Due to a variety of manufacturing changes over the years many guards require tracings so we can both know that you are getting the pickguard that will fit your guitar.We have a HUGE library of templates dating back over thirty years, so if you dont see your model that doesnt mean we dont make it, it just means youll have to call 800-449-9348 ext.It came down from his grand father and has a serial number of 36015.Can you be of help dating the instrument or do you know of a site that might be of help.This is an alphabetized list of musicians who have made notable use of Gibson Guitar models in live performances or studio recordings.WD offers many more Gibson SG pickguards than shown here.They may predate the guitar manufacture by a few months or so, but should not be a later year.Not original wiring and pickups, IMO, should cut the value of the guitar by about half.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Guitars: Gibson SG Standard Gibson SG Faded Gibson SG VOS Standard (2) Gibson SG 61 Reissue Gibson SG Kirk Douglas Signature 1971 Gibson SG Standard 1967 Gretsch Double Anniversary Gretsch 5445 Yeah I asked on everythingsg just wanted to see what more SG guys had to say.Has aftermarket pickups - I just bought a set of 490's to replace them, close enough for now.Has a replaced pick guard and a TOM instead of the Lyre..it's supposed to be a good player, which is why it called to me...The bridge repair is trivial, but I see it has nylon saddles.I don't quite recall, but I don't think they used these post '68-'69. I've got a 1970 SG Standard and have gone through all these dating methods.
It has original pickups and the stuff you can play on it sounds amazing and the guitar has a great feel to it, better than my 61 reissue imho ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Guitars: Gibson SG Standard Gibson SG Faded Gibson SG VOS Standard (2) Gibson SG 61 Reissue Gibson SG Kirk Douglas Signature 1971 Gibson SG Standard 1967 Gretsch Double Anniversary Gretsch 5445 Just replace the saddle and fix it, it could be something very simple to just bend back. Most of the time people who buy Norlins arent looking for vintage guitar to keep but for a good guitar to play and gig with it.