I hadn't played this guitar for a long time but I was shuffling cases around in my storage area and I saw the name on the case and took the guitar out. It's an Epiphone Zephyr Blues Deluxe I got at Marr's Music maybe 12 or 13 years ago. I was playing with an Elvis impersonator then and wanted something similar to Scotty Moore's old Gibson Super 400 and this was all I could afford. I paid a grand for it with the hardshell case. I think the store price then was $999 or so. Anyway, it originally came with the "Frequensator" tailpiece that Epiphone used to use. Awhile back I found the gold Bigsby for $100 from a private party so that was a welcome addition along with a gold "roller" bridge from Stewart MacDonald. I also drilled a hole in each end of the wooden bridge base and screwed it down so it wouldn't move around.... I added the Gibson "Tulip" tuners and I made the "arm guard" for the upper bout on my trusty old scroll saw. The silver floral designs on the pickguard and armguard came from the local craft store. This guitar has no toggle switch but has three volume controls in a line for the pickups. The knob on the cutaway extension is a master tone control. I'm a long time Merle Travis fan and this guitar using just the neck and bridge pickups has the best "Travis" tone of any guitar in my collection. Now that I've rediscovered it, it's going to be used at a lot of my gigs for some special things............Here's some shots of it... Anyone else have one of these?.....JH in Va.