Hello! This is my first post on the forum, so go easy on me. A couple years back I bought this Tele from a music museum (?) of sorts in Kentucky. It's a beautiful guitar with minimal wear that looks, plays, and sounds fantastic. I set it up with a lower action and swapped out the bridge pup for a Seymor Duncan vintage. All I knew about the guitar, though, was that it was an American Standard Tele. Once I got it, I did a serial number lookup and found that it was from late 2009/early 2010. When I searched the internet for that particular line of guitars, however, I could not find any that matched mine exactly. There were plenty of sunbursts with either a white pickguard and a rosewood neck, or a black guard and a maple neck -- but none with a black guard and rosewood neck like mine. I know that the most likely explanation is that the original owner simply swapped the guard or the neck on their own, but I'm curious to see if anyone here can tell me otherwise. I love buying unique guitars, and especially love the story that comes with them, so I'd just like to see if I can get some (other) explanation for this lovely Tele's distinct set of features. Many thanks for any help/thoughts!