The Ltd. Ed. TV Pelham Blue SG Custom with Maestro has the historic, one-of-a-kind SG profile that's been a rock and roll favorite since 1961. The TV Pelham Blue SG Custom comes with a re-designed Mae... Read More
The Ltd. Ed. TV Pelham Blue SG Custom with Maestro has the historic, one-of-a-kind SG profile that's been a rock and roll favorite since 1961. The TV Pelham Blue SG Custom comes with a re-designed Maestro vibrato that looks and functions exactly like the original but with greater tone and accuracy. This Pelham Blue SG is powered by Epiphone's in-house designed Alnico Classic humbuckers, which are based on superb examples of '50s era pickups from Epiphone's vintage collection. The 1960's SlimTaper profile neck has a rosewood fingerboard with pearloid block inlays and Grover Rotomatic machine heads for reliable tuning accuracy.
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I picked this up on a whim while going to G.C to pick up strings. I saw it on the wall and played it for no more than a min. I had to have it. It has such a lovely finish and it sounded like a beast. For the price you can't beat it. The only other SG I'm familiar with is my 67 sg jr. This one has a much thicker neck. I really like thin necks but this one felt good to me. If you're looking for a reasonably priced guitar that's a looker, look no further.
I picked this up unexpectedly at GC while having my hollow body worked on. I've always had and played Epiphone guitars, but I've never been much of an SG fan. I fell in love with the awesome Pelham blue finish in the store and ended it taking it home. After a quick tune up it was ready to go. The pickups sound clean and it plays great. The tremolo looks and works great on it without wreaking too much havoc on the tuning. I'm not sure you can beat this guitar for the money. 4.5 stars
I was at GC the other day and i saw this in the corner of my eye. Trust me, the blue looks a lot better in person. It sounds really good (like most SG's) now i'm not gonna be "THAT GUY" and go on about how this thing was flawless, it was just a really well setup guitar. And what i thought was actually one of the best features (why i'm giving it 5 stars) is that the trem didn't detune the strings! I'd definitely recommend this.
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