Scott, Ian and Scotty have done did it again. From the Lentz site, in the words of Ian Anderson: "I wanted to share one of the most striking looking guitars we have done in recent memory. This one features our newly reintroduced and engineered one piece maple neck with an 1-11/16 nut width. It has a different sound and response than the lam necks we are famous for. This is all in addition to some new pickups and electronics Scott has been working on. Body: Uber light flamed ash with lots of "character", shot with Scott's roundup orange nitrocellulose lacquer. Vinatge style steel block trem and a celluloid nitrate backplate. Electrics: Lexan pickguard back shot with metallic gold loaded with Lentz hand wound "S" pickups, Lentz custom spec pots, and a vintage paper in oil cap. Neck: Our newly reintroduced One Piece neck. Lentz spec eastern maple thats been air dried with plenty of character and figuring. Skunk stripe and plug are mahogany. Finished in nitrocellulose lacquer with a satiny slick feel. Shape is 1" thick all the way down with a slight V. Our new 1-11/16" nut width. Bone nut, nitro lacquer, vintage style gotoh machine heads, and german 6105 fret wire." Some eye candy - Nice. . . very nice!