I don't know man Stones have had some weird openers. Sugar Ray is one off the top of my head. But I get what you're saying. Anywho, that guitar is truely a time capsule and I wonder how many vintage Les Pauls even exist in that condition, with those extras, with that provenance (one owner, documented with waranty card). I'd say VERY few. As an example, when Joe Bonamassa did his first signature with Gibson, he was given a prototype and the first 3 off the line. He said fans assume he just has tons of untouched guitars in cases, waiting to sell or pass on, or gift out... but it's not the case. He had 4. Kept the prototype and 001, gave his Dad 002, and his manager 003. Then traded the prototype to Normans, after giging with it for awhile.