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Holy Grail! That is awesome! That must sound like honey butter. Man-o-man!

And that amp! It look minty. A sweet duo and an heirloom to treasure. Nice going grandpa!
 

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Chris, that is an awesome guitar. i know more than a few guitarists that would love to have one of those. Very cool.
 

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Killer rigs, guys... Congrats!

I´m looking for a cool LP style guitar... (P90s welcome too). Shoot me a line if you have something to offer! :)
 

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jccabinets said:
An old Gibson,,SG? Not sure on the year, anyone?
I'd guess it at early to mid 70's but can't do better than that.
 

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Strumdrum said:
An old Gibson,,SG? Not sure on the year, anyone?
I'd guess it at early to mid 70's but can't do better than that.
Okay, thank you. I have had it for 30 years. Bought it from my now guitar player in 1984 for 200.00
 

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You can narrow the time by checking the date codes on the pots assuming they haven't been changed. Here's a start on how to date a pot: http://home.provide.net/~cfh/pots.html . I'll take a shot at the model and year, it appears the pickups are single coil p-90s but can't be sure with my old eyes. If I had to make a guess, I'd say it's an SG Pro from around '72. I welcome any correction to that hunch.
 

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Here is my custom Fender Esquire - started out as a 80s Japanese Telecaster - upgraded with a Guitar Works Esquire prewired pickup, an eBay scratch plate and a Callaham custom bridge
 

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Here's a few of mine:

1961 Gretch Clipper



1973 Gibson SG Special



1975 Gretsch Chet Adkins Country Gentleman



 

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Nice guitar! What are the chances of seeing two folks posting early 70's SGs with mini humbuckers? Nice Gretschs!
 

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My first and my favorite of my "accidental" guitar collection....."Nadine"......1957 Harmony h52 archtop electric. Original down to the Gibson P13 pickup. Striping by yours truly.... 20150727_223645.jpg
 

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Strumdrum said:
Yamaha SA2000 on the left. It was good for my praise band gig for 2 years. Ace
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That Yamaha is a terrific guitar that was under appreciated for a long time. Try finding one for sale now. You have the bases covered with that array. You're knee deep in tradition with the sunburst strat and a gold top LP. Nice!
Recently added this Tele. Had a MIM Tele, and just love the fat frets on this American Pro. It has the selection button for the bridge pick-ups. I just need to learn to play. Ace
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