I HAVE BEEN ON THE INTERNET AGAIN!!! After a year of hardly spending any money i managed to save up more money than i initially thought. Therefor i could not resist to buy these 2 baby's. gibson SG tribute in satin cherry red (it's not as bright red as in this photo, it's probably because of the lightin) Les Paul tribute in satin honeyburst I love the rounded neck profile. It's close to the shape of my Epi LP STD 60's but ever so slightly thicker (though very close to it) they both sound and play great. The LP fortunately isn't as heavy as my EPi LP, has a bit more clarity in the sound but because of the weight relief doesn't have as much sustain. I don't need my tones to ring out for nearly a minute (which the Epi easily does) so that's not a problem. The thing i was most surprized about was the SG... NO NECKDIVE!!! Where my vintage G400 wants to dive head first all the way to China, the SG stays in place perfectly. I really did not expect that. As far as i can remember all Gibson and Epiphone SG models i've seen have neckdive. The satin finished necks are real smooth too, and they don't get sticky when my hands get sweaty. unfortunately they didn't come with a hardshell case but a ''soft case'', a fancy gigbag. eventhough they are just a few months apart in manufacturing date they have slightly different gigbags. The SG came with a gigbag with one shoulderstrap attached in the middle on top and can be attached to either side, whichever you prefer) the LP has 2 straps just like a regular backpack. I have a hardshell case for the SG, but i'm waiting for the Les Paul cases to come back in stock. The neck profiles on both Tribute models are the same. So if you like an SG with a slightly fatter neck than a regular slim taper on most SG's without neckdive and you don't care much for fancy inlays or binding and don't care for a gloss finish much, this is certainly one to check out.