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2018 Gibson SG Standard Ebony Left Handed


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SG Standard 2018
Legendary SG

The new SG Standard guitar captures the essence of the groundbreaking SG of 1961 with the sonic characteristics that made this model a legend. New and modern improvements include locking tuners and white fingerboard binding on a solid rosewood fingerboard. The powerful, expressive tone is driven by a pair of humbuckers that are faithful recreations of the popular late-era PAF pickups.

Mahogany body


Mahogany neck
Slim Taper neck profile
1.695” nut width
Rosewood fingerboard
24.75” scale length
22 medium cryogenically treated frets
Tektoid nut
Acrylic trapezoid inlays
White binding
Rolled over frets binding style


Aluminum Tune-O-Matic bridge
Aluminum Stop Bar tailpiece
Black top hat knobs
Locking kidney tuners
Chrome plating


61R 61T Pickups
2 volume, 2 tones, 1 toggle switch
Ebony finish
Hardshell case
Left handed

From me:

This has been a well cared for well loved guitar. I always keep it in the case when its not being played. Still has that nice vanilla Gibson aroma. Stays in tune really well.
I had the pcb electronics professionally replaced with hand-wired CTS 500k pots and some generic capacitors at Deadeye Guitars in Missoula, MT. Took the mud right out of the pickups; they sound amazing. I will include the original electronics in the sale. The quick connectors were snipped pretty low so you’d probably have to replace those if you wanted to convert back to original electronics.
Comes with OHSC, original electronics, owners manual, warranty card, birth certificate, baby picture, Gibson multi-tool, Gibson leather strap, Gibson microfiber cloth. Ships in original Gibson box with matching serial # on label.
Unique blemishes:
Small lacquer chip on the corner of the headstock (pictured)
Indentation in the body where you rest your strumming arm (pictured) and smaller indentation next to the pickguard below the neck pickup(pictured), both look like minor factory blemishes because the finish is unaffected; like creases in the wood before the finish was applied.
I shaved off a very thin layer of the fretboard between the 7th and 8th frets (pictured).

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