Crazy Carl's Guitars, that is, serial #1 Sorry for the crap pics. It's late, lighting, no photo skills, etc. Guitar is much more of a 'cherry' shade. So, yeah, this is what access to a shop, MANY hours, many questions of luthier friends (thanks, fellas) & sheer determination turn into. Basic specs- solid mahogany (1 piece body, 1 piece neck), flat top, macassar ebony board w/abalone dots, 5 ply body & 3 ply headstock binding, Stew Mac #154 fretwire (as tall as 6100s, but a touch narrower), Gotoh/TonePros bridge, Wolfetone P90s (540K CTSs w/.015 Orange Drop) & Gotoh mini locking tuners w/18:1 ratio. Body wood was VERY dry & very light, neck super dense, stiff & perfectly 1/2 sawn. CA porefill, shellac sealer coat & rattle-can nitro (in my basement storage room!). Plays real nice. RESONANT! This baby's louder, unplugged, than any semi-hollow or hollow body I've heard. The entire guitar just vibrates like mad w/every note. The Wolfetone P90s rip! Told him to wind me up some Mississippi Queen, Slow Ride & Bad Motor Scooter, all rolled into one & voila. Killer set of Soapbars. Prettiest neck pickup tone I've heard. The bridge p/u is super fat/full, but with a top-end bite that'll rip yer face off. Me likey She dresses out in the 7 1/2 to 8 lbs range (guesstimate, feels pretty light). Still gotta monkey w/pickup height a bit & flip one of the p/u's mags, as they're outta phase, but no biggy. I'm telling you, that neck pickup is outrageous & the bridge just flat out wails. With that .015 tone cap, it gives up a perfect 'notched wah' tone w/the tone control rolled back. Oh yeah, BIG neck. 1 1/32" at the 1st fret, tapering to 1 1/8" at the 10th. Very soft, mild V shape down low, tapering into a nice D shape up high. Don't even really notice the size. So yeah, I'm pretty stoked. I was scared it'd be a turd & am so relieved it actually kicketh some booty.