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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    I refuse to accept further pictures of Kevin's ebony block SG since it turns me green with envy

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    I was going to go for a Super Reverb or PRS Dallas as my next purchase... but I think and SG will be mine soon.

    I'm thinking either an SG Original, the new LTD '61 RI with re-engineered side pull trem (my favorite look for an SG), or just a new Standard.

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    I got one because I wanted something different, then I decided to get green to be even more different. Threw in some Bare Knuckle Nailbombs and witch hat knobs to complete the differentiallity.


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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    My '63, less the E string...

    Last edited by Three13; 09-05-13 at 07:54 PM.

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Inlays look to be the same mother of terlit seat. - Todd Louis

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's



    not mine, but an original '65 pelham junior that I got to check out last month

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Lots of love for the SG....

    My 2009 Historic SG special:

    My 2013 SG Tweedy:

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    Quote Originally Posted by LPDEN View Post
    Lots of love for the SG....

    My 2009 Historic SG special:

    My 2013 SG Tweedy:

    Nice the exact same 2 SG's that I've ended up with except my CS special is TV yellow.

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Yup. Love the "OO". No. 8 of 250.




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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Wow. LOVE all the case candy with the Pete Townshend siggy SG above ^^^

    Here's one of my two current SG's -- an '04 Custom Shop (Roadworn) '61 LP Custom.

    Music is the BEST!

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Here are some pics of my friend's '64 Golden Mist Poly SG Special he got from Gilvis many moons ago:








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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Golden Mist, wow! Was that an available color?

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    I've had this '61 Jr. since 1970. Within a few weeks of buying it I did the mods. They may have destroyed the value, but the original P-90 and the T-Top HB are a perfect match. Along with a 100 watt Super Lead, it's all I needed in my glory days. Still going strong!




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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Recluse View Post
    Here are some pics of my friend's '64 Golden Mist Poly SG Special he got from Gilvis many moons ago:
    those short style vibratos look the coolest with the all metal arm ...does anyone repro those yet ? ...if not, they should !

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by PHILBERT View Post
    A heavenly morning shot...





    Like the harp of heaven!
    Awesome! What chrome covers did you use? They have that rounded pat#/T-Top look (which is what I need LOL)

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by garywright View Post
    those short style vibratos look the coolest with the all metal arm ...does anyone repro those yet ? ...if not, they should !
    They're showing up on some recent Gibsons and Epis, so someone is making them.
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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Just an excuse to show another shot of one of my '64 Juniors at an open-air gig last month.



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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by Kris Ford View Post
    Awesome! What chrome covers did you use? They have that rounded pat#/T-Top look (which is what I need LOL)
    Hi, Kris. These are Pat# T-Top covers! The real deal. Got 'em from forum member LouFed52. Not sure of the year they were made, maybe later ones due to the roundness, but they transformed this guitar into my poor man's version of a '65 SG. Looks so much better than those crappy nickel-plated square modern Gibson covers. I might be imagining this, but the sound got a bit warmer too.

    Now I just wish the pick guard were closer to the real deal. It is a Montreux guard from Gord Miller. Looks a bit straight on the bottom cutaway. Can't find a good repro pick guard maker that nails the shape and (most important) white layer thickness. It's a great sounding SG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzwriter View Post
    Wow. LOVE all the case candy with the Pete Townshend siggy SG above ^^^

    Here's one of my two current SG's -- an '04 Custom Shop (Roadworn) '61 LP Custom.

    This is stunning! It's also one hell of an idea. Firebird pickups in a SG custom. I WANT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonebender View Post
    This is stunning! It's also one hell of an idea. Firebird pickups in a SG custom. I WANT!
    Thanks! I'm surprised there aren't more of these around -- the 3 Firebird pickup idea makes perfect sense to me. It gets a nice quacky sound when the switch is in the middle position and both the middle and bridge pickups are engaged together. From what I understand, the Custom Shop built just two of these back in 2004, then sold them off at the Roadworn auction. I don't know if the other one is the same color or not.
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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by frazettafan View Post
    Just an excuse to show another shot of one of my '64 Juniors at an open-air gig last month.



