New baby, 1970 Gibson SG Standard

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    Posted at 16:26h, 02 November

    Sounds great man! What does that extra switch do?

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      Posted at 05:06h, 03 November

      probably a coil tap!

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        Posted at 13:32h, 03 November

        Yep, it is a Series/Parallel switch for the Bridge Pickup…
        You can hear the difference in 08:04, I’m playing the rhythm guitar with the switch on! Its sounds a bit more clear and weaker! And thanks for all comments guys!

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    Posted at 03:52h, 02 November

    sounds really nice man….Does it have the original pickups?

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      Posted at 13:42h, 03 November

      Thanks!! But no, it came without the original pickups! It has a Dimarzio Super Distortion – with 13.89k ohms – on Bridge(that I changed to a 57′ Classic) and a Dimarzio PAF Pro – 7.68k ohms -, on the neck.
      I don’t really miss the original pick up because that 57′ is pretty awesome! It gives lot of harmonics and is very sensitive and dynamic, you can notice the sound changing from clean to dirty sound only opening the guitar volume and picking harder, that’s awesome! I recommend this pick up for everyone! The more powerful the pick up is to my ears, it kinda hide some tone from the guitar, weaker humbuckers needs more from the guitar and the amp to sound loud, and that’s what makes them amazing!
      The 57′ handles about 8.04k ohms, SUPER!!
      I’ll be doing some AC/DC covers as soon as I can, stay up!
      See you guys!

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    Posted at 22:47h, 01 November

    I know it is a long vid, but here it is…
    02:39 for Back in Black Solo
    03:30 for Let There be Rock
    06:38 for You Ain’t Gonna Hold on Me
    08:04 for Rocker-alike
    09:36 for Gone Shoot’n

    Hope you guys like it!

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