Nice ASAT! I agree, that's unusual. One of the attractive features of G&Ls is the variability in details - makes them feel unique and more fun to talk about. Here I disagree. That's a bicut neck in the photo. You can see the seam down the center where the woodgrain doesn't match. I had a 4-bolt Legacy from the same era (1997-98, which is the transition era from 3 bolt to 4 bolt) and it had a bicut neck. I've read that G&L stopped producing the bicut necks at some point, but it was more recent than 1997-98. Enjoy your guitar! You'll be amazed at the tones you can wrangle out of those MFDs, and the sustain, comfort, solid feel, and adjustability of that bridge.