I have posted pictures of the guitar before and was asked to create is own thread. My lust after a vintage Pelham blue SG started with Lenny. After looking and realizing I would never be able to afford the 20k plus standard. I bought a 1966 Pelham blue melody maker. The guitar didn’t have a lot of original parts. The pots, pickguard and tuners were all aftermarket. I decided to put a Seymour Duncan antiquity PAF and had Dan at MojoAxe cut a new guard. I also got a new bridge from Dan. After this it sounded great but the skinny nut and weird neck shape kept it from being perfect. I had Lay’s guitar (the same shop that worked on Page’s number one) reneck the guitar using the same fretboard and truss rod. I was torn whether or not I should do that to a vintage guitar. So I decided if I was going to do it it had to be something Gibson could have built. So I made it an SG melody maker special using the period correct binding, headstock inlays and tort shell fret makers.