Got this guitar a few weeks ago. It came in an original Gibson USA explorer case. The guitar and case appear to be possibly 20 to 30 years old. - all mahogany body and set neck with lacquer finish - r/w fretboard with 22 frets - real MOP fret markers and real MOP Gibson "G" inlay in headstock - slim "U" profiled neck, only way I can describe it - fretboard radius is about 9.5 to 7.25 back to 9.5, using my radius gauges - gold hardware, no markings on tuners - CTS pots and decent wiring - Seymour Duncan pickups, possibly from the 80's? See pics. The only markings on the guitar is the Gibson-styled "G" on the headstock. Some dimensions: - 1.5 inch body thickness - 1.55 inch neck width at 1st fret - 1.96 inch neck width at 12th fret - .779 inch neck thickness at 1st fret - .824 inch neck thickness at 1st fret The pickups: neck: 59B - no logo - SH-1b - '59 Model, bridge bridge: - DD-M - SH-6b - Duncan Distortion, bridge It plays well and the pickups sound pretty good to my ears. Stays in tune. Looks great, lot of little playing marks, dings, a chip or two. One issue though, the truss rod cover does not lay flat and flush to the headstock because the end of the truss rod sticks up a bit. So the truss rod cover is curved. See pics. Chances are that this is a pretty well made copy that some luthier did back in the day. But, if you have any other info to offer or ideas or questions, please feel free to post.