This guitar was a rarity for 2019, and no one has seen it yet. It was an "exclusive" from AMS dot com and the only 2019 SG Standard to come out of the GIBSON factory w/Maestro Vibrola that was NOT a Custom Shop offerring.The CUSTOM Shop Maestro is Nickel as well....My Standard's Maestro is Chrome. It is also not an SG Standard '61, nope! The Guitar is just a regular production model 2019 SG Standard w/Maestro Vibrola, with the neck joint @ the 19TH Fret (which was a must for me). It is also the only 2019 SG Standard to have '57 Classic Pick-Up's, STOCK. The P-up's are NOT the '61 R&T combo, which I did not want either. To top it off it is finished in an 'exclusive' color as well, AGED CHERRY, which appears Black/Ebony in certain lighting etc etc....as far as how the li' beastie sounds.....it is a BAD-A$$ little axe, if I do say so myself. However I think my 2017 SG Standard is a slightly better sounding guitar and w/Locking Grover T.M.'s & Rolled Binding it takes the cigar between the two as to which may be a better insturument. Adding the Les Trem II was also a mod that did not alter the 2017 Standard, on and off in minutes. Overall, two great American made classic Guitars.My Hat is off to GIBSON USA as since 2016 they seem to be making a solid comeback. All the 2017-2019 GIBSON's I have purchased are massive Guitars.The USA line still needs to start shielding their guitars again, in factory, and that is my only issue w/GIBSON at the moment. My only real regret is that I did not buy two or three of the 2017 SG Standards, for $1300 new, they were a steal and I did not realize it at the time.2020 SG Standard '61's are over $2K, w/Tax, out-the-door, FFS ! BTW, has anyone seen another of the 2019 SG 'STANDARD' Maestro's ? The CUSTOM Shop Maestro's are out there but the Standard Maestro's......IDK, not so much ? KEEP ROCKIN' !