Gibson ’61 SG Reissue – 7.04 lbs

$ 999.00

Gibson introduced the Gibson SG ’61 Reissue electric guitar to pay homage to their legendary 1961 SG Standard. Sporting that classic deep double-cutaway and beveled edge carved into an all-mahogany body, the ’61 Reissue looks and feels like its vintage counterpart. For those looking for a great slice of vintage Gibson without paying exorbitant prices, check out the Gibson SG ’61 Reissue.

Condition Notes:  Tuners & Wiring have been replaced.

Neck/Headstock:  Scratch in headstock plate – front – as well as a few other light scratches. Several signs of wear (tiny dings) all around headstock edge. Small ding on treble side point of headstock – front and bass side point – rear. Screw holes visible from tuning machine replacement. Several tiny dings along neck and tiny surface cracks in neck binding.

Body:  Several light scratches and tiny dings throughout. Area of buckle rash on back. A few finish chips/dings around body edge. A few other dings throughout. Small crack in neck pickup ring at treble side screw. Cluster of light scratches under saddle/bridge area. A few scuff marks. There is a repaired break at the neck joint. Difficult to tell, very well done.

Brand:  Gibson

Model:  SG ’61 Reissue

Year:  2001

Serial:  00681347

Color:  Heritage Cherry

Weight:  7.04 lbs

Strings:  D’Addario EXL110

NECK

  • Neck Type:  Set
  • Frets:  22
  • Scale Length:  24.75″
  • Fret Life:  some wear
  • Neck Material:  Mahogany
  • Fretboard Material:  Rosewood
  • Neck Finish:  Gloss

BODY

  • Body Type:  Solid
  • Body Wood(s):  Mahogany
  • Binding Color:  N/A
  • Bridge Type:  Tune-O-Matic
  • Pickguard Color:  Black

ELECTRONICS

  • Controls:  (2) Volume, (2) Tone, 3-Way Toggle Switch

INCLUDES:  Gig Bag

Disclaimer: You are not buying a setup, you are buying an instrument. This means that the setups we perform on instruments for sale are intended to inspect and ensure proper function of various aspects of the instruments. Customer-based setups are personal and no two players will require the same setups measurements.