#3
yep it's deffo a bass...

SG style. made by Dixon
bridge looks a bit worn
pickups look pretty cool actually

but not much more i can give ya...
#5
looks like a generic sg ripoff, in bass incarnation..
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#6
I made a search on Google but NOTHING....

I guess it's as you say, a copy of the gibson model
#8
i'll give you a couple of shiny pennies for it
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#9
Identical to a Kay SG, but in bass form...
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#10
sg knock off. aka crappy version of crappy bass
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sg knock off. aka crappy version of crappy bass

Pretty much
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#12
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sg knock off. aka crappy version of crappy bass

I wouldn't be that quick to knock it, pickups look like they'd have a less muddy sound with quite a bit of versatility. It also might be a full 34 scale bass but if it isn't just put light strings on and you have a fun little bass.

If you wanted to do it up throw some dark star pups in it and you have a killer bass

P.S. D and G strings need wind round the tuning posts in a mirror image of the E and A strings
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#13
SG basses arent that bad..
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#14
Looks pretty cool, if it was dusted, set up, stringed, and what not it might actually be a pretty good bass.

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I've allways followed this rule blindly, would anyone like to explain to me why this is?
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#15
That bridge looks pretty ghetto, what's the sticky out bit for :S


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Looks pretty cool, if it was dusted, set up, stringed, and what not it might actually be a pretty good bass.


I've allways followed this rule blindly, would anyone like to explain to me why this is?


So the strings don't go into the nut at a strange angle.
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