Just finished this one, it's a little different. I didn't take a whole lot of pics during the construction but it was from scratch with the exception of the fingerboard. Basics are a body made from catalpa and a myrtle cap. I would really encourage folks here to look into catalpa, it's pretty, light and very resonant. Only real drawback is that it's 'chippy' and can be a challenge to route and because there's a lot of density difference between the rings sanding the end grain and transitions in the curves is kind of a pain. Overall though it's an interesting wood. Maple neck with the 25" scale rosewood board, a myrtle headstock overlay and the real weirdness, an 'acoustic' saddle. Besides just wanting something different I was broke and trying not to buy anything not completely necessary so I laminated some of the myrtle to a piece of rosewood that matched the fretboard and did a string thru to a 1/8" aluminum anchor set into the back. The control cover is rosewood also. The saddle is set up to possibly add a piezo in the future.