The SG is famous for its superior access to the top frets, light weight (although the sound certainly isnt lightweight!), comfort and playability. Noteworthy Gibson SG players include: Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath), Pete Townshend (The Who), Angus Young (AC/DC) and me.
The Gibson SG is a monster of an instrument, with that powerful, rich Gibson sound, dangerous distortion and serious sustain!
2. I wish I could afford a Gibson SG. Oh wait, I have one!
3. Tony Iommi's trademark guitar is the SG
A group that roam the area of east sydney. They think they own the streets and the entire network or "league" as they call it.
Rumour has it, that much like the Universe, SG was created with a "Big Bang", this is officially named the "Worm Fart". Which upon release has the innate property of raising the level of dopamine in all SG members within it's radius. Inducing a freedom ritual.
They have a multitude of gang signs including the straight face, the freedom totem and the notorious SG symbol. These however always hold an aura of transience. The greatest example of the continuously changing nature of these greetings is the SG fistbump. There are currently two acceptible fistbumps including the untouching walk-away bump and the rock v paper bump. Both derived from the youtube-famous JimmyTatros.
To become a SG member, the individual has to attend the freedom initiation ritual which is held in one of the founding member's crib. Every one of SG's rituals are somewhat confidential and there is currently no solid eveidence of them ever happening.
These scandalous people believe that they are hardcore but in reality they are just a Study Group.
An ambiguous reference to commentate the general emotions felt after any game or match played online or in real life.
It can stand for Superb Game
or Shit Game.
SG Member 1: SG BROOO!
SG Member 2: Shut-up i'm studying.
Non-SG person: GG guys!
SG member: SG.
Non-SG person: BG BG BG BG BAD GAME!
SG member: SG.
"Phwoar that is one fine Gibson SG"
"Whats that guitar again? You know Tony Iommi's one?"