Japanese manufacture, bridge Fernandes 2 points, 24 fret maple neck rosewood key, Gotoh tuners, pickups HSS config, volume and tone, a selector 5 positions.
I tested with a Fender amp (for cean) and a Peavey 5150 (disto).
She is comfortable in large sounds, it is true, but clean, it does not have to be ashamed of, even if we know that this is not his area of expertise, positions 2 and 4 are quite in the style Fender.
The neck is quite thin and it slides alone, it is a treat until the 24th fret.
It is quite light, which is not a luxury when you play long standing.
For sounds, it is very versatile, wood body is fairly neutral (I do not know what wood is the same as the guitars of Joe Satriani) therefore, it is essentially the microphones are sound .
If you're not fit, change the pickups and it is as if you had a new guitar.
I few years ago and it really is a good guitar.
It is always better that in each style (Metal, Blues, Rock, etc.) but at least they can all play and quite well, I must say.
The violin aged very well (made in Japan requires) and it is a very good second guitar for concerts, when you play in a variety of styles.
As unique as it is guitar nicely, but playing everything I say.
If I have to give it a breeding ground, I'd say hard rock to heavy metal.
Basically a good guitar for not too expensive to manufacture more honest.