Made in Korea and designed by T. Wilkinson ...
Agathis body with hollow body, in acoustiglass top, maple neck,
rosewood fingerboard, graphite nut, 2 microphones WVC (double), 1 micro piezo with 2 tone controls.
2 separate outputs.
The neck is super nice, very fine, very comfortable.
Good ergonomics, with the head slightly heavier than the body, where a small bias played standing, but without it being embarrassing.
Good access to acute, without more, but the guitar is not necessarily made for!
Sound settings easy and efficient for both the piezo pickups for that (one volume for the 2 microphones, Me, I'm fine!).
This guitar has a lot of personality.
The pickups are very precise, very dry, they do not drool (like Gibson) and are silent. Do not wait to do the trash with this guitar, but it is especially well with small rocks 70's if you know what I mean ...
The piezo is oriented jazz guitar sounds then like half a case with this side "plastic" that gives it its unusual and unique, but very nice.
Value for money improbable! Guitar improbable! Sounds ... (Guess!).
This guitar is simply great, with a (big) one is kind vintage side not many have one like that! But beyond the fluff, it beautifully complements my strat (U.S.), my LP (U.S.), my TV (baja mex) and my Whale (assembled D. Seymour), and believe me, in terms of quality, she holds the upper hand!