This beautiful 1965 Gibson SG Standard, has it’s unique “Maestro” bridge that was offered in the 60’s. It has a “Lyre” featured on it, which is quite Deco looking. The guitar has a rosewood fingerboard. Mostly chrome parts are featured, but a nickel bridge, common for Gibson in the mid 60’s to mix the parts. (Earlier SG’s like this model would be all nickel parts, but chrome was starting to be used). Unusual tuning pegs that are non original are also on this guitar.
Here’s an amazing LP that has a fantastic tone, unique beauty, and has a big part in Kisstory. It was born as a 1953 Goldtop LP, that over the years had it’s conversion to be closer to a “59 Burst”. I bought in the late 80’s from my brother.