I don't want to be the one who ressurects a dead thread, but I picked one of these up yesterday.
Wow - end of review.
Oh, all tight then. 22 fret, mahogany body, maple/bubinga neck, ebony fretboard, tempered 1st and 2nd frets, Seymour Duncan Blades at neck and mid and JB at bridge, all tapped and 5-way switch. Wilkinson trem. The body's like a severely carved Santana, headstock not pretty but has Sperzel tuners and a completely straight string pull. The neck is painted but a very thin profile, almost flat-backed.
The neck joins at the 21st fret and has incredibly good access, and the trem claw screws into the butt of the neck.
I'll do the obligatory pics later so people can go 'this is the ugliest guitar I've ever seen'. They may not be all that far off, but it's incredibly functional and, as far as I've seen so far, immensely versatile.
Paid the equivalent of $550 for it, which isn't bad for a guitar that was released in 2001 for $2k and is as near as dammit in mint condition.
Funny, I went in to get a Tele - I guess that means I need to pay a return visit fairly soon