Now that was EXCELLENT/OUTSTANDING !!!! Does it get any better, I think not. However the description of the video is somewhat incorrect. That is not really a Weissenborn that Jerry is playing. It is in fact a Kona. Just FYI
"By far the most common of these is the Kona Hawaiian guitar, made for Los Angeles music teacher and publisher Charles S. De Lano. While most of the features (peghead, hardware, rope binding, and internal construction) point to Weissenborn manufacture, the Kona has a deeper body (4-1/4 inches) and narrower bouts (9-1/4 and 13-1/4 inches). Rather than a hollow neck, Konas have a short standard neck with a raised bone nut that joins the extended body at the seventh fret. Kona necks had actual wire frets rather than Weissenborns' inlaid markers. The connection between Kona and Weissenborn guitars is also seen in a comparison of the body dimensions of their Spanish models: except for the Kona's slight neck-joint extension, these two guitars have precisely the same measurements.
Although they may not have been officially known by Weissenborn's style designations, Konas seem to follow them, with two exceptions. The plainest Kona (often spruce-topped) has white celluloid top and fingerboard binding but is otherwise appointed like a Weissenborn Style 1. Examples of this model with features suggesting later manufacture (such as a lack of body binding) also exist. Style 3 and 4 Konas are frequently seen, but a black-bound (Style 2) Kona has yet to be reported.
Many players, including Sally Van Meter, regard the deeper Kona sound as highly as that of a Weissenborn but find the two instruments quite different. "The Weissenborn qualifies as the lonesome, soulful trip," Van Meter says, "while the Kona is the joyous sound." David Lindley's favorite Kona, a Style 3, was given to him by Jackson Browne and is seen in the video "To Know Him Is to Love Him," by the Trio (Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, and Dolly Parton), with red heart stickers on its fingerboard."
Bob Brozman plays one a LOT. Bill Harden of Bear Creek still makes them, if you have deep pockets.
The Bear Creek Kona Rocket is our updated version of the Kona steel guitar of yesteryear. The Kona Rocket has a shorter, deeper body than the hollow neck, and a beautifully carved V neck joining the body at the 7th fret. The short 23 1/2″ scale allows for higher tunings, and creates a very quick, responsive guitar with awesome volume.
The Kona Rocket can be made from a variety of exotic tone woods, such as Honduran Rosewood, African Mahogany, Sapele, Avodire (an amazing tone wood) and the traditional Hawaiian Koa. It has Sitka Spruce bracing, Style 4 Mother-of-Pearl inlays, traditional ‘Rope’ binding (made from alternating strips of rosewood and maple or beech), and a high gloss Lacquer finish.