Guitar made in Asia, probably in South Korea.
standard number of frets, 22.
2 humbuckers (a sleeve, a bridge)
1 volume, 2 tone, 3-position selector
The handle is comfortable without giving in excess ... basic, but still nice for a solo like me (ie low level). Access to acute is relatively easy for the little that we rule out the bridge.
As for the ergonomics and comfort, normal, again ... 6, for the trouble ...
Note, however, the lack of vibrato ... no offense to Satriani ...
Relatively versatile, this guitar will give more in the style of rock, pop / rock and even punk rock. Forget the blues or metal to nag, it's not his style. I mainly played on an old marshall 75 reverb and 60 cc coxx (terrible distortion). The clean sounds are decent, but his favorite is the saturation say ... sounds crunchy grow well. As soon as you push too much distortion, it drools a little, but nothing too serious yet ... sounds good overall, although difficult at the beginning to find the appropriate settings in the clean sounds. 7 good ...
I sold a month ago for a more upscale (Cort?). I used one year, and I have not been disappointed at all. Most notable is probably its robustness, as I did see him. Attention, however, the plastic pickup selector tends to loosen up the lost ...
Excellent value for money, no complaints. Of course, it's not a gibson or a PRS, but at least to start, and even a little more, it's a great choice ... But there is more still, and always get tired at the end some time.