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Thread: 64 SG Question

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    64 SG Question

    Did Gibson make SG's with a stop bar as standard equipment in '64?

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    Re: 64 SG Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Dishimyuh View Post
    Did Gibson make SG's with a stop bar as standard equipment in '64?
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    Re: 64 SG Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Wittrock View Post
    Like Juniors and Specials? Yes
    I realize now that I should have been more specific. My question applies to Standards, I never even think about Juniors or Specials.

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    Re: 64 SG Question

    SG Standards did not have stop tailpieces until the 70s. '64s came with the Maestro Vibrola.

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    Re: 64 SG Question

    Or a Bigsby. But no stop tails.
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    Re: 64 SG Question

    Quote Originally Posted by latestarter View Post
    Or a Bigsby. But no stop tails.
    This.

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    Re: 64 SG Question

    No stops, Bigsbys and Maestros only. There were some conversions from Maestro to stop. That being said, anything is possible. (such as a custom order) but I have never seen it.
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