Came across this on Craigslist recently. I'd kind of been looking for something in this direction for a while...archtop, F holes, hollow or semi hollow. I wasn't sure what it was, and it took some serious Googlefu to find out what it is. Curiously, someone here on MLP has one, and it seemed like a good third of all the pics of it online were of his guitar... Apparently they're pretty uncommon. Information is a bit vague and conflicting on points. One thing I did read is these shipped in Gibson cases, which might mean this is the original case. It's had a few pieces changed out over the years, but there's no cracks in the wood or binding anywhere. I must say, I love the (non original)pickguard on it..really good color match too. Knobs, truss rod cover, and, sadly, the pickups (should be Maxon MMK-75's) have also been changed out. I had it for a week before I could get a chance to go through it and give it a cleaning. Looked like it hadn't had one in a while... Behind the Frequensator tailpiece...under the strings at the headstock looked similar. yucka... A few hours last weekend got her shined up pretty nicely. Original E tuners (Gotoh?), non original (but I kind of like it) TRC... Fretboard cleaned and oiled. Nice ebony board. Frets have an honest bit of wear to them. She's been loved. Non original neck pickup is actually a SD bridge model... This one was fairly easy to track down... Non original bridge pickup, on the other hand, eludes me. I suspect I may have to take the cover off (doesn't look original to the pickup anyway) to track down what it is... Any thoughts? From what I can see thru the F hole, the rest of the harness is the original from 1981. Spruce top, maple back/rim, mahogany center block. 3 piece maple neck. She is a pretty ol' gal. Think I'll keep her for a while. Plays pretty damn nice now, after a good going through and a new set of flatwound 11's. Cheers! B.