Thought I'd share in the Vintage section what I initially started talking to others about in the Norlin section. I came across a guitar on CraigsList advertised as a Strings n Things Les Paul made by Tom Keckler. After showing it to our fellow forum friends, 27Sauce suggested it might be a Junior from the 50s. I soon started doing my own research and came to the same conclusion. 50s LP Jr. + Strings n Things = Good! So, after a few days waiting for responses from the seller, I finally was able to pin down a time to go look at the guitar more directly. During this time I was in contact with Chris Lovell from Strings n Things in Memphis. He said "Yes, this looks like our work from the late 70s to early 80s." He asked for more pics, which I sent to him after I got it home today. Here are the pics. https://picasaweb.google.com/sangandongo/195XStringsNThingsModifiedLesPaulJunior# Nice taper... Nice shape... In person, you can tell on the bridge route where the original P-90 route was. Ah, yeah - that's what I needed to see in order to be sure. The truss nut and the shape of the truss route are right and line up where they should... Good angle. You can see the plug where the original wrap around bridge was. No matter what angle I turned the guitar, I couldn't show the same thing on the bass side, but upon very close inspection I could see the other plug. Note on this one that the top edge of the route is straight, just like that of a Junior would have been, since there would have only been two knobs. The pots date to 1978, fifth week, which gels with what the seller had told me. Sloppy routing for the switch - bid deal though.