lost its divine ebony fingerboard (which was a large part of its charm and personality) and height of meanness when we know the fragility of this type of instrument, its hard case. In the end, I think it's now better to turn to the second hand market, and then maybe buy a Voodoo and change the pickups, but it puts us almost at the cost of a standard. But I think it will still have to organize a one day boycott to bring the great Gibson at a reasonable price ;-)
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  • tom64tom64

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 02/08/05 at 07:15
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    Ca any good already has been explained above so no need to repeat but hey c is really a beautiful guitar !!!!!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is super-nice especially for the rise in the high .... there is nothing easier!
    - Lergonomie is more than good, good for the reason already cit above, but more weight!! compared to a les paul which weighs 3 tons ..... The c is a real pen, you can play standing for hours without breaking your back!
    -For sound, c is easy to adjust, even if c is true that with just 2 or 3 knob ca enough, but hey .... c qd is not even rocket science!

    SOUNDS

    She is perfect as a myStyle music I play everything! c is a very versatile guitar and can take no …
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    Ca any good already has been explained above so no need to repeat but hey c is really a beautiful guitar !!!!!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is super-nice especially for the rise in the high .... there is nothing easier!
    - Lergonomie is more than good, good for the reason already cit above, but more weight!! compared to a les paul which weighs 3 tons ..... The c is a real pen, you can play standing for hours without breaking your back!
    -For sound, c is easy to adjust, even if c is true that with just 2 or 3 knob ca enough, but hey .... c qd is not even rocket science!

    SOUNDS

    She is perfect as a myStyle music I play everything! c is a very versatile guitar and can take no matter what sound!! it is really good as its clean and its saturated sound very prpopres with which one can attack ....
    I utlise the amp with a fender hot rod deluxe ... and no comment! c is really the foot! with just a distortion pedal bin and more, here you can play everything and very well, until the very aggressive hard rock!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - It's been two years since I used the!
    -I prefer the particularity c is its versatility has it all! and what I like least ben ehh .... there is nothing .... honestly!
    Before the acquire-j have tried many other guitars and nothing is comprable! fender ... no, the other gibson too expensive, and even the sg standart which is more expensive and ben ... I see no difference or very little! The special did not need to be jealous! c is a real guitar that does not copy anything on others!
    Price-quality: c is the cheapest gibson but ca not mean that it is poor quality! it is better now that ca be a good and even that an epiphone gibson les paul studio!! and c gibson is that you have in your hands! and the forward direction is sound, the product, a finish everything!! and the price .... Well it never fall! then it will stay tjs a good guitar!
    C-if bin had to be rebuilt the same choice I do it again without hesitation!
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  • lolomicro42lolomicro42

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 03/24/07 at 14:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everyone I know harping!
    United States, two double blah, blah, blah

    UTILIZATION

    A super good well rounded handle is a bit off, as all the access to acute sg easy, such a heavy guitar but is well in hand, the sound that is easy because of the simplicity

    SOUNDS

    A very versatile guitar blues to hard through the trash, a brief scratching rock!, I play a marshall jtm 30 with a Korg A5 and digitech pedals RP21D of rhythmic via the classical or solo tuning Open a treat!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 17 years she was very white in the beginning, but over time it is yellow, it will have more beautiful (it is part of the family), a super skyscraper you can play everything …
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    Everyone I know harping!
    United States, two double blah, blah, blah

    UTILIZATION

    A super good well rounded handle is a bit off, as all the access to acute sg easy, such a heavy guitar but is well in hand, the sound that is easy because of the simplicity

    SOUNDS

    A very versatile guitar blues to hard through the trash, a brief scratching rock!, I play a marshall jtm 30 with a Korg A5 and digitech pedals RP21D of rhythmic via the classical or solo tuning Open a treat!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 17 years she was very white in the beginning, but over time it is yellow, it will have more beautiful (it is part of the family), a super skyscraper you can play everything with, but what does it heavy! I just bought a les paul melody maker and I saw my good as sg is heavy, but the sound is! I would but still 10 because it is a super skyscraper, yes I would do the same choice
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  • pixnrollpixnroll

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 03/12/09 at 05:39
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    Dja all is said above, I focus not so ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, but MRIT a little getting used to especially when you just type Ibanez shred guitars. After 10 days, I find it perfect in every way ... Access in acute ais es rev up the dernire freight. The ergonomics are well thought out, none of the four knobs or the micro slecteur ESG does the right hand, as I had on my Ibanez critical. The shape exchange stratode guitar, but still classic. A ct of my RG is a pen, so I can jump even more in all directions.
    For sound, no worries, the output level microphones on my amp is superior to two of my EMG Ibanez, which has some nescessit modififications at the qualisat…
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    Dja all is said above, I focus not so ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, but MRIT a little getting used to especially when you just type Ibanez shred guitars. After 10 days, I find it perfect in every way ... Access in acute ais es rev up the dernire freight. The ergonomics are well thought out, none of the four knobs or the micro slecteur ESG does the right hand, as I had on my Ibanez critical. The shape exchange stratode guitar, but still classic. A ct of my RG is a pen, so I can jump even more in all directions.
    For sound, no worries, the output level microphones on my amp is superior to two of my EMG Ibanez, which has some nescessit modififications at the qualisation. For as long as its clear saturation, no problem, Gibson knows his stuff.

