The Gibson SG is one of the most iconic and easily recognisable guitars to be found throughout the history of rock music and is still popular today, with Gibson and Epiphone both offering SG models.

The Epiphone E Series Bully SG was made in Korea in limited quantities in 2000 and 2001, which helps explain it’s rarity today.

This particular model comes in a colour called “Blood Stain”, and originally had no pickguard. When the guitar arrived at MGP Guitars it had a homemade pickguard on it, installed by a previous owner. That pickguard has been replaced with a modified SG pickguard, which was necessary due to the screw holes left from the DIY pickguard. As well as the bold colour of the body, the headstock is also quite distinctive with a winged epsilon logo.

The guitar is in good shape for it’s age with only one or two small dings (see photo), and the frets have been levelled, crowned and polished. It has a big full sound and plays really well.


  • Laminated alder/maple body


  • Bolt-on maple neck with “Super Slide” satin finish
  • Indian Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
  • Dovewing headstock with Epsilon E logo
  • 24.75″ scale
  • 1.68″ nut width


  • 2 E-Series Open-coil humbuckers
  • 1 Vol. 1 Tone controls
  • 3-way Selector Switch


  • Chrome Hardware
  • Tune-O-Matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece
  • Black reflector knobs

All in all a highly desirable guitar which sounds as good as it looks.