1966 Gibson SG Special Polaris White + OHSC

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At A Glance:
Model: SG Special
Year: 1966
Finish: Polaris White
Modifications: None
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 2.72

Case: Correct Hardshell
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Neck wood: Mahogany
Body wood: Mahogany
Tuners: Correct Kluson Double Line
Pickups: Correc P90
Hardware: Correct Chrome
Neck Profile: Medium C
Pots: 4 x Correct 500k CTS

    Superb 1966 Gibson SG Special in Polaris White Custom Colour.

    We don’t see many of these Specials in Polaris White so its always a treat when they come through. The finish has only yellowed slightly but has been well cared for. There are only a few minor chips and dinks, but nothing that detracts from the look of the guitar. 

    The neck too is in great shape too. The fretboard is free of wear and the frets have plenty of life left in them. The headstock seems to have born the brunt of time with a few chips but no breaks or repairs or overspray anywhere.

    The plastics are in good shape. The pickguard has warped a little but is otherwise in good condition. The knobs are correct. 

    The hardware is correct and in good condition with only slight wear visible. Guitar is currently strung as a wraptail but includes the trem arm.

    Electronically everything is correct. All solder joints are untouched..

    The guitar comes with a Gibson hard case from that period.

    Sonically this guitar is so much more than a 'student' guitar.. A great rock n roll machine, this guitar just screams. The neck is so comfortable and a joy to play.

    We love SGs here at ATB Guitars and to see one in a Custom colour is fantastic. Grab it before it get away…


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