First, here's a photo of the little guy. I put a lot more time into the video, so if you've ever been curious about this guitar I go over a lot of the stuff. But I will here too for you guys. This guy is nice! I'm aware of the stigma that China gets for their guitars, and I've now owned three. I had a Fender Modern Player Telecaster, an acoustic and now this. Every single one has been awesome, so maybe I'm just lucking out. In any case, this guitar is stunning. It has a flame maple neck and fretboard with a blue satin finish on the back of the neck, Luminlays, rosewood tone/volume knobs that coil split, stainless steel frets, bone nut and a spalted maple top with a really nice burst finish. I'm thoroughly confused as to why this is $270. That's the price of a Squier. I was expecting the pickups to be just, unbelievably awful, and they're not perfect, but they're way better than Epiphone, Ibanez, LTD, Jackson, Fender and Gibson pickups. They're kind of like Dimarzios, and they seem to be potted properly because they don't buzz. I'll probably still swap them out, because they're not perfect for what I'm doing, but if I didn't swap them I'm sure no one would be the wiser other than they just look cheap. I'd put them on par with like, old Carvin pickups (not the lithiums which I think are a little nicer) or Caparison stocks. Like, pretty solid but not quite perfect somehow. It's not perfect, though. There's a finish flaw at the bottom, the frets need a little leveling/crowning, and there're a couple random imperfections. But honestly, this guitar just screams Schecter to me. The neck is very Schecter for one, but the little imperfections are very similar to the little ones that I had on my Loomis and KM-6. Nut's a little dirty on the side with a little dent, the paint runs a tiny bit in small areas. But those little things are the kind of problems you find on $5-1,000 guitars, not the problems you'd find on the lemons. They're easily fixed, and barely noticeable. I also like that it's not a straight copy of a Strandberg, or any body shape really. It's like a mixture of a Strandy and the Skervesen one, I think it's like a Doggle or something? Either way, I get the shittiness of straight stealing extremely well thought out designs, logo and everything, and selling it for dirt cheap. I'm glad that this is an original design, that doesn't quite look like anything. Anyways, that's just my $.02. This guitar is the best bang for the buck I've ever seen, the flame maple neck/fretboard, spalted maple top, I mean it just looks like a custom made guitar. Yeah buddy.