Hello all, new to the forum. I currently have a Gibson SG junior reissue, I forget the year, but it has one p90 and a batwing pickguard and a wraparound tailpiece. Anyway, the body isn't a single solid piece of mahogany, it's more like a plywood laminate. I heard Gibson did this for a few of their budget models in the late 90's - 00's. Anyway, now I'm looking at 2000-01 era gothic sg's (with the ebony fretboard, single crescent moon inlay) and am wondering if they're constructed the same or if they are made from a legit piece of solid mahogany. If they're multi-piece, are they laminated like plywood or thick pieces side-by-side, like the top of a les paul? Any info is apprecitated, thanks!