I have a KTR select for sale on reverb. I've recently sold a LED-1959 aged goldtop model as well. With K&T clicks (if I'm not mistaken).It seems that Crews has had many limited runs of high-spec models. Some are similar across the board, e.g., Honduran Mahogany, Brazilian rosewood, k&t pickups. Does anyone know if there are drastic differences, say, in wood quality, from one run from the other? I ask because some are marketed as air dried for 10 or 30 years, coming from stashes of wood that have been collected for decades... In particular, the LED series and Collector's Select series. Generally, I feel like Crews has a more "buzzwordy" marketing strategy vs. Tokai, Navigator, or Momose. I hope I am wrong and that the product backs up the talk!
Anyhow, I just purchased a Crews K&T Gravity LP and can't wait to try it out.
For those looking to demystify some of the limited runs, here are some product links:
K&T Collector's Select Gravity and HRM models:
K&T KTR Select FM and QM:
Still looking to get some primary info on the LED series, since they seem to be the first few runs.