Hello to all ... and politics aside! Came across this in a Guitar magazine over here: Now it's not going to bother me and the little ol'e band I play with, but it strikes me that, on a quid pro quo basis, it could also possibly affect players coming to the UK of GB & NI (for non-Brits = Britain to all effect), either from within the EU or outside of it. ie. Previously, within the EU we're all cool and if you live outside the EU, presumably, your country has an agreement whereby if you're playing/touring in Europe you can bring your CITEs affected guitars with no problem. If the UK does leave the EU - presumably your country will need to arrive at a new CITES permit agreement with the UK before you can bring any affected guitars/gear here with you? Hopefully the powers that be have already resolved all this - but I'd hate to think of someone having their gear impounded on arrival at a UK border! Be interested to know if anyone can find a reciprocal US .gov webpage about this, or even French/German etc one?