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SG Standard with Maestro VOS Electric Guitar

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This Gibson Custom SG was a futuristic design when it was introduced in 1961, and it still has a modern look. Historically correct features include an ultra-thin, 2-horned body, the SG series addresse... Read More

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This Gibson Custom SG was a futuristic design when it was introduced in 1961, and it still has a modern look. Historically correct features include an ultra-thin, 2-horned body, the SG series addressed 2 of what Ted McCarty saw as the major issues of the now-retired Les Paul body style: weight and limited access to the upper treble register. The new body shape of the SG Standard was dramatically lighter than the old Les Paul and offered access to the entire fretboard. This amazing re-creation includes pickups and long neck tenon modeled precisely on the original. The VOS aging treatment makes it look exactly like a vintage original instrument that's been treated with loving care for its whole life with a slightly aged finish and hardware.

Vintage Original Spec series instruments receive a special nitro-cellulose finish treatment yielding the patina of a gently-aged vintage guitar while handcrafting enhances comfort and playability. Each VOS model has a solid mahogany back; historically accurate long-neck tenon for strength and sustain; and period-correct neck profile, hardware, and electronics.

A Little SG History

In 1961, the Les Paul was redesigned with a thinner body and two sharp cutaway horns that making the upper frets more accessible while lowering production costs. The new guitar was popular, but Les Paul the guitarist did not like it and asked to have his name removed. Gibson renamed the model the "SG" which was short for "solid guitar". Though Les Paul's name was officially removed from the model in 1961, the plastic Les Paul nameplates (positioned between the rhythm pickup and fingerboard) were in abundance in the Gibson factory and SG models having these nameplates were built and sold by Gibson up to end of 1963. SGs have been the choice of world-class artists such as Pete Townsend, Eric Clapton, Tony Iommi, and Angus Young.

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  • Solid mahogany body
  • Historically-correct features
  • Slightly aged nickel hardware
  • Slightly aged finish
  • ABR-1 bridge and Maestro tailpiece
  • Set one-piece mahogany neck with long tenon
  • 22-fret rosewood fretboard
  • Acrylic trapezoid inlays
  • Single-ply cream binding
  • 1960 slim-taper neck profile
  • Burstbucker 1 & 2 pickups
  • Holly veneer headstock
  • Vintage tulip tuners
  • 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way selector
  • Includes Custom Shop case and certificate of authenticity
  • 24-3/4" scale length
  • 1-11/16" nut width
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from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Gibson SG Standard with Maestro VOS Electric Guitar:

What can you say about that girlfriend you can't stop looking at, but can't stand to hear talk? This guitar is put together beautifully, and finished with loving care. The burst bucker pickups are very over-rated, however. I always feel really bad about altering a Custom Shop guitar (though I do it all the time) and I guess I'll feel bad again when I put '57 Classics in this pretty lady. Until she starts talking again, that is...

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