I have been thinking about whether or not to come back here and post some interesting (to me at least) things that I have found about the whole learning process of guitar ownership and learning to play. Not only care and maintenance but also embarking on my first setup and string selection and the sheer volume of conflicting information 'out there' that made this whole process seem more daunting than it actually needs to be. This setup was for my acoustic, and I'll post about that in the appropriate forum here a bit later on. I've also found a huge amount of learning information 'out there' and 95% of it is the same, and doesn't teach what I want to learn. So that has also been a challenge. More on that later too. I still have and love my Epiphone acoustic and I also have a second hand (or third hand) Epiphone SG. I work mostly from about 6pm until 3am (from home) so I get to play the acoustic during the day, and the SG (unplugged) at night! So I get lots of practice time and the results of all the effort is very pleasing. So anyway, I'll post about what I've learned and how I learned it which may be of interest (or not) to other learners who don't want to play the obligatory Brown Eyed Girl or Knockin on Heavens Door etc etc! Cheers and over and out!