EDIT: The pics below in this first post color is off. I blame my computer monitor been flickering and lose some red. Now working and can see this pictures better. I'll keep them for show of wood grain but the pics taken outside reflect the color better(post #7). With that back to original comments Well a week late for NGD but had to take pics and that didn't happen until yesterday. G&L Tribute ASAT Classic Butterscotch Blond , MFD single coil pups to me sound good enough to keep in there neck nice and clear yet warm, love the middle position and am figuring out how to dial in the Bridge. I'll go more traditional next time out as far as pickups and maybe even another G&L. This is not just a good guitar for the money, it's a great guitar and hangs with the best of what else I own and play. Love the neck profile, frets down nicely in fact went over this guitar thourouhly over the past week and can't find much of any flaws. Loose jack had to tighten, neck relief and couple saddle adjustments, new strings and we're good to go. Plays as good as my Gibson LP albiet Fender scale, but upper fret access seems better. Butterscotch not as dark as I thought maybe even more period correct, shows the wood grain and looks to be a one piece body. So with that here a few pics.