This 1962 Gibson is one of the last of the Les Paul SG guitars produced. In 1962 Les Paul stopped allowing Gibson to use his name on the SG's. The guitar was originally finished in a natural cherry mahogany that has faded over the years to a nice brownish cherry color. This guitar is exceptionally clean with some minor dings and an 1/8" chip out of the right back side of the headstock. It is all original although it appears that the original pickups were clipped out and then reinstalled. The bridge Humbucker pickup has patent number 2,737 842 stamped on its back while the bridge pickup is stamped, "patent applied for." There is double white binding on the black pickguard, a whammy, nickel hardware, Deluxe Kluson tuners and an elegant pearl inlaid ebony tailblock. The mahogany neck has a cream bound rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets that show very little wear. Its original case has a yellow/orange lining.
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