The latest build by my g/f Dawn of Naked Body Guitars. Body was made in a shop by a guy who didn't take "exact specs" into consideration, and he threw on a quick nitro finish in Black with no sealer. The Fender neck was done in a blotchy orange (shade similar to Nash). Dawn stripped it and mildly toned it down...as well as the Inca Silver, which she "warmed" the finish in the clear coat. Lots of coats on this one. Her shop reshaped the neck to a nice V and had to do a lot of work to make the body paintable and have parts fit correctly. They made the guard from a sheet of old (60's) Italian Acryllic. The edges were rolled on the top to match the rounded edges of the body. It's a bit thicker than a regular guard. The light "bounces" in it, like a nice flame maple. Look at the tip of the horn....it's like an Opal. This one took a lot of work, and the new owner is thrilled. He handed her a "rough" guitar and got back a beautiful piece. The headstock is Inca to match, and yes, it's lefty-strung-righty..