Hey all, first post on the forum, so thanks in advance for all your help and support! At my local antique shop, there is a vendor who will flip older/ low end guitars and sometimes nicer models (Gibson, Danelectro, Taylor, etc.). For the most part he is knowledgable and reasonable about prices, but occasionally his listings seem questionable. Currently he an SG for sale which he claims to be a 2002 SG Standard. First off, the serial number puts it at a 2000. Second, while know it is not a "faded" model due to the gloss finish, the pups are uncovered, it has dot inlays, and there is no binding on the neck. In my experience, that all adds up to a Special model, not a Standard. However, I know certain models out of the 70's had dot inlays, and I've seen a few at Guitar Center deemed Standards like that as well. For $899, I want to know what I'm buying. It feels solid, neck is what I like, the finish is somewhere around a mahogany or a walnut (it's nut-worthy). But if I could grab the same thing at $500 somewhere else... you get it. Is this actually a Standard? Worth the buy???