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gibson sg special 2019 faded pelham blue , Henry era and after


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In see a online dealer has the Sg Special pelham blue with p90, in 2 prize range.

about 600 dollar between them. Both say 2019, but i suspect one is the old era and one from the new. 
Anybody know if there any diffrence in specs. I think Troglys review showed it wit pcb board. Think that was the old 2019. 

Anybody know something around the differences in these model 

 

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38 minutes ago, sellen said:

In see a online dealer has the Sg Special pelham blue with p90, in 2 prize range.

about 600 dollar between them. Both say 2019, but i suspect one is the old era and one from the new. 
Anybody know if there any diffrence in specs. I think Troglys review showed it wit pcb board. Think that was the old 2019. 

Anybody know something around the differences in these model 

 

I have a 2019, it is hand wired with a Orange Drop capacitors. It’s also burgundy. It’s a badass guitar. The guitar was made June 25th of this year.

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3 hours ago, sellen said:

In see a online dealer has the Sg Special pelham blue with p90, in 2 prize range.

about 600 dollar between them. Both say 2019, but i suspect one is the old era and one from the new. 
Anybody know if there any diffrence in specs. I think Troglys review showed it wit pcb board. Think that was the old 2019. 

Anybody know something around the differences in these model 

 

Mine has "2019 Model" on the back of the headstock but it was manufactured in October 2018. It has the PCB board. 

 

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