Awright, here's the deal. This guitar is a 1962 SG/LP that Duane used in the late 60s. He broke the neck off and the repair was done poorly, so he gave it to a roadie. The roadie recently passed away, and left the guitar to a good friend of mine, who is the roadie's cousin. While in the roadie's possession, the guitar was modified a bunch, so prepare yourself for a flashback. The neck joint had been buggered to hell, and there isn't much wood to start with, so they tried to fit a plate to the back, like on a Strat. Bad idea. Nasty. We ended up creating a whole new neck joint, pics to come later when I have time. So here is Duane's 62 SG/LP Standard that he gave away as a wreck in the hippy days, resurrected. I played it Friday night, and it is AMAZING. Video was shot, so we'll get to that. The case is a pebbled back/yellow lined Custom case, and it still has a bunch of early 70's stuff like a hand painted Dead t-shirt and some other goofy hippy stuff in it. So, there you have it. I photographed the whole process, watch for a Bench Report when I get time.