1978. It’s a model of which not many units were made. It was an alternative to the Gibson Les Paul: it has 24 frets, it is lightweight, and provides a better accessibility to the high notes. It’s not as well-known as her bigger sister SG 2000, but it’s an excellent guitar. It has an alder body with a thick top of maple (in fact, half and half) and the neck is maple with ebony fingerboard. I replaced the tuners for Grovers, the tailpiece for a Gibson TP6 with microtuners and the treble pickup for a DiMarzio Super Distortion. It has a mini-switch for phase-reversal so that when you turn on both pickups you get that typical Peter Green’s (later Gary Moore’s) Les Paul sound.