Got it this morning. A beautiful brown Epiphone Vintage G400 SG. Seller was nice to save it for two days for me. He said he had tons of calls, but I was first. 3 hour drive return, for this baby it was worth it. Its one of the rare Epiphone SG without veneer recto-verso. It also has a one piece neck, unlike the usual scarf joint 2 pieces neck on most Epi. I guess Epiphone wanted to get as close to a Gibson SG as possible by doing so. White Binding on the fretboard, that nicely yellowed over 14 years without a case. The 5 ply pickguard has the white layers aged the same. Seller bought it new and never got a case for it. The control cover plate was redone with a thin cheap wavy plastic. I'll make a new one with clear polycarbonate. If it look too funny, I'll paint it from the back. Or maybe find a nice piece of veener. No surprise as for the pickups, since I have the same guitar in a different color. My first is a 2004, this one 2005. Looks like they were produced for only two years, from early 2003 to sometimes in 2005. I had seen it on the sellers photos, but I knew it was an easy fix. The tail piece bushings were tilted, being pulled up because it was decked. What I didn't see is the bridge not going low enough for decent low action. I guess the neck was set a degree to shallow on this one. I countersunk the bushing flush to the top and I think it will bring the action where I want it. If not I could go a little deeper. Oh yeah, the 4 bushings I could pull out easily, no friction at all. I glued down the ones for the bridge with wood glue on the cavity walls. There are a few nicks and bumps on it, but for a 14 year old guitar without a case, nothing surprising and/or major. That's it for now. Good cleanup and setup tomorrow and more pics to come.