Part I of a two part series of custom built guitars I impulse bought this past week: Continuing my adventures in the land of ridiculously cheap but high quality custom builds scoured from the interwebs...found this Occhineri guitar on MGR for a cool $119 w/gig bag. Far as I can tell it's a one-man shop operating out of CT, here's their Reverb page: https://reverb.com/shop/occhineri-guitars Specs on this one in MGR's ad said mahogany neck and body with a satinwood top, nitro finish, and I could also tell it had a set of Seymour Duncans (turned out to be a set of the active Blackout pickups). Fretboard I believe is rosewood and it has a set of Grovers and a really nice bridge with high quality saddles. Guessing there was originally another set of tuners there before the Grovers as there are some extra holes, but they work very well. Really neat build, the vibe unplugged is very similar to a Gibson LP special (despite being bolt-on) but plugged in the actives really scream. I may end up taking this thing in a different direction with a lower output set of pickups as I have too many guitars as is with gainy pickups, but we'll see. The frets are well done, nice and smooth with no sharp edges, and the guitar balances really well (though it'll need & receive some @tvvoodoo magic soon, I imagine). Action is great and the neck shape/feel is very familar and smooth. Pics aren't the greatest since it's night time, but here's a few shots: Going to give it a quick setup and it's back to rockin' on some ZZ Top.