Hello craftsmen and thanks for your time! A bassist friend of mine (he and I started at the same time, him on bass, me on guitar, but we're slowly trading places) who also likes to noodle on guitar is planning on picking up this schecter: http://www.guitarcenter.com/shop/pr...n_limited_edition_flametop?full_sku=102682234 All the reviews of it are outstanding and the one I played in GC a week ago felt incredible for the price. What stumps me is the "flamed" top. From the pictures (I didn't really pay attention on the one I played), it looks likes there's a decent amount of figuring on the top. Am I missing something? I wouldn't expect to see something like that in a cheaper guitar. Would it just be an ultra-thin top? And I've heard sometimes it's basically just a photograph for a top on ultra-cheap figured tops? Or is flamed just more common than some others (burl, spalted, quilted)? Thanks for your help and please pardon my ignorance.