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Gibson SG Voodoo

“I have had many guitars, even a Gibson Explorer. The...”

Written on: 12/08/2006 by edtherocker (1 review written)

I have had many guitars, even a Gibson Explorer. The Gibson SG Voodoo is the best sounding and best playing guitar I have ever had. The action is wonderful, the pickups are hot, and the fact that the markers are not on the neck makes no difference. This thing blows away both of my Stratocasters. I use the Strats for light stuff and the Gibson for Heavy Metal. I would like to see Tony Iommi try out one of these. It would sound great.

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Gibson SG Voodoo

“The Gibson SG Voodoo guitars pick ups make sure you...”

Written on: 11/11/2005 by barryche (1 review written)

The Gibson SG Voodoo guitars pick ups make sure you have all the oooomf you'll ever need. The fretboard is a dream and the thing will get you more sex than anything else you may be trying at the moment, go on steal one and welcome to the underworld… Read Full Review

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Gibson SG Voodoo

“Gibson SG Voodoo - Looking at my SG Voodoo, I am still...”

Written on: 03/12/2004 by chillfuchs (1 review written)

Gibson SG Voodoo - Looking at my SG Voodoo, I am still getting eager to play it more and more. Its look is unique and cool. Playing this guitar I have to say that there are very likely tons of better guitars out there. Its permanent tuning instability that you will feel is nothing compared to the massive effect on tuning if you allow only a slight change in room temperature. (I mean SLIGHT!!)
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349428_Jeffsticles's Response to 178719_chillfuchs's Review

Written on: 05/03/2008

I disagree with this review because... I too have a Voodoo SG and have found very little if no neck movement at all. SG's necks are glued in and have been for 40 years or more. Gibson would have definitely had some complaints about shrinking or bending necks from slight temperature changes and hence wouldn't have the excellent name that they have for fantastic actions and playability on almost all of their models. Especially from the early nineties onwards (they have nailed it). No, I find that most players, even of twenty years and more, are not stringing their instruments correctly. By winding the string on to the post low and from the inside out of course,a couple of turns and then threading the end of the string back through the post hole (above the winds). This ensures that the wound on string moves up the tapered post and tightens up onto the end of the string that you have just put through the hole. Hey presto! no slippage. This can improve the tuning stability by up to 40% or more and then you know for sure if your having neck issues.

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