It's 8 with Epiphone. This one, and the 2019 "Norm Burst" and 2018 ES-355 were/are available with standard inlays, or the JB signature inlay, so really that's only 3 models. 2017 was the "Amos" Flying-V, and was the first one to come with a hardcase. 2016, there were two Firebirds available, 'burst or gold, both single pickup, and a hardcase as a separate item. 2015 was a green Standard with a Bigsby. 2014 was a Pelham Blue Standard. 2010 was an Epiphone Goldtop According to the press release from Guitarworld last year, "Normburst" was #7, which would make this one #8, not counting the three custom inlay versions. https://www.guitarworld.com/news/jo...e-model-the-1960-les-paul-standard-norm-burst But he did Gibson Goldtop collab for 2009, and a 2012 Gibson 335, which would make a total of 10. This is interesting.... https://www.musicradar.com/news/the...assa-signature-model-based-on-his-51-nocaster Will be curious to see if there is a 2021 Nocaster released by Fender.