Fat Boy Strat but I chose the Jackson because of a couple of different setup options. The Fat Boy had an LSR nut non-locking tremlo which is not reliable. I would definitely buy another. Favorite aspect is overall performance & playability is hard to match. Least favorite aspect is weight. It kicks ass!!! If you want to respond to me about it, my address is email@example.com
Model Year: 1999
Price: $897.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Albany Music & Sound
US made, ebony fret board, maple neck, 24 jumbo frets, 6 strings, one volume & one tone 5-way switch, 3 pickups - 2 single coil & 1 humbucker, passive electronics, Seymour Duncan dual stack & 1 Seymour Duncan SD101, medium blue lacquer face, midnight blue back, strat body, locking tremlo system, grover locking tuning keys with nut lock.
I set my action at 1/32" which, I believe, is highly sought-after but rarely found because of truss rod settings from all manufacturers. Upon purchase of a new guitar, I break it down to reset the bridge, nut, & truss rod to obtain my own setup.
Fat & bluzy with an awesome crunch.
Great for live playing. Needs slight adjustment during seasonal changes. The hardware is holding up very well.