The second guitar is one of my own design. I wanted to do something unique that I hadn't see before, so I had a lot of fun with it.
The body is cherry, the neck is a mahogany/maple laminate sandwich. The fretboard is purpleheart with handmade curvy diamond MOP inlays. The headstock is a bookmatched curly maple veneer I resawed from a different project. You can see the contour I added to the front of it to give it something distinctive. The jack is located next to the hook at the bottom, just between the last two knobs.
I made up my own wiring scheme. The knob closest to the headstock is a blend pot so I can dial in any combination of the pickups. The next knob is a master volume. The third knob is a push-pull pot with two different tone options. And the fourth knob (nearest the base) is a five-way rotary switch with the following configurations:
1 - series humbuckers (neck and bridge)
2 - single coil (neck), series humbucker (bridge)
3 - single coil (neck and bridge)
4 - series humbucker (neck), single coil (bridge)
5 - parallel humbuckers (neck and bridge)
I've already got a laundry list of improvements I want to make for it on the next go around. :)
ETA: You can see the cherry board I used for this guitar in this post
in the thread where I detailed my first build last year.