I was originally just going to add to this thread since I now have the identical guitar, but I think I'm going to ramble on a bit so better that I start my own thread. I've been irresistibly drawn to John Backlund's guitar designs since I first laid eyes on one of his Backlund Model 100's. It was love at first sight. Ever since then, every time I saw one of his guitars, I would think to myself that I really ought to get off my butt and buy one to have for my very own. Then a couple of weeks ago John starts this thread talking about a Rockerbox bass and has pics of several of his guitars. That gets me all . . . tingly and I decide to check out Eastwood's site to see what they have on offer. Once I get there I look at the available Backlund models and I'm like a kid in a candy store. There's the Model 100, my first love, but at the bottom of the page is this really cool looking guitar, a Limited Edition Backlund Rockerbox DLX in a Black and Mint finish with Ebony fingerboard. How limited? Only 16 have been made. OK, I'm about to lose the TL;DR crowd so here are some pics. They're the same pics as the ones from the teaser thread I started in the Bad Dog Cafe. and here are the specs you're probably most interested in: Body Material - Semi-Hollow Maple Neck Material - Mahogany Fingerboard Material - Ebony Finish - Polyurethane Neck Shape - Soft C Scale Length - 24 3/4" Fingerboard Radius - 12" Pickups - Custom Wound Double Coil Pickup Switching: Five Way Controls - 3x Individual Volume, 1x Master Tone Bridge: Floating Tune-O-Matic Tail: Bigsby B-30* This is getting long so I'll continue in the next post. You'll have to read to the end to find out how it worked out between me and my first love - the Model 100.