Asking here because my memory got jogged today, and extensive searching online has come up empty. About 40 years ago, for a few months I owned a Gibson electric that had the name "Conservatory" on the truss rod cover, that I purchased used. It had an ES style body with a cherry sunburst finish, dot markers on the fretboard, and two single coil pickups that were not P-90s but more like those of a Strat -- the pickups were under black plastic covers with no exposed polepieces, and were mounted to the body with a chrome plated oval ring. It had one volume and one tone control, two slide switches for the pickups, and all of these were mounted on a Telecaster-ish chrome plate that sat below the lower sound hole. Tuners, I think, were button Klusons with pressed bushings. Anyone else ever seen one of these? I looked for a photo, but couldn't find one, nor could I find anything in writing about this guitar.