I said at the outset that I may have fallen on a failed model of the brand, it said ..
Copy Les Paul from Poland 80, tune o matic bridge-type vintage, unreliable poor quality (tip to pass valid for the whole guitar: do not touch anything unless you like tinkering with old things)
The neck was cut with a jigsaw in a pine board? very large (where they beat gibson) but quite ergonomic to the 12th or 13th box, this is where it goes bad with a huge plank for 2 or 3 boxes and after, nothing like a jazz guitar ultra sound.
It is amazing that it sounds a minimum for 12 cases; 0 fret though, we are in the pure vintage, it looked like a folk guitar fretboard.
And truss road you tell me the what? I'm kidding, y had one but when I took her to a luthier friend (yes, hope springs eternal) I got in his eyes that was not won, we talked a little guitar drinking a beer and I left.
The number of frets matter, it is already easy to meet with 12 measures.
The pickups are double formats, although I could not test it because electronics failed (to say the least) but it seems to me they sound great ... uh, not very clean but saw the wiring in hindsight, it may be that there were better on this guitar, at least they went with a sound that could only be vintage.
The settings were impossible given the connectors oxidized with unlikely welds selector remained in the hand manipulating a screw was rigged with a match (I do not know if the match was Polish). to the body when it consisted of a kind of wood which left powder easily.
+ some pictures for those of you interested, pictures from catalogs + info meatexz.com on the net.
when to use and the sounds I do not respond to questions that do not require answers.
I kept two or three years before I regret parting with (...). I did not know this brand, I found her look pretty with the paul-sg vintage and there I took the opportunity to raise a good point though.
It belongs to the category that I would call "guitar boxes 12" typical of poorly made copies of 70-80 years.
I do not think the choice again in the future because I am more user collector of guitars.