The single P-90 pickup at the bridge generates a more edgy but still full-bodied tone that's all its own. The mahogany body and set mahogany neck generate great resonance for increased sustain. Wine r... Click To Read More About This Product
The single P-90 pickup at the bridge generates a more edgy but still full-bodied tone that's all its own. The mahogany body and set mahogany neck generate great resonance for increased sustain. Wine red is the ultimate SG finish. Includes gig bag.
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I see the negative reviews toward this masterpiece and stop to ponder, "Why?" It is a fantastic guitar! It sounds amazing and looks match. Mine is sitting beside me and my fingers are itching to play!! I purchased a 2006 SG Jr. just hours ago and it's been hooked up to several different amps and caused quite a stir at the 4 Amigos Guitar Show in Frankli this morning. I played it and everyone thought it was an SG Standard because it played so well. Guys did a double take when they seen a teenage GIRL playing it. It rocks solid and hard. Job well done, Gibson!
This is my first ever electric guitar, and it sounds great through an epiphone amp. The guitar itself is a beauty, and the cherry finish is and eye catcher. The sound is of that of U2 style, Bruce Springsteen, and Tom Petty, my favorites. For the price, it delivers a Chrystel sound, and will continue to sound great. Rock on!
I have owned sevveral SG Jr.s now and this new edition compares favorably with all my others, even vintage models from the 60's. The P-90 is still the best sounding pickup on Earth, though it can be a bit tempermental. The gloss finish is worlds better than the inferior faded finishes Gibson is putting on it's low end guitars. And, contrary to some people's opinion, this SG is 1000% superior to any Ephiphone on the planet! If you want a Gibson for under $1K, this is the ONLY real choice.
I'm overdue for a new guitar, and my original one was a custom Ibanez which I had modeled after the Gibson SG, so naturaly I'm looking for a Gibson SG...For her price she's not worth it, if you don't care about style you can get the same model guitar in faded coloring...her one pickup doesn't give her much versatility, and for a Gibson that's pretty rough rep. wise... all i can say is what happened Gibson?
I have played this guitar several times, and I'm not that impressed with it for $200 less you can get an Epiphone with an emg 85 and an emg 81 that would play and sound a hell of a lot better than this particular guitar.
This is an awsome guitar! It's so light! Finally ther's an affordable win red SG out there. Now anyone can feel like Angus Young or Pete Townshend. It's a great deal! If can buy it, DO IT!!!
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