In 2008, the Fujigen Custom House put out a very limited series of Masterfields made with "rare woods", Brazilian rosewood, Hawaiian Koa and Bubinga.
The Fujigen Masterfield are a little different than a typical semihollow. First, the size is a little smaller than a 335, but just a tad larger than a 339. Further, the center sections is carved from a solid piece of mahogany vs sides and a center block in a typical 335/339.
This is one of the prettier guitars I own. I just love the flame and tight grain of the Hawaiian Koa. It's finished with an ultra-thin matte urethane over open pores (no filler used).
But it's not just a looker, it plays as well as any guitar I've owned and the tone is very pleasing.