Gibson '67 SG Custom Reissue
Gibson '67 SG Custom Reissue

'67 SG Custom Reissue, SG モデル from Gibson in the Custom Shop SG series.

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iamqman 11/08/2011

Gibson '67 SG Custom Reissue : iamqman のユーザーレビュー (content in English)

"Good one to have"

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The Gibson SG almost looks like devil horns if you have ever seen this guitar a red painted version. It has two forms for the body which is very similar to a Gibson Les Paul guitar which it actually is a progression of that guitar but also a little bit mixed in between that any Fender Stratocaster guitar. The body of the guitars little thinner than the Gibson Les Paul sick it's a nice warm tone but a little bit thinner tone and more focused tone. The sound of the instrument is very Gibson and not unmistakable from its other product.


Solid mahogony body

Gold hardware

ABR-1 bridge, lightweight aluminum stopbar or Maestro tailpiece

Neck & Headstock
1-piece mahogany neck w/long neck tenon

22 fret ebony fingerboard

Pearl block inlays

Single-ply white binding

1960 slim taper neck profile

24 3/4" scale length, 1 11/16" nut width

Holly headstock veneer

Vintage tulip tuners

Electronics & Strings
'57 classic humbucking pickups

2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way selector switch

Vintage Reissue .010 strings

Includes Custom Shop case, and certificate of authenticity.

Dimensions and Weight
Shipping Weight: 22 lbs


These guitar sound great and most rocket hard rock and metal situations. The sound okay in clean settings they really excel with a lot of distortion and a lot of volume. They have two home book or pick ups installed and the guitar and they just have a very focused tone that is great for overdriven guitar amplifier settings. If you've ever heard any AC/DC music before that you've heard this guitar. Angus Young of AC/DC is use this guitar pretty much exclusive throughout their musical career.


These guitars can range from anywhere between $1200 Dollars all way up to $3000 or so. The great instruments and have a great feel and tone overall. One thing I really like about these guitars is that you can reach the higher frets a lot easier you can with the Gibson Les Paul guitar. The cutaway in the center body allows you to solo and reached the higher frets much easier.