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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by bizzwriter View Post
    Thanks! I'm surprised there aren't more of these around -- the 3 Firebird pickup idea makes perfect sense to me. It gets a nice quacky sound when the switch is in the middle position and both the middle and bridge pickups are engaged together. From what I understand, the Custom Shop built just two of these back in 2004, then sold them off at the Roadworn auction. I don't know if the other one is the same color or not.
    It does make sense. Certainly for a 3 pickup guitar as small as an SG custom. It feels more in proportion. What I would add though is that switch on Kirk's new SIG SG that can blend the middle pickup in by turning the switch knob. Are these the typical ceramic FB pups from Gibson or are they something different?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonebender View Post
    Are these the typical ceramic FB pups from Gibson or are they something different?
    Yeah -- unfortunately. Would love some '63-style in there instead.
    Music is the BEST!

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    .......these are a few of my favorite things........
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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by bizzwriter View Post
    Yeah -- unfortunately. Would love some '63-style in there instead.
    You could probably mag swap or drop in the Duncan versions. I hear his are really nice.
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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by Fried okra View Post
    .......these are a few of my favorite things........
    Wow - nice!
    Look out - A couple of rogue Fenders crashed the party!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonebender View Post
    You could probably mag swap or drop in the Duncan versions. I hear his are really nice.
    I wonder if just a magnet swap would get me closer -- I don't want to pull out the original pickups. That would be great.
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    Fried okra,

    What year SG is that one in the lower right with Grover tuners?

    Color is perfect. Looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fried okra View Post
    .......these are a few of my favorite things........
    Very nice collection.

    You even have token lefty-a EE SG that I can play.

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by frazettafan View Post
    Just an excuse to show another shot of one of my '64 Juniors at an open-air gig last month.



    You look just like Jackson Pablo Rauschenberg! And, typically, hiding behind the power-chord playing bassist...

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by bizzwriter View Post
    I wonder if just a magnet swap would get me closer -- I don't want to pull out the original pickups. That would be great.
    It very well might. If you're a Duncan forum member they'll bend over backwards to answer any and all pickup questions there about any make, model and manufacturer. You learn a ton too just lurking. Don Butler on here might be of some help as well.
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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by bizzwriter View Post
    I wonder if just a magnet swap would get me closer -- I don't want to pull out the original pickups. That would be great.
    And thinking about it too, this is how 3 pup Customs should have always come.
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    Thanks for the tips, Tonebender -- I'll wander over to the Duncan forum...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILBERT View Post
    Fried okra,

    What year SG is that one in the lower right with Grover tuners?

    Color is perfect. Looks great!
    Thanks. 03' Brazillian Rossington.
    Last edited by Fried okra; Today at 00:00. Reason: No reason, just felt like making it look like I edited it.



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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    Quote Originally Posted by Fried okra View Post
    .......these are a few of my favorite things........
    Fred you have got it bad. Right & left handed?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pip View Post
    Fred you have got it bad. Right & left handed?!?
    I know, it's sad.
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    "I just try to keep my fingers between the binding". Tom Wittrock

    He plays with feel (yeah, the sloppyness is a good thing for his style) and he's got tone to die for. He ain't no Petrucci or Vai. They got the technique down but no soul and no tone. - Hoss

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    Re: Show the love...post your SG's

    61RI, original '73 (my first guitar) and a'62RI


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fried okra View Post
    Thanks. 03' Brazillian Rossington.
    I thought it might be a Rossie. Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by trmckn View Post
    61RI, original '73 (my first guitar) and a'62RI

    trmckn,

    Were did you get the pickguard on that 62RI on the left? I need one of those!
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    Hi Phil,

    The pickguard came stock on it...

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