Dustin bought #073, the green beauty, from me a while ago. It turns out his dad wanted to learn guitar since he has some time on his hands. He ended up liking one that I had already built but wanted a maple neck and some shotgun shell knobs on it. It has the same pickups as Dustin's guitar, a Dream 90 and a Seymour Duncan Hot Lead, but this guitar has a few unusual things about it. It has the control wiring in the back so it doesn't need the traditional cover on the front. That leaves the knobs coming right out of the wood front. I ended up cutting down a control plate to house the 3-way switch. The plate and bridge are sporting my new method of "chrome removal". It strips the chrome completely off and leaves the copper base. It's a nice option. I tried several custom pickguards on it but even though they looked good on their own they didn't suit the guitar, so I went with a traditional black guard but cut the top horn off of it. It also has a heavily carved body.