#1
Hello, I am new to guitars and bought this used guitar today. Can you tell me anything about it? Thanks
{ok well I guess photobucket isn't allowed here? How do I post pics?}

I paid $100.00
#2
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#5
Well here's a run-down:
you have 3 uncovered single coil pickups a 5-way selector and a knob dedicated to volume and two dedicated to tone depending on the pickup. From the looks of it, you have a PRS body style (unsure)
You have 24 frets on a rosewood fretboard.
you have a floating tremolo system. see the hole by the bridge? You can fit a Whammy Bar there!
I think you have pearl dots on the fretboard.

I'd have a pro look at it in person. Someone else on this site might do a better job than I did
Have fun playing guitar!
#6
Thank you. So it's a fairly decent guitar to learn on? No one seems to have heard of it. As I said, I don't have a clue. I am an old woman taking up something I should have started many moons ago, but I am going to give it a try. I appreciate your help.
#7
looks nice for $100. No doubt it will function for you to learn on. You will need an amplifier though.
#8
Thanks again. Working on that. For now playing it through an O2R, and our surround system..
#9
Quote by sovaso
Well here's a run-down:
you have 3 uncovered single coil pickups a 5-way selector and a knob dedicated to volume and two dedicated to tone depending on the pickup. From the looks of it, you have a PRS body style (unsure)
You have 24 frets on a rosewood fretboard.
you have a floating tremolo system. see the hole by the bridge? You can fit a Whammy Bar there!
I think you have pearl dots on the fretboard.

I'd have a pro look at it in person. Someone else on this site might do a better job than I did
Have fun playing guitar!


They are covered pick ups,(the pole pieces stick up thru the cover) and it is a standard strat style tremolo not a floating one. never heard of that brand though.
YA GOTTA HIT IT ON THE ONE
pics of gear updated on profile 11/16/09
#10
That looks a lot like a model of guitar that was made in the 1980s under the Westone name; possibly from the same factory. If it is, then you have a decent solidbody that should serve you well, provided everything is in working order.
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