Hi, I am new to this forum, new to Epiphone and finally; relatively new to guitar in general. I had a Squier Startocaster standard for a while and liked it but, I wanted something with a hard tail, humbuckers and a shorter scale length, so I went for a: left-handed Epiphone SG g400 pro. This guitar is more my style and I like it a lot so far. I am still at the learning stage (l'm in the middle of learning the 5 shapes of the pentatonic minor scales at the moment and learning some riffs along too.) Anyway, this long intro was to set the table to ask what are considered the weakest points of a SG like mine? So far, I've been generally happy with almost everything, except for the 3-way switch, which disconnects the neck pickup with the slightest touch, when it is in the middle position. I'm not looking to change much at all for the moment, because it makes little difference to a noob like me still, but I'd be happy to make changes that could improve playabilty. TLDR: Are there anything on a SG 400 pro that "need" changed, or to be worked on? Thanks for any replies.