The pictures below are from the gentleman from whom I bought the guitar, David R-a terrific person! I'll post some of my own when I get the chance... This is my third Anderson; one was a Hollow T I had to sell for economic reasons and the other was a 90's sunburst Hollow Classic I had to sell to pay for my brother's funeral. David had this one in the guitar emporium, and I had to go for it-the "Anderson itch," a pretty guitar at a very fair price. This one is a 2005, bookmatched Swamp Ash top on a Swamp Ash body with a nice faux binding. Stainless steel frets, vintage-voiced pickups, pull up on the tone to add the bridge pu to the neck... It sounds like a nice old Strat but with a bigger bottom and a sweeter top end. I've played it for a few hours tonight into a Zinky Mofo and Zinky 2x12 cab and a Matchless Lightning-it sounds amazing, with a bit more midrange "push" than my older one, which is a good thing indeed. These guitars just are testimonies to build quality, playability and tone. I wrote to the company a few days back with a question and comment and Tom himself wrote back just a short while later-a class act, that man.