Haven't had much time to play it since it got here this evening, but it's my first “vintage” instrument, even though it has some modern specs. Believe it or not I’ve never had to restring vintage tuners before, so that was fun...the cool clay dots and the insanely nice neck, wow I’m gonna have to play this one for a while tomorrow. I changed out the pick guard from tort to white, though it may be a very very light mint green, it’s an old one I had lying around. Interesting backstory too...Dave’s Guitar Shop in LaCrosse, Wisconsin gets these thin skin strats each year, vintage reissues with dealer selected specs, only a handful of dealers get them, I know Wildwood does as well. According to Dave’s, this guitar was the prototype made last year of the 2020 series they are selling this year. So it’s really a one of a kind, it has a white blonde nitro finish with no poly base coat and a nice tinted neck. When I opened the case, it even had handwritten notes in the fender bag on a business card that said... “less tint on neck, maybe go vintage blonde.” I got this used from Dave’s in mint condition. Their 2020 Thin Skins are indeed Vintage blonde with less dark necks. Anyways, cool backstory, I think. Here are the specs: 1962 Reissue, made in 2019 60s neck Slab Rosewood fretboard White blonde nitro finish Ash body 9.5 inch radius Medium jumbo frets CS Fat 50 pickups 8 lbs Ironic that the 62 reissue has Fat 50s but they sound great so I ain’t complaining. I also noticed the neck is quite slimmer than my AO Tele.