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1972 Gibson Electric Solid Bodies Catalogue

SG Custom, Deluxe, Pro, SG100, SG250

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1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue cover 1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 3 - SG Custom
1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 4 - SG Deluxe 1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 5 - SG Pro
1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 6-7
1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 8 - SG250 1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 9 - SG100
1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 10 1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page 11
1972 Gibson solid bodies catalogue page back cover  
1970 Gibson Solid Bodies Catalogue
1970 electric solid bodies catalogue

1972 electric solid bodies catalogue Although dated as 1972, this catalogue was most likely the last document prepared in 1971 (based on the six digit code on the back cover). It kept the size and design of its predecesor, the 1970 electric solid bodies catalogue, but with redesigned, renamed instruments, and some new ones altogether. Both covers feature the SG Standard (though for this '72 brochure it's renamed the SG Deluxe) and feature the five basic models of the range:

Gibson SG Custom
Gibson SG Deluxe
Gibson SG Pro
Gibson SG 250
Gibson SG 100

The remodelling of the SG series was not a sucess; a year later the SG100 and SG250 had been deleted (replaced by the SGI and SGII) and the other models were redesigned once again, closer to the SGs of the 1960s, and with the original names, custom/standard and special. See the 1973 solid body brochure.



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roger sigouin Comment left 17th January 2012 12:12:12
I have a 72/73 Gibson SG w/bigsby (removed) with only a Les paul style pick guard ...no pick guard on controls and 2 "Gibson" humbuckers. Serial # is 727374. I have never seen any sales info on such and can you accurately give D.O.B. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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