That's right, a Recording King RPS-7-E - 7th gen Dirty Thirties parlor with a goldfoil pickup. I'd owned a first-gen Dirty Thirties years ago, but the neck began lifting away from the body and actually taking the binding with it...a repair that's substantially more involved than a "simple" neck reset. The new one has a few small upgrades compared to the first gen - bound soundhole, Ping slotted tuners, trussrod adjustment at the heel. The sound is overall more jangly and bright than the first gen as well, which had more of a boxy or chunky sound. I almost passed on it because it sounded so lifeless inside the guitar store. Though, I was playing it right next to the humidifier which generated a ton of white noise, and playing it electrified through a super-clean acoustic amp. I went back a few weeks later and tried it again, after the guitar wouldn't leave my head. And I gotta say, it sounds a lot cooler through a slightly dirty amp.