2005 Gibson SG tone chambers?

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  1. MesieBooga

    MesieBooga Member

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    Does anyone know if a 2005 Gibson SG has tone chambers? :horse
     
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    Well, you never know, but I'd think the body is too thin for chambers.
     
  3. MikeB_18

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    I can't imagine since it's a solid piece of mahogany.
     
  4. MesieBooga

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    Yea, they already are super light.
     
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    I actually have a 61 RI that weighs as much as my LP. First one this heavy I've ever seen.
     
  6. MesieBooga

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    I like 'em heavy.;)
     
  7. SGNick

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    My SG is heavy. well, heavier than other SG's I've played, and I like it a lot!

    chambered SG's would start feeling like Hofner violin basses I think....
     
  8. gizmo

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    no chambers. Just a slab of mahogany. The LP chambers are covered by the maple top.
     

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