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That Harley Benton is really impressive, the neck is really easy to play, and the sound is very Good, one negative point is the bridge pickup, which is a Little draft.
the bridge pickup sucks on actual Gibson SG standards made between the late 70s and 2014. Only the new ones and old ones can whoop asses stock....
I mean, some will argue, but they're just plain wrong... so no worries, your SG clone is no worse off stock than the vast majority of standards that cost their owners substantially more money than you spent...
I've Player some SG (Epiphone, Gibson) and like U Said, my clone has a really Good potential for the Price (175$) when I See some Gibson..
Nashville USA Gibson's are not consistent on any level.... the good one that's right for you is AWESOME, some are just clunkers all around fit for no one, others would be great for someone else depending on what they like in a neck, but until recently very few of the 'affordable' humbucker equipped models had terribly good pickups stock and the SG bridge humbucker is a major offender, until they switched to 57 classics (which are pretty passable) you got the horrible 498T humbucker.... all I can say for her s that she has a lot of output, if that's your thing! If you upgrade pickups don't be tempted to go hot, the SG is so midrangey due to its construction and materials that it just sounds muddy and nasal with overwound humbuckers.
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