That thar Morgan Kelsey feller frum 'up north' dun wrote: >fresh [guitar] pron? WHERE!?!?!? Hi Nagrom! C- C- C- C a n ' t T- T- T- t y p e ... fingers sore ... cheeks aching ... ... too much "pickin & grinnin" goin on 'round heah! ... ;-) Too busy playing to take pictures last night ... so let's beat up the server for a music shop up in Michigan! These are the best pictures I could find on the web of a guitar "close" to mine: http://www.elderly.com/new_instruments/items/PSE.htm Purty, huh! A new blonde in the house! ;-) There *are* a couple of differences ... I think the body shape on mine is just a little more 'rounded' ... more like this: http://elderly.com/images/new_instruments/20N/SJ25MYR_front.jpg I also think the purfling on mine may border that portion of the neck that sits _on_ the guitar body. (It doesn't look to do that in the pictures above.) There was a slight 'intonation' problem. The first string buzzed a bit above the 14th fret. I had them make a slight neck adjustment to clean that up ... and throw on a fresh set of Elixers ... before I took her home. Great voice! Actually a 'bigger' voice that I was expecting. Before I got her home I had thought she had a smaller voice than a Gibson ... [as well rounded I thought and perhaps a tad more 'balanced' across the frequencies] ... but the tone at home surprised me. This is not a 'small' voice. She's got the roundness, ring, and sustain of a much older guitar. That maple back also gives you great vibration to 'feel' the music against your ribs! ;-) (Man, I thought you only got that in a 'jumbo', not in the 'OM' or '000' kind of smaller sized bodies ... cooool!) I'm a very very happy camper. The look. The feel. The voice. She most definitely *is* ... 'all that'! RonL.