OK all of you Les Paul SG People Bringum on !:0)

Discussion in 'Vintage SG' started by HolyGrail, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. NoMore

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    This 1960 is leaving our hands tomorrow. It's being shipped to it's new 'guardian' in California and pre-dates some 1960 'bursts. It has an inked on serial number 0 8875, an original brown case, killer playing sounding guitar with unsoldered PAFs. Notice the shape of the plastic cover between the end of the neck and the neck pickup cover. A very cool guitar indeed.

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    you SOB

    a Lp junior AND a SG junior

    my hero!

    :thumb::dude::thumb:
     
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    what kind of tremolo is that?

    tihs guitar is madnuts!

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    i totally dig the gold all over it, looks so classy and awesome

    :thumb:

    im thinking of doing pretty much the same thing(as far as where you have gold)


    to my epiphone les paul junior,


    any suggestions?

    its a tobacco burst color

    i know its not much

    but i wanna put a p94 in it

    anybody hear anything good about those?

    i tried one on my frineds guitar and i really dig the sound



    damn you guys make a brotha feel so inadequate with all of your heavenly sexy guitars

    :shock:

    cant wait to call some of those my own someday

    i read somewhere in this thread that les pauls are better than sg's and nobody argued it

    is that true?

    or is it no noticed the comment>?

    i love all gibsons and epiphones
     
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    That is a side pull vibrato.
     
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    1962 SG Les Paul Custom.........
     
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    Top Row: 63 Jr, 86 "61 RI", 65 Special, Custom Shop Iommi Sig
    Bottom Row: Epi Iommi Sig, scratch bulit SRV#1, 52 Tele RI, 63 Strat RI
     
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    love the fool
     
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    My new squeeze.

    1993 SG standard. New cream WD pickguard. Duncan pickups. ABR-1 bridge. New fret dressing

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    Very delicious neck pickup sound, bright but round, silky and articulate.

    Bridge pickup sound: meh. What worked for Les Pauls doesn't work for me in here. All these commando pickups need a Paul to drive them, gotta try something new here.
     

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