Pretty significant guitar in the Jerry Guitar chronology! Maybe he was pissed with his when he left that gig and ordered a new guitar! The Erlewine Strat.
The design with the Gibson bridge stop-tail kind of epitomizes the guitar he was after. It essentially is what Alligator was. The only real structural difference is the bolt on neck and the headstock angle with 3 and 3 pegs from Wolf, Tiger etc....
This type of guitar is a GREAT starting point in a Jerry guitar search. Personally, I would order or I would change out the nut to a brass one, and add the string tree/bar for all six strings. I would also change the bridge to a harmonica type so if someone wanted try out his action later down the road, the guitar would intonate. It might not with the short travel the saddles have in the ABR type bridge JG used. I would think that is why he went to that type of bridge with Wolf later.
Thanks for sharing and contributing!