These SG copies made by Burny were first introduced in Japan in the early 1970's and were only made upon request. The FSG models had small scoops on the cutaways that were similar to the ones found on a 1971 SG.
This guitar does show a few signs of cosmetic wear from over the years. There's various scratches on the body from normal play and there's a couple of small chips on the bottom sides of the guitar near the volume tone controls. There's also a scuff on the side of the guitar near the output jack and the white binding around the neck has also aged significantly. There's a couple of small scuffs on the back of the upper horn as well as on the back of the neck and the headstock shows some wear and small dings as well. The frets are used but still have plenty of life and the electronics work as they should.
This guitar has endured a few modifications. The pickups are DiMarzio humbuckers and it appears that a couple of coil switches have been added as well. Photos of the pickups and electronics are included for further info. The original tuners have also been replaced with Gotoh tuners.
Includes the pictured gig bag.
Make: Burny Model: RSG-75-63 Year: 1980 Fretboard Material: Rosewood Scale length: 24.75" Weight: 6.53 pounds Nut Width: 1.61" Neck Width at 12th fret: 1.95" Neck Thickness at 1st fret: 0.88" Neck Thickness at 12th fret: 0.93" Case/bag: Includes the pictured gig bag Made in Japan
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