I stopped by a different Sam Ash on the way home from brunch w/ my mom and sister today and wound up not being able to resist this one: It's a several year old Reverend Club King RT w/ a single small finish dent in the back holding it back from mint. I've been trying to finally play a long scale, full depth one of these for a few years and was completely undisappointed Suffice it to say: I love the neck; this is the best I've heard RevTrons sound, can't see them going anywhere; with just a slight bit more relief and a touch more bridge height than I bought it and the addition of a Reverend Soft Spring, the action is feeling great w/ just a touch of snap to it and the B50 seems like it might work pretty well on this one; the body seems significantly more involved on this guitar than my Manta Ray, in sound and feel. It's still in essence a thinline, but really nicely resonant; I'd have vastly preferred the natural finish on this one but I think it's probably a testament to how well it clicked in feel and sound for me that there wasn't much question it was leaving w/ me (no offense to the lovers of orange guitars among us ) A few more pics: The top, side and back are in fact all the same transparent orange and the grain seems much more prominent than I was able to capture this evening. I think it's probably got something to do w/ the spruce top vs. korina body. I was having a heck of a time getting it lit well w/o going to slow shutter and high ISO for some reason.... But enough talk, now I must play this amazing and really quite orange guitar! Thanks for taking a look!