First Gibson

Davey Rock

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First Gibson. 2004 sg standard. Added a varitone switch, custom engraved truss rod cover for my late grandmother and her father we call pawpaw, a custom engraved es style custom made plate with the guitars name. Plan on replacing the crown inlay with a one of a kind custom Pearl. Only one ever made from the company before removing and discounting them. Emailed the guy after I realized it was gone and he gave them both to me for free. 100$ value. Adding a middle humbucker and the bridge needs replacing as it is horribly collapsed. Want to put a nylon saddle Nashville. Anyways here it is. Lil Mrs Dixie.
 

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I love Nashville bridges, but make sure your strings don't touch the back of it. Get an ABR-1 if you need it, but dang ol perfect lookin git!
 

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I love Nashville bridges, but make sure your strings don't touch the back of it. Get an ABR-1 if you need it, but dang ol perfect lookin git!
Yessir yessir. It kind of has that problem now. I love the old school 70s harmonica bridges without bridge slant, but truthfully as long as the studs are placed correctly, saddle adjustable ISNT needed extensively. I love a beat up old guitar, but like you said, the strings touching kind of rubs me wrong. I feel like it could eventually lead to a problem. My Jackson rhoads does it baddd.
 

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