2010 Gibson SG Standard.

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A few more guitars from my buddies collection that I’m selling. I can’t entertain trade offers.

1976 Gibson SG Custom.

Honduran mahogany body & neck, ebony fretboard & MOP fretboard inlays. No cracks, no repairs.

All original except it has just been refretted with Jescar EVO 47104 fretwire so it plays beautifully with great action and minimal effort, harness changed to CTS 500k pots, repro stopbar (old) and truss rod cover, possible older overspray on the top.

Average play wear for a guitar of this age which I think looks awesome and definitely adds to the vibe. Lacquer checking throughout. The neck feels fantastic.

It's all around a great looking, sounding and playing SG.

Comes with the original Gibson case (case has had a couple of repairs and is 100% functional).

$2150 plus shipping/fees. A check or money order is fine to save on fees. Tons of references available.

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2010 Gibson SG Standard.

Very good+ condition. Some light play wear, a couple small finish dings on the headstock (more pics coming soon). Frets are in excellent condition.

490/498T pickups. This one has a nice rounded neck, definitely fatter than any of the more recent Standard’s I’ve owned/played. Plays awesome!

Original Gibson hardcase included.

$800 plus shipping/fees.

Thanks for looking!

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Your friend has good taste in guitars, and you are a reasonable man, price wise. I love that old Custom. Love the Harmonica bridge, and that lovely old mahogany. What a nice old player!
 

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Refrets are inevitable with older players like this one. It doesn't hurt their value, I don't think. Like neck resets on Martins, it's just acceptable maintenance.
 

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I do not frown on them....I am a drummer that thinks he can play guitar.....I need those low-wide 70's frets so that I do not pull it out of tune.

not a dig at your guitar at all.....
 

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I do not frown on them....I am a drummer that thinks he can play guitar.....I need those low-wide 70's frets so that I do not pull it out of tune.

not a dig at your guitar at all.....
All good man, I didn’t take it as a dig. Just saying that I know some people shy away from re-frets.
 


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