I'm determined to get to the bottom of this as I've NOW just found out the person who gave the guitar to the guy I bought it off is attached to a music touring company so I'm now trying to find out the name of that person but the promotion company has brought every large act from Nirvana to Springsteen to Australia. When he'd said producer I'd assumed film which might not be the case but he has promised to try find out who they were because he didn't arrange the photo shoot. The intrigue is building for me and I haven't even physically touched the beast yet Probably will turn out to have no real value and no provenance to a name artist but I just thought(hoped) initially it might have been one of the first 72's ever made because I don't know enough about this tuner from that tuner but I knew it seemed too early for 72 thinline having a 70 serial number and knew double binding and lacquer to be not normal but did know the rosewood necks were an optional extra as were colours other than natural and sunburst but had to be had form custom order. This however is probably/definitely not the case... unfortunately so just have to pray now that it came from Harrison or Dylan or someone, but I know I'm just kidding myself. Funny how a guy could have owned a guitar so long and never wondered about it's origins. As a side note the vendor has sent me the most amazing photo of his swingtags of the bands that he has worked with incl pretenders, Dylan, Springsteen (in 85), Weller, Simple Minds, Madonna, Petty, Floyd, Glastonbury some with photo id proving their validity.