On my Les Pauls, I used the Dunlop Dual Design strap locks. They worked fine for a Les Paul, as they attached on the guitar horn, rather than on the back of the guitar. But on my new SG, I needed something different.
Really loving the sound and feel of my new SG!
In this 1991 Guitar World interview, when asked about being responsible for having sold “more SG’s than just about anyone in the world”, Angus replied:
Yeah, well I have been thinking about opening a store, a brown SG shop. We’ve got every color you want — as long as it’s brown!
Funny, both my 2012 Les Paul Studio and my 2013 SG are called “Vintage Sunburst”, but they don’t look much alike:
I guess “Vintage Sunburst” sounds better than “brown”. Angus would disagree!
Seriously, before I even received the guitar, I ordered a replacement truss rod cover blank (Gibson part #PRTR-010), so I won’t have to ever see that all-caps “FUTURE” on my guitar 🙂
These Stupid Deal of the Day messages from Musician’s Friend are dangerous!
I sorta lost my mind a little when I saw this.
$499 for a USA Gibson SG?! Ok, I’ll give it a go. MF has a great return policy, so nothing to lose.