Yes, it's the sunburst and it arrived late on Wednesday.
This particular guitar is definitely not a Jerry Garcia guitar but does have a fantastic tone. It is very lightweight, and the neck feels spectacular.
My first reaction to it after playing for about 5 minutes was "this doesn't sound like Jerry, it sounds like ME". It has an OBEL which I have not tried yet, still just using the three-way switch settings and loving it. I haven't even tried it through a serious rig yet, just through a Twin and Matchless model, and also through a Princeton Reverb here in my office. I have yet to get a single note that doesn't sound inspiring.
I have several other dual HB guitars: a Les Paul (w DiMarzio Steve Morse PU), Robben Ford Custom from Fender (Duncan JB & 59), ES-175 (whatever Gibson puts in those), and a 1995 PRS CU22 (McCarty PU) and the Walker is crisper and clearer than any of them, I would guess in part due to the CAE buffer. Scott talks about creating guitars (in a video I saw online) where each string rings out with it's own voice in a chord and that does seem to happen here, the chords ring out in a way that I don't remember hearing in my other guitars..
Late yesterday I plugged my Tiger back in just to compare, and the longer scale length and Super 2 do have a more "authentic" JG tone, with that high end zing and a bit more snap on the lower strings. This morning I am back to the Walker and just so impressed by the tone and feel. For some reason it inspired me to play the opening notes to "Pinball Wizard" and also "Elizabeth Reed" just now, haven't done either of those tunes in years and they sound delicious.
I intentionally did not post about this guitar yesterday so as not to gush too much with the joy of a new ax, but I do believe we have a winner here.