FS: 2001 Gibson SG/Les Paul Historic Reissue - SOLD

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  1. TattooedCarrot

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    2001 custom shop Gibson SG / Les Paul Reissue, 6 lbs 14 oz, stock 57 Classic pickups were gone when I bought it, it now has Burstbucker 1 & 2 pickups taken from a reissue Les Paul. Pots and caps upgraded to Bourns 500k and Orange Drops. Stock electronics in the case if you want them. The rest is stock.

    Guitar has lots of natural aging all over, the red finish has faded slightly brown and you can see the brighter red under the pickguard and even under the hardware. Lots of light surface scratches and some small dings, the two most significant pictured on the body just above the knobs and input jack. Its all cosmetic though and adds to the vintage look. No breaks or repair, its straight and solid. A great player. Very little fret wear and the fretboard is a nice dark rosewood.

    Comes with custom shop certificate, case, and case candy.

    SOLD

    Lots of pics in the photobucket link

    http://smg.photobucket.com/user/tattooedcarrot/library/Gear/Current%20Gear/SG%20Historic

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    What's the neck profile on this?


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    Medium thin. Slightly larger and more rounded than the typical 60's slim taper, which IMO feels a little flat on the back. So its like a fuller 60's or moderate 50's, but not big like Historic LP's.
     
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