It really feels like the new SGs are a pretty flat hierarchy with quality across the range. I see it as a modern equal but completely opposite to the Epiphone SG Special P90. With the P90s you get a couple of really strong and well defined vintage tones. With the the Muse you have modern features like coil split/taps, giving you a real variation in sounds. While both models are very different with their purpose, they are aligned with their build quality and attention to detail. The 2020 Epiphone range feels genuinely special. For the first time since I started playing 15 years ago, it makes you really question whether a Gibson is worth the extra - something that Squier has been doing incredibly since the Classic Vibe range came out.
This search was of no use at all - please try harder next time :)
It shows it sitting between standard and custom.
Sadly, not a helpful search. But thanks for trying (y)