Gibson SG Standard '61 with Stop Bar Electric Guitar Vintage Cherry

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Walt Grace Vintage
Miami, FL, United States
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The SG Standard ‘61 returns to the classic design that made it relevant, played and loved -- shaping sound across generations and genres of music. In 1961, the Les Paul model was put on hiatus and an all new design evolved into what is today known as the SG or “solid guitar”. The Gibson SG Standard '61 retains the styling of the original featuring a slim taper mahogany neck and a bound rosewood fingerboard. The mahogany body features deeply sculpted body scarfing, a 5-ply teardrop pickguard and a 22nd-fret neck joint. The nickel plated hardware includes a classic-style Tune-O-Matic bridge and keystone tuners. The pickups are 61R and 61T humbuckers for a classic voice with added power and top end. Controls feature audio taper potentiometers and orange drop capacitors.Weighs in at 6 lbs 10 oz. Please email with any questions. 

Note: Because wood is an organic material, slight variations in the grain occur naturally and add to the uniqueness of each guitar. Because of these natural variations, the grain of the instrument you receive might not perfectly match the one pictured here.

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