Im writing this from my car outside a guitar store where I just had to exhibit the most self control ever not to make a purchase! I’ve been wanting a players grade vintage Gibson with P90s forever and finally made it to Norman’s Rare Guitars in Los Angeles. I’m the kind of person who can walk into any shop and find something that I want to buy. Knowing this about myself this was a dangerous endeavor today. I’m VERY tempted by this player’s grade ‘65 SG Junior. They said it appears the neck has been shaved down and someone must have added binding, but they thought it was an original neck. It clearly doesn’t have original tuners but it does have the original P90s. They said they’d give it to me for $1100. It played absolutely beautifully... crazy low action with zero buzz, great sustain and every note just rang out even unplugged. I have to ask my MLP brethren if I should pull the trigger because I don’t know enough about vintage guitars to know if this is a good purchase or not. I love guitar history and I want something real old and used, with P90s and it must play great. I can only afford players grade so I don’t mind it being a bit beat up with some non-original parts. Just wanna make sure I’m not missing anything I should be considering. Is there anything I should ask before buying? Is it worth roughly $1,100 or should I make a lower offer on it? Does this fit the bill for me at this price? Thanks I’m advance! PS they were extremely helpful and it was a great experience shopping around.