Gibson 1965 SG Junior Modified

Bill Nesbitt

AxVault Record No.: 2437

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  • Type: Electric
  • Manufacturer: Gibson
  • Model/Stylename: 1965 SG Junior Modified
  • Serial Number: 273984
  • Serial Number Location: Back of Headstock
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Description: Cherry red. Still has the original P-90 bridge pickup. I had the neck pickup added in the 1980's by Tony Hunt in Little Rock. I also replaced the original stop tailpiece with a Leo Quan "Badass" sometime in the 80's. Pickguard was replaced at that time as well.
  • Vintage Guitar? Yes

5 responses to “Gibson 1965 SG Junior Modified”

  1. wannabe

    Very nice

  2. Ted Evans

    I was 17 in 1978. I purchased this from my teacher for $ 175.00. Whithin 1 month the headstock was repaired at Marshall Music in Lansing, Mi. Coming home for Christmas from Chanute Afb, Il. on a night bus to Flint, Mi. I fell asleep with my leather jacket on my lap and my guitar between me and the bus window seat. When I awoke in Detroit, Mi. The leather jacket and the guitar was gone. 2 yrs ago – I sent Gibson a copy picture of my Gibson Les paul junior to verify the exact name because some luthiers said it was not a “junior” but a melody maker. I told them it has the “SG” -style double cut away horns… Finally seeing this one converted to 2-pick ups is ” AWESOME” – enjoy and awaiting responce. I finally was able to show my wife to verify it! Thank You.

  3. Ted Evans

    Hi- I just replied to you and now have just listened to the video and the sweet modifications. I have a 1998 Fender Stratocastor American. 3-noisless frets and all original. I have approx. $ 1400.00 invested. It has some light scratches but over all very good condition. Plays sweet. I’m just in my heart a Gibson person.

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