The foil label inside the soundhole says "Albert Lee Signature Series #6", but we don't really know if that means this is the sixth MJ-AL model. This model, and its pricier cousin the Albert Lee MJ Deluxe, bring a strong 16 inch Jumbo tone and balance to the Huss & Dalton line of flattops, and this example has a lot more sparkle in the trebles than you normally hear from a rosewood guitar of this size. Maybe it's the thermo-cured (torrified) spruce top, we're not sure but it's certainly impressive. This has been played some, there is some very light fret wear, but there are only the lightest little scuffs to the finish here and there. Easy string action and a comfy contemporary neck profile make for a very playable guitar and it comes in the original Huss & Dalton tweed case.