Korean manufacturing, with a Floyd Rose type tremolo, alder body.
Mahogany set neck with 22 frets, humbuckers Wahsburn (do not expect miracles, then, but it is changed)
A pickup selector, 2 volume knob and ... That's it! No dial tone, a lil bit of a shame anyway.
For those who are accustomed to the Washburn Dime 333 will handle the same kind as the last: a bit wide but thin, access to treble is super easy. The sound is somewhat limited by the microphones of origin but in its proper light.
The weight is reasonable (an explorer is a little heavier) but sounds a little worse than at Gibson, all this is logical.
You can imagine, it is shaped to the Metal, Hard Rock and its derivatives, but as previously mentioned it remains in its proper light. The choice is vast for the microphones if you want to please you.
It is used on a lil fender champion 600 and a multi effects pedal, all the rest Ormis correct that I will wish to change your HP but it is more part of the amp.
I use it for almost a year, and I am very happy. I had to take a flight case Gator Extreme (it is included in the purchase price) to take care of.
What I like most is its look! A little more "discreet" as Dime Washburn 333 and the sleeves have my preference.
With experience I will ever be the choice, yes, because it's been years that I was looking for!