Gibson SG 60's Tribute Electric Guitar with Gig Bag

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    Product Description

    The Gibson SG 60's Tribute Electric Guitar has all the best features from the 1960s SG’s. Gibson introduced the SG in the early 60s as a replacement for the Les Paul and now those early productions sell for well over $10K. The SG 60’s Tribute gives you all the mojo, tone and feel of those guitar at an incredible price!

    This guitar features a Mahogany body, Mahogany 60’s Slim profile neck and a 24-fret Rosewood fingerboard with trapezoid inlays. BurstBucker 1 and BurstBucker 2 humbuckers pump out huge PAF tones just like the vintage instruments!

    Product Specifications
    Gibson SG 60's Tribute Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Body: Mahogany
    • Neck: Mahogany, 60’s Slim Profile
    • Fingerboard: 24-Fret Rosewood, Trapezoid Inlays
    • Hardware: Chrome Tune-o-Matic, Grover Kidney Tuners
    • Electronics: BB1/ BB2 Chrome covers
    • Plastics: Black, Speed knobs
    • Special Notes: ‘2013 Model’ on back of headstock, ‘60’s Tribute’ Truss Rod Cover
    • Case: Premium Gig Bag
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  800-444-2766 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
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    I've been eyeballing SGs for a couple years. Played more than a few and just couldn't find one that felt good in my hands or had something to offer that my Les Pauls didn't then I found this one. The look is stark and beyond cool and it had BurstBuckers so, without playing one, decided it was worth the gamble and I was right. This is one cool looking and sounding SG. Great growl and feel.
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