I have 2x ‘64’s and both have 3 factory strap buttons. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one with only 2.
Such a cool circuit—ability to mix the pickup vol individually.
Congrats!! Goldguard JM is definitely a holy grail.
4-hole Hylight Hiwatt
BF/SF deluxe reverb
Savage Macht 12x
I would’ve gone with the Hi-Tone as well...sorry.
To console you—the Reeves are not bad whatsoever. Until Hi-Tone got started, Reeves was...
2 awesome guitars in this thread!! Dyna—that’s definitely a family heirloom, never sell.
Progress update on the wall to solve our national emergency in a bipartisan fashion:
It just was a great price that was really too good to pass up. I will probably end up selling/trading one at some point toward something bigger....
somebody stop me. :fp:
yep, another 1964 SG Standard obtained. i really shouldn't have done this and i may have to put up my...
Another forumite asked the same question, here’s my answer:
I didn’t spend too much time with it evaluating particulars—was mainly just a/b’ing...
Wow—someone loved that thing! Congrats!
Yeah, it was ES-175D with both PAF’s.
Righthanded—in the 12k to 15k range. Less than that if there are issues.
Lefthanded—I have no idea.
Don’t tell me that. It was hard enough to let her go...let alone strangers putting their greasy mitts all over her. ;0)
Great playing and cool story!
Yes—that’s what I a/b’d it against. Very nice as well!
They also have my JM and 175 listed now.
An aside—I tried out a set of flat round strings on it and I may have found my new favorite string set. Kind of perfect marriage of round and flat...
I’ll gig with it nightly at Bob’s Basement. Standing room only, doors open at 5pm.
I admit the 175 was hard to let go—but since I got my Johnny Smith, it really didn’t get much attention. Wasn’t fair to the 175.
I have a blackguard that will likely go on it soon as well.