Well, it took a bit to figure out, but i finally got a few decent pics of this guitar. It's not an SG, but is definitely a cousin of sorts. the body is 1.5" thick in the center, tapers to 1/2"-3/4" at the edges. Solid mahogany, walnut finish. Bought on DBZ'a website sale, $199.00, shipped free. This may well be the nicest guitar i own. Low action, no buzzes anywhere on the neck. The fretwork is a big surprise; no sprout, no rough tops, and no rough edges. For an inveterate tinker-er, this guitar might be rather disappointing.... The fingerboard appears to be rosewood, although others claim ebony. Either way, it's nice and smooth, looks good, and has tasteful inlays, cleanly done. Very hard to put this one down, it just wants to be played. After a day of adjustments, the pickups sound even better than they did out of the box. While not *quite* as sweet as alnico, they definitely are the best sounding ceramics i've encountered. Lowering the polepieces and raising the overall height helped a lot. Under extreme distortion, they can be a bit loose sounding, but not unbearably so. Setup was pretty good out of the box, although the intonation was off a bit. My biggest complaint here is the slot head screws, with the adjustment ends positioned toward the bridge pickup. Who decided this was the optimum way to do this??? Worse, it's going to need redone when i restring with 12s. i tried to get pictures that show the body and particularly the wood at it's most visible. My only real complaint with this guitar is the input jack. Getting the cord unplugged is challenging with just fingertips. No danger of the cord being accidentally pulled out, but i do have a scuff in the finish where the knurling hit the edge of the pocket on one or two occasions.