Vintage Gibson SG Standard

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  1. roknfnrol

    roknfnrol Supporting Member

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    Vintage 1965 SG Standard, I love this thing. The neck is a bit skinny for my tastes but I can deal with it. Heel repair, refret, weird black binding, WCR Crossroads pickups... Anyway, she sounds like this:

     
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    Now she sounds like this:

     
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    Nice tones and playing!
     
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    So, each time you change pickups, you get a new hat? ;)

    That's a sweet guitar. I think I liked the original pickups best!
     
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    That would be the WCR Crossroads pickups. Yes, losing hair means more hats... hats = mojo :)
     
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    I heard that, brother. I’ve got a pretty good collection myself, and for the same reason!
     
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    Sounds great.

    First and third video sounded best. I like the first video when playing on your own but I think the third video's tone might sound better when playing with a band. Has more "cut".
     
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