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  • #46
    SG's must be either red, black or white (for the 3 pickup version). Dots or trap inlays only. That's the law! Don't f**k with Mother Nature.



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    • #47
      Meh. Not for me
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      • #48
        yes! The other one is the opposite of cool.









        Quote Originally Posted by FlyingV
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        I liked the 1998-version better.





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        • #49
          "Why, Why Why" did they ruin such a beautiful guitar with that ugly "Leg brace, nite brace" looking hunk of useless metal bolted onto it...............



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          • #50
            As if I didnt want an SG already, thank you Gibson, you GAS inducing cunts.

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            • #51






              Quote Originally Posted by Mesa/Kramer
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              "Why, Why Why" did they ruin such a beautiful guitar with that ugly "Leg brace, nite brace" looking hunk of useless metal bolted onto it...............







              Seriously? I love Bigsbys. Nothing else gives you that sweet wobble, but it takes some skill to work that stick while playing.



              Not that I actually have the skills, but I'm working on it.



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              • #52
                Hot, But yeah, $4k is steep
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                • #53
                  The inlays are pretty cool. "Red Fade" isn't bad. The other two colors are too bright for me [correction: Three. I see there's an "Orange Burst", as well]. I appreciate the experimentation, but why do they have to go whacky when they aren't doing the standard cherry, black, white, and burst? There's a happy medium that can be reached.



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                  • #54






                    Quote Originally Posted by Mesa/Kramer
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                    "Why, Why Why" did they ruin such a beautiful guitar with that ugly "Leg brace, nite brace" looking hunk of useless metal bolted onto it...............







                    Real men vibrato with their fretting hand



                    (but in fairness, I have a bigsby-equipped Gretsch)
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                    • #55






                      Quote Originally Posted by bjcarl
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                      Real men vibrato with their fretting hand



                      (but in fairness, I have a bigsby-equipped Gretsch)




                      Rather hard to do that on full chords or especially open strings, don't you think?
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                      • #56
                        The third pickup kills it for me.



                        Makes it look very gaudy IMO.
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                        • #57






                          Quote Originally Posted by FlyingV
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                          Rather hard to do that on full chords or especially open strings, don't you think?




                          full chords, yes. For open strings, I use my telekinetic mind.
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                          • #58
                            Bigsby might be a solution for neck dive


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                            • #59
                              I just can't get into the 3 pickup thing. On any guitar.
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                              • #60
                                lol@$$$4332$$$
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