For the first time this evening I played my Koll Glide Jr. that I bought from a fellow thegearpager. The guitar is solid korina body and neck, rosewood board with a p-90 in the neck and a rick-style horseshoe pickup in the bridge position. The guitar came to me with a kinked neck which could not be remedied because the truss rod was broken. A local luthier recommended major surgery to replace the truss rod. Upon my contacting him, Saul Koll agreed to make the neck good as new. In addition, I wanted to change the volume and tone pots and included those with the sick guitar. I received the guitar today, and the work is stupendous. The neck looks untouched and the finish is outstanding. The guitar plays beautifully. The horshoe pickup was the big attraction of the guitar -- I thought and hoped it would have a wild sound, i had Robert Randolph's trebly sound in mind. The sound is phenomenal. The horshoe makes a trebly sound with harmonics jumping out everywhere. It is very raw sounding -- like Neil Young's microphonic pickups -- but wonderfully musical. The guitar was originally made for a professional musician with which to play slide, and you immediately see why. Many David Lindley-type sounds coming from this unassuming marvel. The neck p-90 has a fundamentally darker sound (not much of a surprise)., but there are many musical colors in that pickup. I had volume contraints given the time of night I could play, so I cannot wait to really open up my amp and allow the pickups to shine. In short, I am thrilled with this guitar. And I have Saul Koll to thank for giving incredible attention to it even though he was helping someone who had bought one of his products used. Superb work. I am grateful and thankful to Saul for his efforts and am looking forward to many more hours with this nasty guit.