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arcticsg last won the day on October 23 2019

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  1. You have a “2019 SG Standard 61” Gibson didn’t make a 2019 SG ‘61 Reissue. You got some good advice from rct. Good luck with the intonation. 😎
  2. I’ll take the 2013 SG Original all day, every day over the SG Standard 61. Also, besides chrome hardware, and the addition of the Vibrola, they are identical to the ‘61 Reissues from 2003-2012, including, pups, large headstock and correct crown placement.
  3. Thanks! 😎 And yours as well I might add. Those P-90’s rock!
  4. A popular mod. Congrats, looks good! 😎
  5. That’s about the only way to get batteries or parts for them any more. I have 5 Gibby’s that are GForce equipped. Whenever I see a used (or removed) GForce assembly or battery on the ‘Bay for a reasonable price, I pick it up. 😉
  6. Congrats, Happy NGD to ya! 😎 ...and NICE flame on that neck/fretboard! 😉
  7. I’ve always gone with the Standard models. Same deal with the SGs. Except for the 2019 and newer Modern SG Standards. Not my cup of tea.
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    What a beauty! Happy NGD to you! 🙂
  9. Curious, did you ever get resolution to your Battery / Charger issue?
  10. 1965 reissue? Are you’re referring to the ‘64 Standard reissue w/Vibrola? Other than looks, this is a completely different SG. Main difference for price is that it’s a Custom shop build. That in itself has always commands the higher price tag. As for differences in the instrument, there are many. All the woods are hand picked and of higher quality. Different shaped neck and vintage frets. Also the pups are unique to this build and wiring is different. There’s a few other things I’m sure I missed. And oh, the crown on the headstock is in the correct location.
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