    SOUNDS

    It is perfect for my style of music, and others too, is a versatile guitar trs. I love all the sounds from this guitar gnrs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    After 10 days of use, I'm more a fan ... I like the simplicity of the setup of this guitar, no frills. I Bavay on this instrument for a while ... dja For the price quality ratio is unbeatable, 900 euros is a mouth of bread for an instrument of the invoice (and the instrument of a life for me) is Cheap pay ... I tried MODEL ESP Viper before this one, but if you can get the original for less than the copy so ... I think I will keep all home if possible, and if I change something, I think it will be microphones and one who can mcaniques cheap, for oil bath wraps from home or Gotho Sperzel and the same microphones that I but with the chrome cover (but it's just for the look).
    I do it again this choice without any hsitation.
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  • Pucelle_DabidjanPucelle_Dabidjan

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 09/16/09 at 22:26
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    I will not tell you everything that makes up this guitar, my predecessors have already done. I do precise that my objective opinion.

    Mahogany is normal, the painting is a bit repulsive, but the wooden key is just awful. When I help my grandmother to get the wood, use wood crates key Gibson Special ... it with a touch of irony, unfortunately the sad reality.

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    If I may compare with a Tokai SG75, the Tokai nose in front with the finest wood, varnish a little clearer to give a more positive overall. Also note the presence of a binding and benchmarks trapèzodododizaux (shit I can not write this in word & have). The Gibson wins but thanks to its micro, more lively and flexible than the…
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    I will not tell you everything that makes up this guitar, my predecessors have already done. I do precise that my objective opinion.

    Mahogany is normal, the painting is a bit repulsive, but the wooden key is just awful. When I help my grandmother to get the wood, use wood crates key Gibson Special ... it with a touch of irony, unfortunately the sad reality.

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    If I may compare with a Tokai SG75, the Tokai nose in front with the finest wood, varnish a little clearer to give a more positive overall. Also note the presence of a binding and benchmarks trapèzodododizaux (shit I can not write this in word & have). The Gibson wins but thanks to its micro, more lively and flexible than the MK2.

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    (5) a mid-range normal scratches that do nothing but shines really does not fit manquos.

    UTILIZATION

    The handling of the instrument is obvious, access is easy, and acute voluptuous side of the handle turns leading for long stretches. Add that the setting of the guitar was tested optimal. Which is rare on an original gibson.

    The design of the mix of Contol allows good flexibility for the use and the weight is interesting for long jams.

    The model tested buzzit when mounted bridge pickup volume to over 7, the seller told us that the mail was a small welding defect, but it would be repaired before final purchase by a customer.

    (9) You want to criticize what? It's almost perfect. Miss a few small "push-pull phase" and other splits, but it would Chipotte.

    SOUNDS

    When empty, the sounds of that instrument is bad. The tumbling his pasty with a side not really nice and powerless. With this first impression that I plug in and ...
    ... I am reassured. Overall the sound is very correct. Although the definition in the bass and midrange could be better and we have a side a bit teeming / imprecise instrument in the lower midrange, the sound is more in the top of the basket with acute controllable heat this well (without being transcendent of course, but it is not in the right price book either) a dynamic average very respectable (not to be confused with special).

    it could breathe, but the difference with a squier Ibanez and other shows of his store there, a clear superiority of the Gibby.

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    Again, the Tokai SG75 in front with overall sound clearer, more tidy and with more punch, but the latter is a matter of personal taste

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    I enjoyed the versatility that can be drawn sound of the instrument according to the tone control and the microphone that you choose. This is a very good instrument for its flexibility.

    (6) Better than good, unless super (Didier Super please choose)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I conducted a thorough testing of this guitar during the day yesterday. I used it on two combos "The valve" as well as a Blackstar Artisan 30.

    1000 euros for this guitar is a questionable price. The price is comparable to that of competing Japanese and if we add 300 euros more, you are entitled to a customized sg and uncompromising with his maker. In the end, it's a personal choice.

