Here's mine: Her name is "Mona". She's a 2003 Historic '56 "Stinger" with a fat neck and a Brazlian rosewood fingerboard. The top is on the cusp of flame and quilt in an iced tea sunburst. It's lighter then it looks in the pictures. It has a black "stinger" on the back of the headstock. It was part of a run custom made for Music Machine in Washington state. I got it through a shop in New England. The original owner bought two and kept the one he thought was best. If this was the second, I'd like to see the first! I got it to replace the '68 gold top I had after high school. I was playing in a country-rock band and the LP had "too much sustain." I replaced it with the '66 Epiphone Riviera that is in the picture.