2018 Gibson SG Elegant Red Tiger SGs aren't typically known for being "fancy." Sure the early 60s ones with the Vibrolas can look quite nice - and you get the occasional rare color but we're talking "Les Paul" levels of show-off here - such as FLAME TOPS, Exotic Bindings and Abalone Inlays! Meet the Gibson … Continue reading
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bkio7YxT65g&lc=UgxoPlPHYtAJ-Ld-6154AaABAg For Sale Page Here we are for a re-take on the Gary Clark Signature SG. Last time, I shared the story of why the Gloss Yellow GCJ SGs inflated in price quickly after discontinuation and this time I get to share the story of a potentially new Signature Gibson Gary Clark Flying V! This … Continue reading Gary Clark Signature SG + New Flying V on the Way?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVy28B8lEB8 For Sale Here Today we take an in-depth look at the new for 2019 Gibson SG Standard '61 Maestro Vibrola - Vintage Cherry. Overall, I liked this guitar, but it struggled to stay in tune with the factory set-up. However, we all already knew that would be the case as history has taught us … Continue reading 2019 Gibson Original Collection ’61 SG Standard Maestro Vibrola
https://youtu.be/HcgOHIm4zMg The SG-XXX series of guitars consisted of 5 models. The SG-100, SG-100 P90, SG-200, Sam Ash SG-200 and the SG-250. These instruments were made from 1971-1972 as direct replacements to the Melody Maker guitars of the 60s and were then quickly replaced by the SG-1 / 2 models. Unique features to these instruments are … Continue reading 1971 Gibson SG-250 Cherry Sunburst