Sound — 10
I play everything from Megadeth to Clapton and it can be made to fit every sound that I need, it is a very versatile guitar. I'm using my Backline 600 head and G-K cab(this is a bass amp). The clean and distortion are both fantastic, it has that signature Les Paul tone that so many people over the years have craved.
Overall Impression — 10
I've been playing for 4 years, and own a Fender P-bass, and a few other guitars. I would buy this guitar again in a heartbeat if it was lost or stolen, it is fantastic. I can't rave enough about the tone, the tone on this guitar is simply orgasmic, the tuners are the only thing I dislike about this guitar. I choose this guitar because it looked as good as it played. I wish it had grover tuners.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I've lent this guitar to a few friends to use as a backup and only one of them had to use it, and he said he was going to go buy one that night over his MIA Strat. The hardware is as good as you can expect from a Korean guitar, the strap buttons on mine are from strap locks so I'm not sure on the stockers. I think the finish will last a long time and age gracefully like a good guitar is supposed to.
Action, Fit & Finish — 10
I bought mine used, and it was set-up perfectly but the guitar shop set it up prior to me buying it. Everything about the finish on this guitar is perfect, mine was used and it still has no flaws, it's one hell of a well built guitar.
Features — 9
I bought my guitar last month used, according to the serial number it was made in 2001, it was manufactured in Korea. It has 22 frets, the body is Mahogany with a flame maple top. I bought mine in Heritage cherry, it has a Tune-O-Matic bridge and two passive humbuckers. It has a 3 way selector Switch and a tone and volume for both the treble and rhythm pickups. If it had grover tuners it would be a 10/10, but it has Kluson tuners which tend to go out of tune easier.