I loved this guitar the very second I picked it up and sarted playing and all of my friends that have played it have enjoyed it. It is alot like the much more expensive Gibson Les Paul and I would never trade it for one.
Where Obtained: Friend who got it from a pawn shop
A Korean made guitar modeled after the old Gibson Les Paul 335. It has 22 frets, a single coil and a humbucker with a switch below the pickguard to switch between select which one or both. Each pickup has a knob for volume and tone.
The neck is the perfect size for quick movement up and down the fretboard. It has no flaws that I am aware of!
I usually run it through my Digitech RP300A and then into my Peavey Blazer amp. It sounds good with all style of music from metal to classical. I usually use have it slightly distorted and have never been unsatisfied with it.
It's a very durable guitar and has survived many major dings with no or very small marks or scratches to show. The only thing that I had to fix was one of the tone knobs came very loose but was very easy to take care of.