1970 (Early) Gibson SG Regular with Lyre tremelo in unique platinum covered hardshell case in Mississauga, Ontario for sale

1970 (Early) Gibson SG Regular with Lyre tremelo in
1970 (Early) Gibson SG Regular with Lyre tremelo in
1970 (Early) Gibson SG Regular with Lyre tremelo in

A terrific opportunity to own a valuing collectable SG.
This guitar is in excellent condition for its age, with just minor surface monitoring and a little fastening breakout (worming) on the back. Absolutely nothing has experienced the finish though and also there are no significant nicks or chips on the brink. Neck is solid as well as frets program only small wear, well bedded in. No splits or repairs whatsoever! Stunning aging and a great cherry finish. Untouched electrical, initial Pat # Gibson humbuckers, soldering untouched. Among the pots reveals a 1969 date code, so this is an extremely early 1970 Kalamazoo manufacturing guitar, first year to have actually the "Made in USA" print on the back headstock.
In the interest of full disclosure, this SG does have repro Kluson receivers as well as tremelo arm. Originals can be easily sourced on ebay.com to change these. Guitar is valued appropriately. Images are from the Chicago establishment website where I got the SG in 2007, I likewise consisted of a more recent photo. It has never left my home and also I had it expertly set-up by a well repsected guitar tech in Port Credit rating. It will certainly need new strings.
The initial unusual gold velour lined hardshell instance is also in great disorder, with just some fading of the Gibson logo and also tarnishing of the metalwork, common wear for it's age. Every one of the clasps job as well as the joints and also handle are solid. The instance alone is worth in the higher hundreds of $$$$.
Appears fantastic via a Marshall 100W stack! (view my various other advertisement if your want that also).

Seller:  David Fidler

Category:  Music instruments  |  Address:  Mississauga Ontario

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