I've played all my life (almost 40 years now) and believe it or not, I've never played a Gibson before. Always been set on bridge pup with tone fully open type of player. Anyway, picked up a 2018 SG Special. Man, wish I had tried this before. This has quickly become a revolutionary moment for me and wow, my favorite guitar now. Maybe it's the "slim taper" neck, the light weight, it just fits me better than anything ever has, all of the above - whatever. Anyway, a question about controls. Not sure if this is how it's supposed to be on this particular guitar, on all such Gibson setups, or if something is wrong. Tone control positions are irrelevant to this question. Neck pup selected, works great and as expected. Bridge pup selected, same thing. But, when I'm in middle position with both pups active and both volumes all the way up, it's fine. If I roll off, say the neck volume, it slowly rolls off with the rear volume becoming more prevalent however when that vol control reaches 0 all sound is completely cut off. Nothing. Go back to 1 and the other pickup comes back on. Slowly roll up and the neck pup slowly gains back into the mix. The same is true if reversed: if both vols are all the way up and I slowly roll off the bridge vol control, the bridge pup slowly lessens in the mix until I hit 0 on that bridge vol control and then bam, all sound is cut off even from the neck pup. Now I can learn to do some cool stuff with this behavior but seems to me if one vol control is completely rolled off to 0 I should simply be left with only the other pup producing output ..rather than it also completely shutting off at that 0 point. Hope that made sense. Is this normal behavior for Gibsons with this pup/controls setup or for this specific SG or do I have something not working right?