Chinese-made, 24 frets Bolt, two humbukers, 3-position selector. Bridge tune o matic type with strings through the body. Volume adjustment, tone adjustment. Electronics (so to speak ...) leaves much to be desired on the other hand: knobs that "floating" input jack capricious. Well, what the Chinese ...
The bridge is a little "toy" but I did not complain. In addition, the guitar was immaculate set when I received. The lifts are very nice and sharp. The violin finish (except the electronics of course) is beyond reproach.
The handle is very nice, thin and slightly rounded in the peaume. The body has an almost perfect balance (leaning slightly towards the head, but I'm picky) and a very easy access to acute. It was easily at hand and as it is very light, we do not get tired easily.
The sound is conventional, rather rock, well defined. Music sounds clear and transparent saturated incisive and aggressive. I felt it lacked the heaviness (sounds like "metal"), but we must admit that, again, it goes smoothly. It's a good surprise, especially as electronics had left a bad impression. I use it with two preamp tube power amp on a Marshall tube and can not fault it sounds.
I use it for almost a year.
- The look (I confess that that's why I bought it: o |)
- Handle very nice
- The price (I can not remember but ri-di-abutment)
- The Electone (you must redo everything!)
I had a lot of guitars and I still have a few, and expensive, the least expensive and cheap at all, and I must say that it amazes me especially at this price- I expected a disaster. In conclusion, if you know a little tinkering, you take the opportunity to redo the electronics at the same time you change the bridge pickup (yes, we like that we guitarists ... even on a super good scratch, we finished still not change the bridge pickup, at least ...) and you have a super skyscraper with a great look and finish worthy of the great. I would do the same choice, of course, and if I have the opportunity to buy one, I think I am tempted ...
- Uh ... well I think that's all