Just before Christmas I received a new Suhr (ordered through Indoor Storm). I've had a few weeks with it, so here are some pics and a review. I'm a lifelong player and lover of T-Type guitars, and REALLY think John Suhr excells at these. Although I own two others, I wanted a guitar that could cover a lot of music, while still having Tele feel & flavors---AND be noiseless. As a big fan of the old black 70's Tele Customs and a huge fan of Terry Kath, Mike Stern and Andy Summers, I tired to put it all together in one instrument. I wanted something that could do rock, jazz, fusion, funk and R&B, with no compromises or noise. I wanted it to sound equally as good clean as dirty, playing rhythm or lead. Here it is: The specs: Lightweight ash body (whole guitar is about 6.5 lbs.), hand cut only with the square 1/8" body edges. The neck is a 56 Big V, quartersawn, with a very vintage feeling 7.5 to 9.5 inch radius, SS medium frets. Plus a "shorty" pickguard to compliment the 70's Custom vibe. It has a Suhr SSV humbucker in the neck and a Dimarzio Virtual Vintage Hot T in the bridge (GREAT pickup--the same that Vinetto uses). Suhr wired it per my specs with 5-way switching for neck, neck split, bridge and neck, bridge pickup w/tone control, bridge without tone ala Esquire. This swtching ROCKS! The guitar plays great, and I love the radius. Fretwork is stellar is usual. The quartersawn neck makes for a loud, immediate and punchy guitar---every note has some heft behind it--even the trebles, and it has a BIG bottom end. The SSV bucker is fantastic, and splits better than anything else I've tried. This is an exremely sweet & useable sound. The bridge pickup without tone control option lets me go from a darker bridge tone to a louder, brighter tone where I hear all the bass string windings, even with gain. I'm a happy guy. Suhr can count me once again as a satisfied customer. I will begin gigging with it next week, but it sounds fabulous through my rig right now. It is only going to get better. Here is a shot of the three T's together.