The original “1235” doubleneck made at the legendary Kalamazoo, Michigan factory was introduced in 1963 and quickly become one of the most sought-after guitars in rock. Elvis Presley, bluesman Earl Hooker, Pete Townshend of The Who and John McLaughlin are just a few who caught on quickly to the “1235” and found it a stunning way to make an entrance on stage and on record. But the “1235” is primarily recognized as the guitar Jimmy Page used in countless Led Zeppelin concerts and recording sessions, most notably on the classic “Stairway to Heaven.” A vintage “1235” or “SG double neck” is hardly ever seen in the wild and has been known primarily a custom-made guitar mostly seen in the hands of rock’s elite. Until now!
SG Double Neck guitar
12 string top half neck
6 string bottom half neck
Alnico Classic hum buckers on the 12-string neck
Open-coil Alnico Classic humbuckers on 6 string
Epiphone’s new 18:1 ratio Deluxe tuners 3-way pickup selectors for each neck