We have one here that I've been planning on for a long time and one that was sort of unexpected but came due to a great price from Thomann. Firstly, Vigier Excalibur Special Trem in Black Diamond Matte, maple fretboard, DiMarzio Paf Pro, FS1 and Tone Zone, Vigier 2011 non-locking trem, locking tuners, 24 frets, 12 inch radius (or, 11.81 in fact). This thing is just... there's not a thing wrong with it, amazing tone from single coil clean to singing high gain, so playable that I'm going to have to have a guitar cull because several others just aren't going to get played anymore. Tuning stability is solid as a rock. Anyway, enough talking, here are pictures. I don't know if the top might be a bit divisive, but I love it. Second up, Duesenberg 440. My brother has had a 49er as his main gigging and recording guitar for a while and it's an absolute beast, I'd been on the look out for a 335 typey thing (was also eyeing up an early 80s Ibanez AS100) and this came up on Thomann at a price too good to miss. One of the few hollows and semi-hollows Duesenberg do without a Bigsby-style trem, which I've sworn off for life. The P90 is really fat and warm for jazz stuff and the bridge humbucker just keeps on taking gain. I wouldn't normally care about the gubbins that come in a case but the stuff they chose to go with this tickled me a little bit so I've included that in the pics. This has got me wanting to play more of your straightforward rock type stuff than I have done for a while. I'll keep this up to date with what I think about them in a few months time. Ought to get some tone samples as well but whether that will come before or after the comparison I keep meaning to make of the various channels, modes, power settings and etc etc on my Mark V only time will tell.