I remember these from the 90's and early 00's and thought they were so incredibly cool and modern. I remember mustering up the money to order one and went through my local guitar center back in the early 2000's. I even spoke to the local area rep, who was super cool. I was going to order one with the super cool (at the time, mind you) Roland 13-pin set up, piezo, etc. Well, after 6 months and no word, GC refunded my deposit. I think the company just stopped production. I don't know why these guitars didn't take off? Looking at modern offerings today, I see Suhr, Anderson, and likely other brands fitting into this modern territory, but barely any acknowledgment or mention of Brian Moore guitars. I'd still like to own one, someday. I remember the MC1 had a paper thin neck and was made of graphite. Not sure what kind of tone you'd get out of a graphite guitar, as I never got to plug it in. Plus, way pricey. The C90 looked insanely cool and that would be the one I'd find most interesting. I did a search on TGP and not much came up. It's clear these were super nice, USA built guitars, that didn't seem to gain traction and have very low resale value, for some reason. Any experience, thoughts, or comments on these guitars? Curious to know if TGP folks have owned one at some point. Post pics if you've got 'em!!