I went to GC tonight totally intending on scoping out an amp I was interested in. Didn't see it but found an interesting item. First I tried to take an ebony SG down but it was just out of my reach so I went for something else easier to reach. I like the amp but I want to hear it with humbuckers so I asked a taller employee to take down the SG. The second I put my left hand on it I thought "ooo nice neck". It was surprisingly close to being in tune. It had been quiet until another customer started checking out a guitar. He was good and slightly loud. I tuned up the SG and didn't try to play along with the other guy but did my own thing, often in key so we didn't clash. Since he was playing fairly loud I didn't go Spinal Tap but I enjoying some righteous tone. I hadn't realized an hour had passed until an employee said "liking that SG, huh?" I got convinced to try an application for a store card, fully expecting to be declined. He came back and said I got approved. 45 day return policy. Sold. I only played it tonight I didn't do any adjustments other than tune it. The dang thing plays really nice and now that I finally stop playing everything on 10 all the time I was coaxing a lot of righteous tone out of it. I'm going to oil the board, change the strings, polish the frets (which are already nice) and massage the nut. I haven't weighed it but it's nice and light. Even with Grovers it doesn't neck dive and sits obediently on your lap. It came with a really nice gig bag that I like better than a HSC. In the pocket was a snapshot print of the guitar on the inspection bench and the check off paperwork. It was built March 2019. I was totally not expecting to buy a guitar. I knew that I didn't want to order one online but try it in person. I just never expected them to have a nice one on hand. I am still slightly in shock.