Hello all! I just acquired this MJT Telemaster build off my local classifieds: Here are some specs based on information from previous owners: MJT maple neck w/ rosewood board Shallow V profile, 0.85" - 0.95" thickness at 1st and 12th fret respectively MJT swamp ash body - closet classic nitro black, 4 pounds 9 ounces Stainless Steel medium jumbo frets TUSQ nut Gotoh locking tuners Seymour Duncan Antiquity Tele pickup set CTS pots, switch and output jack I've been able to verify all of the above; the neck and body are both stamped with the usual MJT markings. My only question is, what's up with that logo? I've seen some MJT headstock logos, but have never seen such a comical-looking one before? I don't mind it, especially since it appears to have been lacquered over. In any case, this guitar is lovely to play and sounds great. Even though the body is a little heavier than what I'd normally go for, it's not a heavy guitar by any means.