I somehow managed to play for 40 years before I finally got hold of my first SG. I was moonstruck. The ease with which I floated through slick jazz and acid rock passages without even thinking about the physical attachment to my hands blew me away. I have a herd of them now. My first, I swapped in rewound pickups and gold hardware. Played as hot as it looked. A gospel preacher bought it from me a few years ago. Then I grabbed Miss Lizzie, a black 2005 deluxe, shown here next to my 08 Classic with Gibson branded lyre. About the same time a couple of 03 G-400 Vintage showed up. I put 57 classic pickups and a lyre on this one and kept it. I had been on the look out for a special with ebony fretboard, found these two 2003s within a week of each other. Five Moons is my go to rock guitar and the one always on the stand next to my easy chair. The cherry finish one is a real good player as well. The cherry Classic above came to me with a broken headstock requiring 20 cents worth of woodglue and 10 minutes of work to make it the lightest action and easiest player i n the pack. They are all real good axes for flashy stage work. The 2013 SGJ is 24 frets of rockin thunder. It is the lightest member in this flyweight class. I love and play 'em all, though Five Moons and the 03 Epi get slightly more play time. If you play Les Pauls, these are great to for taking a little weight off in the middle of a set. OK, I showed you mine, let's see yours!