When I was 16 (summer of '72) I was able to buy a well used SG. It had had the wangbar portion of the Maestro removed and a stoptail installed. The neck joint was identical to 61 sg/les pauls that I saw at the time, and the guys at the music store I traded with thought they changed that neck joint in 63 or 64. Of all the treasures that have passed through my hands, selling this guitar is my greatest regret. I kind of wanted a Les Paul, and since in my teenage mind this sg was identical to the sgs thus titled, I bought a truss-rod cover that had Les Paul engraved on it. I still have the original trc in the accesory bin of my Les Paul case. Is this something that would make a difference to a collector/restorer?