    (4) as well tell you, I do not know if I really recommend this choice.
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  • tjon901tjon901

    Essentially an SG studio

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 07/17/11 at 20:54
    The Gibson SG Special is the SG model placed right above the faded SG. It is pretty much the faded SG with a gloss finish. The Special keeps up the tradition of guitar makers giving lower end models names like Special of Deluxe when there is nothing really special or Deluxe about them. This guitar is your basic modern SG. It has the large pickguard that covers more of the body. Gibson switched to this in the late 60s because it allowed them to more cheaply route the wiring for the guitars. Earlier SG's or higher end SG's have the smaller pickguard. The guitar is made from solid mahogany with a mahogany set neck. The neck is 22 frets with a rosewood fretboard. The neck is not bound. It has t…
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    The Gibson SG Special is the SG model placed right above the faded SG. It is pretty much the faded SG with a gloss finish. The Special keeps up the tradition of guitar makers giving lower end models names like Special of Deluxe when there is nothing really special or Deluxe about them. This guitar is your basic modern SG. It has the large pickguard that covers more of the body. Gibson switched to this in the late 60s because it allowed them to more cheaply route the wiring for the guitars. Earlier SG's or higher end SG's have the smaller pickguard. The guitar is made from solid mahogany with a mahogany set neck. The neck is 22 frets with a rosewood fretboard. The neck is not bound. It has two volume knobs and one tone knob and a 3 way pickup selector. It has 496R and 500T ceramic magnet pickups in the neck and bridge respectively. These pickups are Gibsons own design. It has a traditional Les Paul style tune-o-matic bridge and stop tailpiece. Pretty much the main difference between this guitar and the faded is just the finish.

    UTILIZATION

    The quality on low end Gibsons is very hit or miss. You really need to try out the guitar first if you are looking for a lower end Gibson like this. The quality on some of these guitars can be worse than medium to high end Epiphone. I have noticed many of these guitars have poor fretwork and really need a good setup and fret level right from the factory. The SG was designed in such a way to give better fret access than the earlier Les Paul. The neck is not mounted as deep into the body as is with the Les Paul. This design gives it a few problems. The neck joint on SG models is very weak compared to Les Pauls or even bolt on guitars. This weak neck joint makes some SG's prone to going out of tune. Because of the gloss finish on this higher end model than the faded some people may prefer the feel of the faded because it has a smooth satin feel all over. The laquer finish on this guitar may get sticky at times.

    SOUNDS

    With the uncovered ceramic pickups in this model you get a really powerful tone out of this guitar. The SG tone is closer to that of an Flying V than a Les Paul. Because the body is thinner than that of a Les Paul you get a sharper tone from the guitar. The pickups in this guitar are the lower end Gibson pickups. Some people like them but most do not. I am not a big fan of these pickups. If you are looking for classic Gibson tone you can get a set of Classic 57s and have the classic Gibson tone. If you are looking for a more aggressive tone you can throw in a set of Seymour Duncans and really rock the house. If this still is not heavy enough you can get a set of EMG's and set the joint on fire.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This guitar is a kind of inbetween model for me. If you are looking for an SG and only have this much to spend you are better off saving your money and getting the Faded version. With the Faded you get a smoother feel and a more vintage look. The Gloss finish on this is nice but it can get sticky. The gloss finish is all you are paying for if you buy this over the faded version. I would strongly recommend saving up and getting the 61 reissue or a Standard over this guitar. If you are just looking for a solid SG workhorse you cant really go wrong with this or the faded. They are cheap enough that you dont mind tossing the stock pickups and throwing in pickups of your choice to get the sound you really want.
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    In between the Standard and Faded

    Gibson SG SpecialPublished on 05/03/11 at 11:45
    The Gibson SG Special is a slightly stripped down SG Standard, and its stripped down features is reflected in its price. It features a uniquely shaped mahogany body, mahogany set neck, an unbound rosewood fretboard with 22 frets, dot inlays, hard tail bridge, two uncovered humbuckers, a pickguard, two volume knobs, two tone knobs and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    While the changes aren't too great from the Standard, Gibson did a pretty decent job at slimming this down cosmetically without actually taking anything away from the guitar. It still features everything you know, love and hate about an SG. The shape of the body is great, the neck feels nice, and the fretboard radius …
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    The Gibson SG Special is a slightly stripped down SG Standard, and its stripped down features is reflected in its price. It features a uniquely shaped mahogany body, mahogany set neck, an unbound rosewood fretboard with 22 frets, dot inlays, hard tail bridge, two uncovered humbuckers, a pickguard, two volume knobs, two tone knobs and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    While the changes aren't too great from the Standard, Gibson did a pretty decent job at slimming this down cosmetically without actually taking anything away from the guitar. It still features everything you know, love and hate about an SG. The shape of the body is great, the neck feels nice, and the fretboard radius allows for some nice, low action. It also still has the same old neck diving issue that the regular Standard series has.

    SOUNDS

    SGs sound very punchy, and this is no exception. In fact, it's actually enhanced a bit since the pickups are uncovered. This gives it an even brighter and more aggressive sound than normal. They have the thickness that you'd expect from something like the Explorer, but they also have that aggression and punchy sound that the Flying V delivers. This is mainly due to its smaller, light body. I'm not a huge fan of the stock humbuckers in this, so I tend to replace them with something else. Once replaced, however, this thing totally comes to life, and it's extremely versatile thanks to the control layout.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The SG Special is a great guitar if you're looking for a slightly cheaper SG Standard. It's really an SG Standard but with a few cosmetic changes. When buying one, be sure to pay particular attention to the fretwork and nut on the guitar as those are the two biggest issues Gibson guitars seem to have.
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