This design is clearly influenced by efforts like those of James Trussart, but does not have the finish effects Trussart is well known for. It has an aluminum body, with a shape rather like an ES-137, with a walnut neck and rosewood fingerboard (possibly Brazilian), brass nut and abalone dot position markers. On the rear of the head, there's an extra metal plate. Long ago, there was a plate like this commercially available under the name 'Fathead', intended to increase sustain and brightness. The tuners are Grover Roto-Matics, the pickups are Lollar humbuckers. The controls use a standard wiring layout. A leather gig bag is included.
This unusual guitar is in very good condition and plays well.