I sold a Mosrite hollow body a couple of days ago. I arranged to meet the buyer in a McDonald's car park. I'm all about the class and style. So the guy turned up and we sat on a bench and had a quarter pounder and a chat. Lovely feller. Turns out he played in the Black Crowes, and produced and played on albums by Oasis and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. Better still, he s the guitarist in Tom Jones touring band! He got my guitar out of its case and had a little noodle. Unplugged. Oh my goodness! The way he bounced into some obscure chord shapes, almost randomly, and then just played around them up and down the board at superfast speed. I've never seen anything like it. He said "you might like to have a go on this" and bounced off to his car, came back with a beautiful '61 Epi Casino. I just froze, couldn't play a note, partly because I didn't want to kludge his lovely guitar, but mostly because I was so embarrassed at the gulf between his playing and mine. Lovely evening though, and he bought the guitar at the asking price, no quibbles. Happy days.