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models Gibson SG Standard | Gibson SG Special | Gibson SG Junior | Gibson SG Custom | Gibson SG Deluxe

A closer look: 1963 SG Standard | 1969 SG Special

1962 Gibson full line catalogueFrom the 1962 Gibson electric guitar and bass catalogue

A best seller that's now even better - with its handsome new cherry-red finish and its highly desirable new double cutawaysculptured design
1964 Gibson electric guitar and bass catalogueFrom the 1964 Gibson electric guitar and bass catalogue

You get gibson quality and top performance
Gibson 1966 Full Line catalogueFrom the 1966 Gibson full line catalogue

1970 electric solid bodies catalogueThe 1970 electric solid bodies catalogue

1973 Gibson solid body leafletThe 1973 Gibson solid body leaflet

1975 Gibson solid body catalogueFrom the 1975 Gibson solid body catalogue

The SG Junior was the basic no-bells-and-whistles SG. It came equipped with just one single coil P90 pickup, in the bridge position, but was otherwise the same as the SG Special. It was priced at $142.50 at it's launch in June 1961, and like the SG Custom and SG Standard was initially named as part of the redesigned Gibson Les Paul range. See the Les Paul Junior from which it descended here.

1964 Gibson catalogueFrom the 1964 Gibson catalogue

A best seller that's even better - with it's handsome cherry-red finish and it's highly desireable new double cutaway sculptured design, and it's very popular price. You get Gibson quality and top performance

It sold well, being the biggest selling SG guitar of the 1960s, and the second best selling solid-body after the Melody Maker

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