Contemplating buying an SG with Headstock Repair ... am I nuts? '68 SG Special, the repair looks solid, done by a pro. The price is right because of said repair. It has a veneer over the back of the headstock covering the crack. I'd probably punt my 2000s SG Standard and put the cash towards it. Always preferred P90s over HBs anyway. I know everyone says glue is stronger than wood anyway, and a well-done repair will generally be strong. Bridge is obviously non-original, but I don't like the vibrola anyway. Had two 60s SG Jrs with them, and ended up taking them off in favour of a wraparound bridge anyway. Am I nuts?