Gibson SG Special Faded - Worn Brown
Gibson SG Special Faded - Worn Brown

SG Special Faded - Worn Brown, Guitarra de forma SG from Gibson belonging to the SG Special Faded model.

Price engine
content in English
iamqman 04/09/2011

Gibson SG Special Faded - Worn Brown : la opinión de iamqman (content in English)

"decent for the price"

  • Like
  • Tweet
  • +1
  • Mail
The Gibson SG has been featured on countless records and touring stages and some of the most prolific artists and if uses guitar has to be a AC/DC and Pete Townsend from the two. AC/DC has use this guitar on every album since its beginning and continues to be the main guitar for Angus Young. The SG is a great rock 'n roll guitar that features mahogany body of mahogany neck in a Rosewood fretboard. This is the kind of guitars that a lot of musicians are you look to win wanting a good harder rock sound. The two humbuckers give a nice beefy tone and the overall body shape allows this guitar to really resonate and have a very focused voicing and tone.


Gibson SG Special Faded Guitar Features:

* Manufactured in Nashville, Tennessee
* Mahogany body and neck
* Worn Brown finish
* 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with pearloid dot inlays
* Scale length 24 3/4"; total length: 18.062" SG,
* Width at 12th Fret: 2.062"
* Neck Joint Location: 19th Fret
* 17 degree peghead pitch
* Thickness at 1st fret: .818"
* Thickness at 12th fret: .963"
* Heel Length: .625"
* Nut Width: 1.687"
* Chrome plated hardware
* Stopbar tailpiece and Tune-o-matic bridge
* Black 'Tophat" knobs
* "Green Keys" tuners
* 490R Alnico Humbucker neck pickup
* 490T Alnico Humbucker bridge pickup
* Black padded gig bag with white "Gibson" logo


The tone of this guitar is a very focused Gibson tone. It takes its inspiration from the Gibson Les Paul body shape but it also has an actor cutaway and the top part of the guitar. The body of the guitar is a little fatter as well and the scale length of the fretboard is longer than a Gibson Les Paul. This allows you to get up in the higher frets with a lot more ease and playability. But the tone of the guitar is a little bit thinner that has a nice juicy mahogany tone. The guitar is one of the most classic and icon iconic guitars as ever been dealt primarily because of the body shape with the two cutaways on top bottom of the guitar body. This guitar sounds fantastic with just about any amplifier use but especially with a high gain amplifier. Uses in conjunction with a Marshall amp and you'll get a great classic rock tone all day long.

This is one of the most workable tones for recording session that you can get out of guitar. I love the way these guitar sound and recording session because they're able to give a little bit better frequency range then Gibson Les Paul in my opinion. I am an absolute fan of a Les Paul but when it comes actually recording I always preferred the Gibson SG over the Gibson Les Paul. It just has the right frequency and tone response that I'm looking for when it comes to laying down tracks for recording session.


I recommend this guitar to anyone looking for a great gigging guitar and great recording guitar. This is a guitar that's going to last tonight after night of eating planing clubs in theaters. If I need guitars new for right around $700 which is a great price for a well-built solid guitar. I highly recommend this guitar to anyone who needs a good hard rock guitar that will last them a lifetime.