Here's a pic of my SGs. 63 Junior 61 Standard and 62 Special. Way back in December 17 I posted about having inherited the Standard from my sadly demised brother-in-law. It had been 'customised' in the 80s by UK luthier John Birch who did nasty things to vintage guitars on instructions of his clients. This 61 had been refinished in thick poly green to black-burst. About 3mm of poly entombed the whole guitar - even the fretboard. He put in a 70s Gibson fine tuning tailpiece, way too low and other bad mods. But amazingly the PAFs were still there and most of the hardware and plastics. So JKG guitars in London did a major restoration job with a brilliant aged Polaris White nitro finish to cover the wood repairs. Great also that when Joe stripped it there were no hidden breaks or repairs - made sure we got some pics. I replaced the tuners and bridge with quality repro parts, and with great help from Dan at Mojoaxe fashioned one of the Gibson repro nickel sideways vibrolas to fit with one of Dan's vibrostop blocks to replace the useless sideways mechanism. It's now done and looks about as cool as a 61 can. I did find images online of 3 Polaris White Standards done by Gibson as custom orders. Absolute tone monster, I'm convinced the vibrostop makes a huge difference to tone, sustain and tuning stability. So it took the best part of 3 years but was worth the waiting.