The only thing I'd change is the location of the output jack, which is on the pickguard. It is too far away from the edge of the guitar and you have to use a right angle plug to keep it from sticking out. It just rocks. And it looks really cool. It Looks like something Joan Jett would've played.
Model Year: 1986
Where Obtained: Repeat Performance-Homewood AL
Mahogany body and neck with Rosewood board
22 frets med
1 volume, 1 tone
1 bridge humbucker
red painted finish
tune-o-matic bridge with stop tail piece
nonlocking gibson chrome tuners
Low action, wide thin neck, a bit neck heavy, I removed Joan Jett's autograph from the top and the buffing wheel I used put a very minor gouge in the paint. If you like guitar-cord-amp, this is a great rock guitar.
I use it with a Carvin XV212 all tube combo and they both rock. I'd say it has a warm sound. It compares to a guitar a friend of mine had which was a Kramer with a single Duncan JB pickup in the bridge position, if that tells ya anything. It is a little noisy for a humbucker. I have added a pickup, a Dimarzio stacked single coil inwhat would be the middle position if it had three pickups, but it doesn't.
Great durability in all areas.