I saw this photo in a 60 year old book about jazz. John Lee Hooker in New York's Village Gate, no more information. Nice shot, but wait a sec...whats up with that guitar? Did a yahoogle search for JLH photos, and find him with a few accoustics, A nice Guild 1959 M-75 Arisocrat, His Famous Epiphone and several Gibson F hole guitars, and an early gold top Les Paul....but, it is not the same as this guitar that seems to be (from what one can see) a P-90 Gold top with a trapizoid tailpiece and wrap-around bridge....but the anomalies, only three knobs, and what appears to be a venetian cutaway, rather than the standard florentine cut away. There where some similar ones, as shown on the next photo, the second from the right has a venetian cutaway, and others have two or three knobs, but none are quite the same. Anyone know more about what might be going on here? Or better still, another shot of this guitar.