Came into possession of this very interesting prototype Hawk. It was built 2 years before the Blueshawks came into regular production. I have owned a couple in the past, and when I saw this, I had to have it. I know very little about its history, other than it's thought to be a prototype owned at one time by a session player name William (Bill or Will) Weston... It's different than a standard Blueshawk in the following ways, -Custom Shop logo on the back of the neck/headstock -no f-holes -what appears to be an all mahogany body -solid body -transperent red over mahogany finish (just like an SG) -no "dummy coil" pickup through a plastic cavitiy in the back -tone pot located "behind" the 3 way switch -3 position "varitone" knob in the middle of the 3 knobs -very different volume, tone and varitone knobs -fatter neck profile -no diamond fret position markers- they are round perloid -no "Blueshawk" decal on the body above thw neck -correct fitting black tolex hard shell case It's seems to me to have more sustain and complex tone than the standard Blueshawks I have had. Has anyone come across this one or anything like it?