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Yamaha SG1802

Electric Guitar

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Yamaha SG1802
2 300.00 street price

The Yamaha SG1802 is a high-end electric guitar made by Yamaha in the early 1980s. It is a double-cutaway design with a set-in neck, two humbucking pickups, and a 3-way toggle switch. The SG1802 has become a sought-after instrument due to its unique tone and playability.

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Number of Strings
Scale Length24.75
Body Type
Body Material
Bridge Type
Neck Type
Set neck 
Neck Material
Number of Frets22
Neck Width at Nut43 mm
Seymour Duncan 
Pickup Configuration
Pickup Switching
2 positions 
Body Colorgold, black
Accessories Colorchrome
Tuning Machines
Production start2011

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