This is the last year they made the all mahogany bodies and necks. The tone difference is dramatic and (I think) much better than the maple necks the following years. This is the last of the models made in the desirable Kalamazoo, MI factory, before they moved to the Nashville, TN plant. Plays and sounds like a dream. This is one of my favorite guitars, but I've got a '67 Camaro RS convertible that is one week (or less) away from a completion on a complete restore and now is not the time to take money out of stock investments, so I'm parting with some gear. All original, other than the pickups and tuners. I have one of the original pickups, but the two in it now are Seymour Duncan JB TB-4 (bridge) and AlNiCo II (neck). The frets are small, and low, and it absolutely plays like butter! It has the normal yellowing of the alpine white into a more creme color, "Twentieth Anniversary" engraved on the 15th fret (factory). Gold hardware, with black witch hat knobs and pickguard. Everyone wants this guitar and I hate to sell it. Asking $3,000. No breaks or repairs. I have created a web page for it with very detailed information and detailed pictures: Please see http://www.chatbase.com/lespaul/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information or questions you might still need. I'd love to keep this, if possible, so email or call me before I change my mind or get money from another source or a sale of other gear. Thanks! PS: Yes, it comes with the case. PSS: While I'm new to this forum, I am a known member at the HC forums, among other popular forums (having sold and bought and traded gear for years), and have 100% feedback on ebay (I just don't want to list on ebay -- my member name there is "timgreer"). Thanks again.