I just picked up a Lakland Skyline Joe Osborn 4, and I'm curious about something related to the controls. According to the Lakland site, the Skyline 44-60 (which I assume has same specs as Joe Osborn) has controls that are Volume/Volume/Tone, while the US made has Passive Model Concentric (Stacked Knobs) Volume/Tone-Volume/Tone. Mine, though, has Passive Model Concentric (Stacked Knobs) Volume/Tone-Volume/Tone. The neck is clearly Skyline, with the optional hipshot-D tuner. So should I assume that mine is a Skyline modified with stacked knobs? Or is it possibly a US-made body with a Skyline neck? Aside from detaching the neck from the body, is there any way to determine if it's US-made, Skyline, or something else altogether? It certainly plays, feels and sounds like a Lakland. My guess, as of now, is that it was simply modified. Yes, I can ask the owner (who is not on TB, as far as I know). But I'd like to see what the Lakland experts here think, first.