GIBSON SG BARITONE Nice! + OHSC & Papers Alpine White USA 31454
Monster beef-tones with this SG Bari!
This is a killer 2013 Gibson SG Baritone guitar in Alpine White finish (see pics below). Guitar is in excellent playing and cosmetic condition. No issues. Neck, frets, electronics are all in great shape. Comes with the original Gibson hard case and all original paperwork. Has two great sounding humbuckers and both can be split with a knob pull. This limited edition guitar was only made for one year. Cosmetically I'd call it about 8.5/10. There are some tiny indents on the edges and mild buckle marks that the camera can't capture. Some strap marks around the forward strap peg and couple small yellowing spots on the finish (back of neck and edge near jack). Frets are in A+ condition. Weight is 6 pounds, 14 ounces. Guitar will come setup and ready to play. However, setup is highly subjective so you may need it set up to your specs by your own luthier. Please ask all questions before buying. We don't do partial refunds on eBay, only returns. Thanks for looking.
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The SG Baritone plays just like a standard electric guitar, but injects some serious rumble into your six-string riffing thanks to being tuned down two and a half steps to B-E-A-D-F#-B. Popular with rock and metal players as an extension of “down tuning,” the baritone has also long been a favorite of country and Americana styles, and likewise makes a great alternative in the blues and jazz arsenal.
With a fully proportional SG look and feel, thanks to the oversized body scaled to fit the elongated neck and 27" scale, the SG Baritone is instantly familiar, yet something entirely different. Gibson’s innovative hardware includes Grover™ keystone tuners and a pair of Gibson USA’s powerful contemporary humbuckers with ceramic magnets offering hotter tones and a more diverse sonic vocabulary, further enhanced by push-pull coil splitting. To top it all off, the SG Baritone’s Alpine White finish in hand-sprayed, high-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer, with unique white plastic appointments (other than the traditional black “bell” truss-rod cover), looks absolutely stunning.