The first 175s had the older square-humped headstock. The ebony fingerboard was inlaid with abalone split wing or pyramid inlays. It was, in fact, an SG-175 that first caught the eye of Carlos Santana, who began playing one around this time.
He had custom pickups without the covers, and a fancy pearl inlay design covering the belly of the guitar.
Finish options available for this guitar include Natural, Tobacco Brown Sunburst, and Vintage Cherry Burst.
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So I did as much research on this guy and am still kinda confused.
I work for GC so I called up our Yamaha rep and he got me connected with one of the guys who created their database system. I've been to numerous sites and still not 100% sure what I've got.
The serial number on one of these instruments is the best way to determine when it was created.
For over 40 years, millions of musicians have used the Yamaha FG as the perfect tool to express their music.
Ok I've seen people around the internet that have said they have ebony fretboard and some say rosewood.