I get that name dropping can be viewed as crass in some circles, but it seems like, if there’s an appropriate time to do it, it’s when you’re trying to shake money out of someone’s pockets. It seems crazy to ask someone to pay $175K, plus shipping, for something owned by a celebrity, and then start playing coy about which celebrity actually owned it. The bulk of the asking price is obviously based on that prior owner and not, for example, the number of knobs or switches or pickups featured on the guitar. Or is this guitar really so famous i should have recognized it on sight? I’ve seen the unidentified guitarist, whose name rhymes with Frilly Scribbons, in concert, and I’ve don't recall seeing a PRS Explorer in his arsenal. And let’s face it, people are going to pay a lot more for a Frilly Scribbons guitar than one owned by, I don’t know, Fred Durst.