NGD 1958 Gibson

Discussion in 'Other Cool Guitars' started by markeebee, Sep 15, 2020.

  1. Chmason85

    Chmason85 Gretschie

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    May 1, 2018
    Philadelphia
    Gotta be a recessed Floyd and a super hot Seymour JB!!
     
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  2. markeebee

    markeebee Country Gent

    Thanks all.

    It's really surprising how affordable the 125's are. I guess they're seen as a bit of a niche guitar. They look like they could only be used for swing or something, but I've tried all sorts with it and it seems pretty happy, although it doesn't suit the pose for downtuned Swedish Death Metal or something. The P90 is really quite lovely, and can turn out a surprisingly bright jangle if that's what your heart requires.

    Without wishing to sound like a complete wuss, it's one of those guitars that begs you to play it. It's sitting in the lounge at the moment and every time I walk past I can't resist picking it up and giving it a little tickle, like a sunburst maple puppy, and it never fails to make me smile to myself.
     
  3. drmilktruck

    drmilktruck I Bleed Orange

    May 17, 2009
    Plymouth, MN
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  4. Tony65x55

    Tony65x55 Gretschified

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    Sep 23, 2011
    The 'Shwa, Ontario, Canada
    Great guitar Mark!
     
  5. thunder58

    thunder58 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Dec 23, 2010
    tappan ny
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    Hey stranger , good to see ya :)
     
  6. johnny g

    johnny g Country Gent

    Sep 2, 2017
    union, ms
    Had a 1961 ES 125 TC. It was 3 years old when I bought it. New it sold for $ 295.00 and yes it came with a cardboard case but no jack plug cover. If I had not needed to pay the rent, I still might have it.
     
  7. Dana Rudd

    Dana Rudd Synchromatic

    686
    Nov 26, 2019
    Greybull, WY
    Congrats, she looks great.
     
  8. MTurner

    MTurner Friend of Fred

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    Aug 17, 2010
    Clayton, North Carolina, USA
  9. Tony65x55

    Tony65x55 Gretschified

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    64
    Sep 23, 2011
    The 'Shwa, Ontario, Canada
    You too, brother. Still being buried in work. Not much time for enjoying GT. I hope all is well with you!
     
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  10. thunder58

    thunder58 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Dec 23, 2010
    tappan ny
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    All good here my friend
     
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  11. stiv

    stiv Country Gent

    Sep 12, 2014
    Florence, Italy
    Completely agree.
    My Loar 301 is the ‘poor man’ exact model, and I have used it in so many different situation that I could tell is one of my most versatile guitars. More versatile than my 6120, if you ask me.
    From jazzy clean to Superfuzz, she loves them all. That thin body produces a very manageable feedback, which in some genres is a powerful tool. Also, with the right action it’s a slide machine.
    Of course it looks like a swingster from the Cotton Club era, but it could growl like a beast if asked to.
    On of those guitars you love to have around and that you could pick up at any moment if some idea comes in mind without too much thinking.
    Well yours it’s a top notch.
    I always wanted to play a 120 too, with the ceramic single coil. I bet it sounds sweet as well.
     
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  12. SAguitar

    SAguitar Gretschie

    332
    Jan 17, 2020
    Oregon
    Wow. Just wow. Enjoy that beauty.
     
  13. Shadowy_Man

    Shadowy_Man Gretschie

    268
    May 18, 2020
    Chicago
    Gorgeous, I bet that thing has a fantastic jazz tone
     
  14. Steveric

    Steveric Electromatic

    24
    Jun 11, 2020
    Portsmouth uk
    congratulations, i love it, I bet it feels good and sounds great
     
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