I went out to meet a friend and he took me to a nearby instrument shop where I saw the SG bass. I don't know why they call it SG, it looks like an EB-3, but anyways... This one had a mahogany satin finish, not the usual glossy red. It was short scale, had one mudbucker and one bridge pick-up. It felt light. The bass sounded nice and fat, a bit low on the treble side, but that may have been the amp, a solid-state 100W Orange. It was comfortable to play, even with high action. Overall a nice, decent, respectable bass with usable sound. I personally didn't feel any impulse to buy it though, already having a P bass and not feeling like this would enrich my sound portfolio by much.