So i bought this one back in 2012
Payed 1200$ for a beat up '69 Sg.
A bit much considering it was not in good shape.
Tuners was a joke, electronic and pickups (dimrzio) needed to be replaced. Frets was worn down.
So i decided to be patience, and take it bit by bit.
So it did't feel so expensive
Now i'm finally at the end, it's and awesome guitar.
Things i'm done over the years
Kluson Deluxe tuners
-D.allan powerage T-Top pickups
Crazy parts Maestro Vibrola(long version)
Switchcraft and CTS electronic
witch hat knobs
Faber Wraparound bridge
So i know a lot of money, but over the years it don't feel so bad.
And i always wanted a vintage guitar
Got a few sg's and a Les paul a Gretsch and a strat.
And hands down, in the coach unplugged the '69 sg beat 'em all. Sounds great plugged to, but the difference really shines unplugged