I don't think that this was an Orca...my guess was that it was an *early* Dolphin. I don't believe that any of the US dealers got an Orca for the reasons mentioned above.I played three Hubers a couple summers ago at the Amp Shop in Sherman Oaks. They struck me as nicely made Les Paul type guitars. But there was, IMO, nothing particularly special about them (compared to other "pretty top" guitars from PRS et al) other than their price tag...which was VERY high. IIRC, a two-HB-pickup set neck guitar with a T-o-M bridge, 2V and 2T knobs and a quilted maple top was in the 3500/4000 range...something like that. Sorry, but I can run the racks and find an excellent Les Paul for WAY less than that. There was nothing wrong with the Hubers, they were nice...just not a good value. That was my opinion.