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Tony Iommi's iconic riffs, heavy tones, and massively influential albums created the blueprint for heavy metal and many other genres to follow. His career, like the man himself, is universally loved and revered. And while his innovative tuning and playing styles were a major part of his monstrous tones, a heavily-modified 1964 Gibson SG named "Monkey" was at the center of it all. Now Gibson USA has made a guitar based on the iconic original that launched countless heavy riffs, with a mahogany body, bound mahogany neck with a rounded profile, Indian rosewood fretboard with 22 frets, a Graph Tech® nut, Grover® Rotomatic® tuners with contemporary style buttons, and chrome-covered P-90 pickups.
Body Shape SG Material Mahogany Neck Neck Mahogany Prole Rounded Nut width 1.695" / 43.053mm Fingerboard Indian Rosewood, Cream Binding Scale length 24.75" / 628.65mm Number of frets 22 Nut White Graph Tech Inlay Acrylic Dots Hardware Bridge Adjustable Wraparound Knobs Black Witch Hats with Silver Inserts Tuners Grover Rotomatic with Contemporary Style Buttons Plating Nickel Electronics Neck pickup P-90 Bridge pickup P-90 Controls 2 Volume, 2 Tone, hand-wired with Orange Drop capacitors Case & SKUs Case Hardshell