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The Voice of '60s Classic Rock Introducing the Limited Run SG Special '60s Tribute
SG Special '60s Tribute
What do Pete Townshend, Carlos Santana, and Tony Iommi all have in common? Back in the '60s, each of these legendary guitarists played a Gibson SG Special with P-90 pickups—and made music history in the process. To bring this beloved rocker back to guitarists in the 21st century, Gibson USA introduces the SG Special '60s Tribute, a guitar that honors the beloved SG Specials of nearly 50 years ago, in an instrument primed with the tone, versatility, and playability demanded by modern musicians.

Since its arrival on the scene in 1961 (originally as the Les Paul/SG Special), Gibson's dual-horned, double-cutaway SG has been an iconic rock axe, and has become known for solid performance and tonal versatility that is unparalleled in the guitar world. The SG Special '60s Tribute is based around the same revered tonewoods, glued-in neck, and Alnico-magnet P-90 pickups that made its predecessor legendary, with the same SlimTaper™ '60s neck profile that is behind some of the fastest-playing guitars in history. Stripped-down and ready for business in your choice of Worn Cherry, Worn Natural, Worn Ebony or Worn White, the SG Special '60s Tribute has the look and feel of a well-played friend right out of the gigbag, and comes in at a price that any hard-working player can afford.

Check one out now at your authorized Gibson dealer, and discover the same raw rockin' simplicity that has hooked countless legendary artists for five decades.

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Pricing & Finish
  • Worn Natural
    $1,239 msrp
    (Also available Left-handed)
  • Worn Ebony
    $1,239 msrp
    (Also available Left-handed)
  • Worn Cherry
    $1,239 msrp
    (Also available Left-handed)
  • Worn White
Product Features
  • Solid Mahogany body with North American Rosewood fingerboard
  • Available in four classic worn Finishes
  • Slim, fast '60s style neck profile
  • Two Gibson USA P-90 Pickups
  • vintage style tuners with perloid buttons
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