Gibson SG Special '60s Tribute - Worn Ebony
Gibson SG Special '60s Tribute - Worn Ebony

SG Special '60s Tribute - Worn Ebony, Guitarra de forma SG from Gibson belonging to the SG Special '60s Tribute model.

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iamqman 10/08/2011

Gibson SG Special '60s Tribute - Worn Ebony : la opinión de iamqman (content in English)

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Gibson guitar company is one of the leading manufacturers of heavy duty guitars in the world. They specialize in primarily building mahogany wood guitars. So many of these guitars has found their way onto touring stages and recording sessions around the world. Pete Townsend and Carlos Santana are used two of the artists prove you send the SG Gibson guitar with P90 pickups.



Mahogany body
Nitrocellulose lacquer finish
Mahogany neck
'60s Slim Taper neck profile
Rosewood fingerboard
22 frets
12" radius
Acrylic dot inlays
Corian nut
P-90 neck pickup
P-90 bridge pickup
2 volume, 2 tone controls
Black top hat knobs with chrome inserts
3-way Switchcraft pickup toggle
Vintage Kluson-style tuners with pearloid buttons
Tune-O-Matic bridge
Stopbar tailpiece


This sound is very unique and extremely different from the normal Gibson Les Paul tone. It is a versatile and very playable guitar that allows its use to reach the upper fretboard with ease. This is a guitar that is a tribute back to the original SG I came out almost 50 years ago. I absolutely love the town of a Gibson SG P 90 pick up installed. This is the kind of guitar that I am used on numerous recording sessions personally. I love the black ebony look of this guitar matched rosewood fretboard. The P90 pick ups are at at an outstanding pick up to drive a good clean distorted sound. This guitar is very well balanced and warm . The balance of this guitar is very good as well being at the price point that Gibson is asking for this guitar.

I love the sound of this guitar match with a good Marshall style amplifier. The two just blend and mix perfectly to my ears. I wouldn't trade that tone for anything.


You can find these guitars new online or at your local guitar shop retailer for right around the price of $799. This is a great deal for what you get out of this guitar. The P 90s are great pick ups and I wouldn't change them unless you are upgrading to seymour Duncan P90 pickup. I recommend this guitar to anyone who doesn't want the girth and thickness of a Gibson Les Paul tone but still wants that articulate mahogany wood driven guitar sound. This is a great guitar and a fairy comparable priced guitar for the budgeted consumer.