Id est: 90+% of the Indonesian Ibanez are now worthless. Specifications right there: https://www.thomann.de/gb/harley_benton_fusion_hh_fr_mn_aqua.htm As an addition, the fretboard is satin finished on the back and finished with something that looks like polyester on the fretboard. The supposedly "three-way toggle switch" is a blade switch. Pros: - Overall great construction and nice look. - Barely no finishing issues bar some slight bleed inside the horns and very, very slight micro-scratching at the back that can be rid off with appropriate cleaning cloths and products. At least it proves someone picked it up before sending it... - Excellent fret job. Not PLEK level of course but very nice, no rough edges, no dead spots, no excessive buzzing, well crowned with well trimmed fret ends. - Stainless steel frets that won't melt on sight if you happen look at them wrongly. *cough* Fender *cough* - Electronics and hardware feel trustworthy. The pots are a bit stiff but smooth and consistent, the Floyd reliable, the switches are not flimsy. - Recessed spoke-wheel truss rod adjustment. Nuff' said. - Decent pickups for rock: decently warm, decent dynamics, nice brightness. - The pickup cavity looks clean to me. Cons: - Biggest con is that the 6th tuner is not straight. Is it noticeable when you use it? Yes. Will I let that fly? Yes, considering both the price point and the fact that it has a Floyd and that I won't be using the tuners all that much, but it is a bummer and I don't think it should be happening regardless of the price. - The neck and the neck pocket aren't flush, and there's a sharp edge on the treble side of the neck pocket that could've been sanded. - Plays better with a shim; at least it had no shim to begin with when I added one. - One of the Floyd Rose adjustment screw doesn't seem to have been mounted perfectly straight. Is it noticeable when you use it? Not at all. - While the pickup cavity cover is recessed, the Floyd Rose cover isn't. I wish both were; it makes accessing the pickup cavity a bit harder than it should be. I honestly think I haven't played a guitar that was better at that price, or anything significantly better at twice the price. Beyond that price point, guitars would be at least equivalent with none of the nitpicks I had and higher end pickups; which tells you how impressive Harley Benton/Thomann's offering is. It may not have high-end pickups compared to guitars twice the price, but it does have stainless steel frets and that's worth a lot more to me. As the pickups are not powerful or tight enough in the low end for metal, I'll most likely will be swapping them out. I have a pair of DiMarzio Tone Zone and Liquifire laying around. If I can re-wire the switch from coil-split to parallel-series, I'd enjoy it more: I really don't like the sound of splitted humbuckers. On another forum, someone bought the HSH version with a Wilkinson trem. The thread is right there: http://thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/135928/almost-ngd-harley-benton-fusion-pro-series-hsh If you have any questions feel free to ask. Pardon the picture quality, my phone isn't too great.