Gibson SG
1961-1980Mahogany, Ebony
As everyone knows, the SG was originally a double cutaway version of the Les Paul model. Les Paul didn’t care so much for the new style and his name eventually got dropped to be replaced by the SG label(as in Solid Guitar) in 1963. So the 1961-63 transition model, sometimes referred to as a SG Les Paul. It is technically not a SG yet, even though it looks, smells and taste like one.
The SG custom is the top of the SG line. Until 1969, the only finish available was white. Three humbuckers that drool 60s heavy rock. No less than four tailpieces variations can be found on the SG Custom: Bigsby (61-63), Sideways Vibrola (61-62), Short Vibrola (62-63), Maestro ‘lyre’ Vibrola. Hear Phil X get High on it
Pictured is a 1965 model by Vintageguitarz. 
April 13, 2012
2003 Gibson SG SupremeMahogany, Maple, Ebony
One of the latest editions of the SG. Lava-bursting over a pair of 57 Classic Humbuckers. Never been a big fan of guitars that look like they could have been a cocktail, but this SG deserves a post.
February 20, 2012
New member to the family: A walnut 1972 Gibson SG Deluxe (with Bigsby missing.)
May 3, 2011
2007 Gibson SG-3 with single coil “Blade” pickups that look exactly like those Danelectro lipsticks.
January 31, 2011

Gibson Historic 1957 SG Special in Frost Blue
October 24, 2010

The 2004 issue Angus Young Signature Gibson SG.
October 17, 2010
Tommy Iommi “Old Boy” Jaydee Custom SG. circa 1975.
October 16, 2010

Frank Zappa’s SGs. Story goes that they wouldn’t have been made by GIbson. Gibson’s logo would have been placed afterwards for endorsement…
October 16, 2010