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Discussion in 'Vintage SG' started by newbie3, Aug 20, 2014.
Isn't that how they're supposed to be done?
Did you finish that 61 SG , Frank?
Looked like a really cool project, gold sg standard..
I'm not personally doing it, but yes, it's in the works!
I'll be sure to report back, once it's done.
A belated thank you for all your advice.
I have passed on all the stuff I have learnt to my friend
and he will try and sell it, probably at auction
Tuners are original. Trap button is not!, All pickups are not original (the must have been PAF's in 1961-62), bridge should have nylon saddles.
The neck repair and fixed tailpiece will drop the price.
If it plays good and sounds good, you should pay about 2500$ max.
That's a Standard, this posted SG is a Custom..
Pickups must be PAF's (up to end '63 the gold plated PAF's were used on Customs, the PAT NO's are seen in a nickel plated version on '62 standards)
Pots are not original.
Strap button is not original, so is the truss rod cover.
Tuners are definitely original. Grovers were used on customs, Klusons on the standards.
Grovers are the only tuners that Gibson used on their custom models from 57.
I own a SG custom from 62!
I'd play it!