This was an impulse buy and I expected a quirky and temperamental niche instrument, as the original Supros were. What I got was a well-designed, versatile guitar that's been my go-to for gigging and recording. it's light, it's comfortable to play standing or sitting, it stays in tune, it doesn't feed back and the pickups are remarkably quiet for single coils. The neck is great; very Gibson-like. The whole guitar feels wonderfully solid and substantial, despite being about the size and weight of an SG. The pickups are fantastic - like a strat but meatier - and I wish there were an aftermarket source for them. They have the single coil clarity and balance but there's a roundness in them I haven't heard anywhere else. They've got a lot of output and less hum than any other single-coil I know of. There's three of them and a five-position switch with all the usual combos. And that's it. really. The whole design is basic and simple; there's absolutely nothing fiddly or delicate or complicated about it (although the gold foil in the pickups gets marred pretty quickly if you're a super aggressive picker like me).