Couldn't resist it. I chopped in my Amalio Burguet M3, my Vintage V300 and my Epiphone DR 100 for a Sigma JM SG-45 (Gibson J45 rip off)
It is utterly stunning and a Gibson J45 Standard/Vintage at a fraction of the cost. It is better than the current Gibson Standard and halfway towards a True Vintage in terms of looks, sound and playability if not in wood specs (merely a laminate back and sides.) But hey. I'm no longer a wood snob and the price is low-ish for a reason.
I've got it home and forgotten already that I'm not actually playing a well made Gibson - it is that bang on. The finish is top notch and they have the tobacco sunburst just right. It comes with a Sonitone pick-up which I've used before and know to be good. https://youtube.com/watch?v=V_9GPD3xaqc
I traded the Burguet for £350 (bought for £550) as it has a fault owing to me taking it in and out of hot restaurants during winter for years. It had a belly bulge and the bridge was tilting towards the sound hole causing intonation issues. (No wonder I'd stopped enjoying playing it.) The DR100* and V300 I'd bought second hand for £80 and £100 respectively and had them for a couple of years. I had to make space and couldn't justify keeping them.
I'm a bit of a tart when it comes to guitars and I use Mansons as hire shop and 'library.' I think they must love me. This may just have revitalised my interest in playing again - and buys me another few years of trying out their rare vintages.
*I was sorry to see the DR100 go - I cannot praise it highly enough. Alas the Sigma covers its niche.