Sound — 9
My style of music is Guns N' Roses, Zeppelin, AC/DC and this guitar doesn't suit it well at all, it has a real muddy sound, take any guitar, roll of the tone and volume and roll the volume up on the amp and the sound you get is very similar (I assume this is why it hasn't got a tone knob) but it isn't necessarily a bad thing, it sounds great for certain styles of music, While I was experimenting with grunge style rock, this was a key guitar, it sounds great! Very muddy and dirty! The sound reminds me of an amp stuck in a puddle of mud at a festival, very fun to play.
Overall Impression — 5
It's a great guitar, but sadly it's very rare and hard to get hold of, but if you can get one, go for it,
Reliability & Durability — 9
This guitar feels indestructible to me, it feels as if I could play it live, drop it, smash it, lose it, find it, piss on it, throw rocks at it, drop it again, and still play it live the next day with no problems. It's great!
Action, Fit & Finish — 10
Since this is second hand I haven't got much to say here, but I revived it very good condition.
Features — 10
I know very little about this guitar as it was given to me by my uncle who has just got a small flat with his girlfriend and he had to get rid of the guitars. Obviously, it has a very unique shape, it only has one knob, which is a volume knob, one 3-way selector which to switch between the bridge pick-up, the neck pick-up or both (Ultra HOT humbuckers) It has a 1.68" nut, a bolt on maple neck w/ dot inlays, it has a mahogany body with a floyd rose tremolo (used under license). Its stripped down style make it easy to use and looks quite nice.