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1969 Gibson SG Standard (Number One)

09 Aug 1969 Gibson SG Standard (Number One)

Author’s note: this article is WIP (work in progress). Being written as you read it! :D

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Note of the author for the more ‘particular’ reader: these articles on  SoloDallas’ gear are not intended to be egotistical, neither am I intending to show off. They are for passion, documentation/information and sharing pleasure with those who have a similar interest.  Thanks for your trust and understanding, SD

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Fil "SoloDallas" Olivieri
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4 Comments
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    johnhealey1997
    Posted at 21:55h, 22 August

    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ii16C3gzxc

    My very first SG. Not much but it makes me happy 🙂

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    OldSchoolRocker666
    Posted at 10:59h, 22 August

    There is some sort of problem on the veiw, the box with Recent comments, ratings and such that were suposed to be on the right side is in the middle of the comment box, making alot of text unvisible, i can’t seem to move it or anything, and it’s still on the same spot no matter what location i’am at when reading on this website’s content 🙁

    Anyone else having this problem?

    – OldSchoolRocker666

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    adam10603
    Posted at 12:05h, 17 August

    This is my favorite SG of yours. It is in a very good condition, and I also like those deep cutaways (not like on the 1970 SGs), they look great. What pickups does this guitar have ? T-tops ? Or the one with the p.a.f. decal ?

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      SoloDallas
      Posted at 12:38h, 17 August

      original T-tops. From 1963 onward, pickups on SG standards were patent numbers (they call it this way, patent sticker or patent number) and circa around ’68 they started calling them t-tops

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