I never bought the guitar it was given to me by my uncle. I think that the I should repair the bridge because the microtuner dials can pop out and the bridge will fall apart.
Where Obtained: uncle
It has five position pickup switch. It also has one volume dial, and on treble dial.
For an old guitar it is in very excellent condition and has the most relaxing sound.
My amp is a very old regal and it is very small. I have a friend who lets me use his special sound effects amp.
It has never been in any extreme temperatures but it has the bar to move the bridge up and down which means it needs to be frequently tuned even though I don't use the bar.
Affordabilty main reason for purchase, looked at a couple of Ibanez's and a Washburn not sure of what models they were
Where Obtained: Pawn shop
Made in Taiwan
1 volume 2 tone controls
5 way pickup selector
silver laquer finish
2 single coil and 1 double coil humbucker pickups
double cut away body
non locking tuners
Preferred action? just a beginner
neck feels comfortable, not too wide not to narrow
plays about the same as a Yamaha Pacifica 112
only flaws are nicks on the body finish
Using a computer sound card and a Peavy Rage 128 amp
different styles, country and rock
has a full bodied sound
Gets real noisy when using a lot of distortion, but very quiet when using no effect or wah
Mainly a practice guitar
I tune it every time I pick it up mainly because the 6th E will be a little out of tune
intonation sounds good
Strap locks are fine and change out the noisy/dirty volume control