Hey all...Lentz lovers in particular: My WTB thread in the emporium has borne fruit. The flame-top HSL pictured below is en route!!!!!! Here is the description from the Lentz Forum: "Flame maple veneer top over lightweight swamp ash with vintage style binding and a nitrocellulose lacquer sunburst finish. Scott lacquered and tinted the guard, knobs and switch tip for that warm "vintage" look. The neck is our usual big Lentz profile. Lightweight and resonant with a Indian rosewood fingerboard inlayed with crowns. Lentz B'Kaster pickup in the "treble" position and L-90 in the "rhythm"" This guitar seems to have made quite a splash when introduced. It was built for the Chicago Tone Fest back on '06. According to Mr. Lentz, it was the first HSL to feature the flame-maple top and mahogany veneer sides and back. Scott called it a "monster guitar". He went on to say the top was from a stock of maple that is now gone. I've scoured the internet to find out everything I could about the axe. Here are some threads in which it is featured: http://www.lentzguitarforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=362 http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=144704 http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=153891 http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=144543 I want to learn the provenance and history of this guitar. Like "Chip", this is a well-traveled instrument. I know when it was made and where it premiered. I know the last two owners. If you know anything about this guitar, please speak up. It would be fun to know where it's been and what it's done in its lifetime. Of course.....I also welcome any "OMG", "nice guitar" and "PM when you want to sell" comments. And now, the moment you've been waiting for......PICS!!!