Гитара YAMAHA SG/SBG 200
1984 год Маде ин Тайвань, цвета Pearl white, не пожелтела, идеально белого цвета, в состоянии на 5+ как лады и покрытие, для такого возраста. Гитара выбрана из 5 разных YAMAHA SG/SBG 200.
Почему SBG - вот что пишет история
The Gibson Influence
In '79 or so Gibson began to object to Yamaha's use of the SG prefix. Gibson had already gone through the copy challenge of Ibanez in mid '77, so their objections may have even begun before that. In any case, in 1980 Yamaha changed the name of the guitar to the SBG-2000 in the U.S. In the U.K. (probably Canada and perhaps elsewhere outside of Japan) it became the SG-2000S. The name was not changed in Japan.
New in the U.S. SBG-200,
The '85 SBG-200 was also set-neck, but with a solid flat-top nato body and new angled edges on the top (wider at the waist). This had no binding, dots on rosewood, chrome hardware, no pickguard, white pickup bobbins, and surrounds. Finishes were brown sunburst, black, and pearl white. These new SBG probably lasted only a year through '86. By '87, Yamaha was promoting its new RGX line