So my last 2 purchases at GC didn't work out so well...I ordered an AD2300 but it seems someone ordered it just before me and of course GC's awesome system still had it up and available for sale. No worries, quick refund. Then I ordered what looked like a cool superstrat for dirt cheap...it was mangled beyond belief (there was a thick wad of tin foil keeping the bridge level...I wish I were kidding). So back that went, quick refund again. Then today I came across this on good ole GC used...this is made by a company out of Texas that makes cool one-off builds, usually with really great materials/specs for the price. Mostly their stuff ends up being sold by them in the $400-$600 range. I've been eyeing them on Reverb for a few months but never pulled the trigger. This came up today for $149.99 and since I actually knew what it was (I had seen it sold for $400 or so a few months back from the Reverb page), I knew I had to have it to fill the offset gap in my collection. I spoke to the store manager and made sure it was all locked in to avoid a repeat of the AD2300 situation, and this baby is on it's way to me. Here's a few pics, but it sports an ash body with a deep red finish, flame maple neck, ebony fretboard, vintage style tuners, some pretty raunchy pickups (not sure if the previous owner upgraded them or if they're the stock Asian ones), etc. I like a little quirk in my guitars and the looks of this thing won me over.