Price paid: A$ 1500
Features: OK. First of all, this guitar is the best equipped guitar I've ever owned. Made in 2005, Korean. Got 24 frets, an excellent, oily kinda (not as grainy like Jacksons) rosewood fretboard, not heavy mahogany body, and 3 piece maple neck. Solid, sustaining Neck-thru construction.
Let me tell you what I love about this guitar: Sperzel tuners. Boy cannot think of a guitar that has easier system to change the strings, stays in tune OK too.
I hate floyd rose, therefore this axe got string-thru TonePros bridge. Its got Seymour Duncan sb/jz set. I love how these pups are so versatile. // 10
Sound: I play thrash metal and only thrash. It suits to my taste well. I am using it through DigiTech RP355 (so much recommended!) and a cheap pair of headphones. My ears are not well trained so I can't tell you how the guitar really sounds like/should sound like. But I can tell you it sounds like a mahogany, not so bright, not so muddy. // 10
Action, Fit & Finish: The action was set pretty low, and I love that, no fret buzzes, although now I am getting 2 fret buzzes on the G and B strings both on the 22th fret. I think its normal since my action is pretty low and I haven't adjusted the truss rod but I should have due to the season change (I USED TO USE MY HEATER LIKE 15 HOURS A DAY, now we're in summer).
The only flaw the guitar has on the back and front there are some holes that are painted, like imagine you're hitting a wall with a small screw and making a small hole there, then painting the wall, its like that. I mean its not very visible but its still a flaw. // 9
Reliability & Durability: I have never gigged with it, so I wouldn't know. But I think its reliable, since its a neck-thru guitar and didn't have any problems so far for the 6 months I have owned. When I got the guitar for some reason, it didn't came with Dunlop flashmount strap buttons, I was like what the f--king hell man. So when I have enough buck I will go get a pair of strap buttons. // 10
Overall Impression: The guitar's look is absolutely unique, when I saw it I said damn I will def. get this axe. When I don't play it, I watch it (really). As I said, I love the sperzel tuners, its look and string-thru and neck-thru features. Higher frets are very easy to reach dude. Rosewood fingerboard just plays like butter. If it was stolen, and if I can find another one (these are not produced anymore, very limited!) I would 100% go get another one or would try Peavey V-type. // 10