For 2014, the SGJ model features a ‘120th Anniversary’ banner inlay at the 12th fret. Varies as new; this example is 140016834, built during 2014 at the Gibson plant in Nashville, Tennessee. This guitar is now out of production.How much does a Gibson SGJ 2014 cost?
The Gibson SGJ 2014 is available in five satin finishes, including Vintage Sunburst, Cherry, Fireburst, Rubbed Vintage Sunburst and Chocolate. Because of the high demand for this guitar, it is currently retailing for the same price as its MSRP: $499, I even see some sellers that price certain finishes above the $500 mark!What kind of pickup is in the 120th anniversary on a Gibson?
The holly headstock inlay is joined by a “120th Anniversary” banner at the 12th fret, while the mid-’60s style 5-ply pickguard holds two of Gibson’s most popular humbucking pickups: a 490R in the neck position, and a more powerful 498T in the bridge.What makes the SG 120 so special?
The SG Standard 120 nails the look, feel and sound of one of the most popular SGs ever made, with top-notch tonewoods, pickups, and hardware to deliver powerful, versatile SG performance. The foundation is set by a Grade-A mahogany body and neck, plus a one-piece Grade-A rosewood fingerboard with frets over binding and traditional trapezoid inlays.