So, my quest for an SG with the Lyre vibrola has taken me to this little lady: a 1980 Super Real Greco SS700. Pretty much, the closest to a '63-'64 SG I'll be able to afford. In fact, except for the pickguard holes, the multiply tenon cover and the knob localtion, it looks very close to the real thing. Great cherry nitro laquer, ABR, pointy inlays, paper-thin binding with nibs, tapered horns, nickel hardware, double ring tuners... And, at 2,9kg (6lb 6oz), one of the lightest guitars (if not the lightest) I've ever strapped on. Absolutely no neck dive, even with a cheap, cloth Fender strap. I just got it today and it has a long way to go still. A Vibrola hanbdle bar is on the way from eBay (Thanks, Relic61 for the tip!). And I either have to put nickel covers on the pickups or change them for covered ones (this kind of SG is weird to me without them). I'm still evaluating them. And of course, a deep clean, polish and conditioning that is long overdue. Be warned: this initial review is made in pure honeymooning stage. But, in my limited time with it, I gotta say it delivers. Big time. Holds tuning perfectly, great sustain, clear sound, balanced pickups... A joy to play. Thanks to everyone in this forum for sharing your Maestro experience, I finally have my own!