I have one of these. Not entirely sure what it is. The new ones list "1961 reissue." This one just SG Standard (on the COA). So "historically accurate" to what? It's all original w/COA. Cherry... Does not look aged or other non-sense fake weathering. I assume it has 57 pickups, but they don't specify on the backs. Just PAF and Wound by stickers. Looks like a long tenon. Seems like linear taper pots...a real ABR-1/stopbar. Looks like someone mostly just played cowboy chords on it, otherwise it just has a few dings. I found an old web archive that listed the following: "Reissue of a legendary guitar, the Les Paul SG Standard is back with historically accurate appointments including heel shape, Holly peg veneer, tapered peghead, and vintage body shape and scarfing. Materials: Beveled thin mahogany body, mahogany neck Binding: Neck Hardware: Nickel Bridge/Tailpiece: ABR-1 bridge w/ stopbar or ABR-1 w/ short Maestro Pickups: Two '57 Classics Controls: Two volume, two tone, 3-way switch Fingerboard: bound rosewood fingerboard with pearloid trapezoid inlays Scale Length/Nut Width: 24 3/4" / 1 11/16" Finishes: Faded Cherry, Classic White and TV Yellow Specially formulated vintage style thin lacquer and analine dye finish on the Faded Cherry Historically accurate body shape and appointments"