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PLEASE, Gibson...Make an early '60's verison (beveled and horn tapers), SG Jr.!

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Gibson, PLEASE make an SG Junior, and SG Special (bound fingerboard) BOTH,

with the early '60's beveling/horn tapering, and other correct spec's features!

 

I'm quite sure you'd sell a LOT of them! [thumbup] One to me, for sure!

SG Cherry, and White color options (and/or any other you choose to add to that.) [biggrin]

 

CB

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Gibson, PLEASE make an SG Junior, and SG Special (bound fingerboard) BOTH,

with the early '60's beveling/horn tapering, and other correct spec's features!

 

I'm quite sure you'd sell a LOT of them! [thumbup] One to me, for sure!

SG Cherry, and White color options (and/or any other you choose to add to that.) [biggrin]

 

CB

 

 

Put me down for one for sure...( maybe 2, both white and cherry)..that would be amazing if they did that .....I'm with ya CB!! [thumbup] [thumbup]

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I would love to see a Sg with Bound neck and dot's inlays. Stripped headstock, only Brand Name in pearl style with vintage style trussrod cover. Uncovered Humbuckers BB1-2. ABR1 Bridge - Alu Stop tail- Witch hat knobs. Small pickguard

Nice early 60's bevels

Heritage cherry-ivory-or dark cherry finish

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I've got white covered, I'm jonesing hard for Inverness and Pelham. Gibson needs to put some out, throw ebony boards on 'em and I'll wipe out my savings.

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