So I'm in my local shop today and I see this used, plain slab LP type Gibson guitar. It has no markings on the truss rod cover, plain red stain on mahogany, mahogany neck (unlike last year's maple), humbuckers with black open coils and a wrap around bridge, but not the lightening. Just the plain round bar type like the 50s type. I went home and called the store and they said it was an LPJ but they couldn't (or wouldn't) tell me anything more. I'll go back in later this week and get the number, but meanwhile, could anyone tell me what this model is? I've only seen wrap around bridges on LPJs with P90s, never with buckers. All the recent LPJs I've seen have also only had the lightening style wrap around, never the plain bar. They also had two from last year's stock. I could tell from the 12th fret inlay. I played all three unplugged (the store was pretty quiet) and there was no doubt the older used one was way better.For me this might be a very good alternative to an SG. That's the rational I'm using for today. I think I'll have to think of a better one for my wife... Anyway, is anyone here familiar with this particular variant of the LPJ and from what year(s) they were made? You can help enable with information. Thanks!