#2
Well, decent materials.
Pickups/electronics are possibly crap, but they can be replaced.

But you're not exactly spending a bomb, so you can't expect much from the quality, just another knock off. You're not gonna know untill you get it, but my guess is; you could get better for the money.
#4
agree with beckyjc. get an epiphone, a les paul studio, which is as close to a real Gibson les paul your gonna get without spending 2000 plus.
Songs!
Something's Changed
Frost

BC Rich Mockingbird Evil Edge
Dean Palomino Vintage Sunburst
Indiana Scout Acoustic in Sparkly Blue
Kustom Arrow 16DFX, soon to be a Vox Valvetronix 50
Dimebag Custom Crybaby
Fab Tone
#5
What about Hamer. I tried out an S3X (looks like a double cut LP) or something at a local music shop and it sounded amazing but i wonder how long those things last
any1 own 1?