Alright guys.... I think the sting has worn off and I am ready to tell the story. Apparently this guitar was stolen by a relative of the original owner. It was then sold to a guitar store and was listed on Ebay. I won the listing and the guitar was shipped to me with instructions that I do not open it. This really really stung as I have loved SG guitars since my first one. Just the way the entire fretboard sits in front of you and the access to higher notes is so simple. Anyway, I bought the guitar and it arrived.... You better believe it took only about 5 seconds to open the case and play it. For a few days I played it as I waited for the refund and shipping details. It was a nice few days. Then it was sent back to the guitar store. Then hopefully from there to the sheriffs office and back to the original owner. Maybe I will throw a few pictures online. One day I will find the right SG though and that is for danm sure. Josh Edit: Oh. The sheriff stated that this guitar belonged to a member of a professional musician (who shall remain nameless) and had a lot of sentimental value. That being said.... It just wasn't my SG.