Okay so last Friday I had the oppurtunity to play something really cool: an SG bass from the 60s! Of course I know it's not really called the SG bass, but that's how I see it. Anyway, I couldn't bring my new Spector to try out, so I used the only thing they had in the Green Shed (I guess it's considered as a studio. A band called The Julius Airwave uses it. My band works with the father of...I think the bass player) at the time. Usually there's a Telebass and a RIC, but hey, I needed a bass. I picked it up, and noticed it looked pretty worn out. I asked how old it was, and Mr. Henry (as we call him) told me it was from '62 or '63. I was completely blown away! I didn't look on the body for the exact model, but I think it's an EB-0, but I'm not expert. Basically just a volume and a control knob, a humbucker at the neck, and a pick guard with some kind of thumbrest on it. It has a cherry finish, although it's pretty faded and looks like mahogony now. Also had Gibson's notorious neck dive, which I found fun to play with. I couldn't really judge how it sounds, because for one thing I was going up against two probably 100-watt guitar amps that were playing louder than they needed, and the amp I was using was a small Kustom that looked probably as old as the guitar. Couldn't hear it too well, but it gave off this sort of funky "mmmwuh" sound. So yeah. I'm really glad I had the oppurtunity to actually play a vintage bass. But just out of curiousity, does anyone know how much one of these things could sell for?