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A Les Paul variation that would have almost sunk in oblivion during the 80s and 90s were it not for AC/DC’s Angus Young, is the SG which also went by the name of Les Paul in its first few years. Unlike both the Les Paul and Stratocaster, it is pretty light weight with less bass than a Les Paul but, nevertheless very dynamic and groovy which makes it a perfect guitar for blues and rock. Despite its Les Paul circuit it has an interesting and perfectly unique sound that originates from its mahogany body. Younger bands in particular have sported the SG for quite a few years now.

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    This Epiphone G-400 is truly one of the best values in the guitar industry. Every serious guitar player wants an SG, and here’s a real one that sounds as good as it looks. Epiphone’s G-400 has been one of the best-selling set-neck guitars in the world for years and perhaps the most famous version of the guitar that for seven years in the 1960’s, actually replaced the Les Paul body shape! The G-400 from Epiphone is truly the SG that you think of when you think "SG".

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    Exact copy of the original in shape and sound, alder body, 2 humbuckers, 3-way toggle switch, 2x vol & 2x tone controls, bolt-on maple neck with rosewood fretboard. A great SG guitar for money !


    Exact copy of the original in shape and sound for less than 100 euros, double cutaway electric guitar - 2 humbuckers, 3-way toggle switch, 1x volume & 1x tone control, bolt-on neck with rosewood fretboard.


    Right from the introduction of the SG family in 1961, the Special has shared several of the seminal design and construction traits of the Standard—including its lightweight solid-mahogany body, iconic asymmetrical double-cutaway design, superfast neck profile, and dual-pickup sonic assault—although the contemporary Gibson USA SG Special has also been hot-rodded for today’s demanding player.


    The Original Double-Cutaway Rocker, Loaded for Tone and Ready for Action! Go for the classic look of Heritage Cherry, or opt for more contemporary Ebony Black and the Gibson USA SG Standard not only looks great, but it gives you all the goods to get the job done. Both finishes are also available in left-handed models.