http://www2.gibson.com/Products/Ele...on-USA-Anniversary-Flood-Les-Paul-Studio.aspx I ran into this and had to shake my head in disgust. For Gibson to make money off the suffering of so many people, especially musicians, some of whom lost all of their equipment is just beyond common decency. I've been the victim of two separate floods and unless you have been there, you can't imagine what something like this does to you both financially and spiritually. I read the ad and NOWHERE did I see that any money from the sales of these guitars would be donated to any charities. What's next? A japanese manufacturer offering a Tsunami/Reactor Meltdown guitar? Nah...they have too much class for something like that. ***************************** Gibson USA Anniversary Flood Les Paul Studio The Nashville flood of May 2010 devastated not only the city in general but the music community in particularand Gibson lies right at the heart of that community. Countless guitars, both vintage and new, were subsumed by waters that seemed would never stop rising, and for many of their players it was hard to see how this community would ever recover. But however hard the times, and even in our darkest hours, the music lives on. To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the flood, Gibson USA presents the Anniversary Flood Les Paul Studio, a special-issue model that represents the enduring ability of the human spirit to salvage the music from the raging waters. Dressed in the minimalist Studio style, these guitars nevertheless offer a stunning new look in two commemorative high-gloss nitrocellulose finishes: Marbelized Blue Swirl Burst, and Marbelized Green Swirl.