I was driving down to the DMV with my girlfriend last summer and was momentarily blinded by something on the side of the road at a yard sale. I looked closer as I drove by and stomped on the brakes when I saw a battered sea-foam guitar attached to the mirror that blinded me. I jumped out of the car and asked the woman outside about it, she said her boyfriend bought it at an estate sale years ago and it had been sitting in her closet since (he literally wiped the dust off it, and then put away for another 5 years). I asked her how much she was looking to get for it (expecting the worst and preparing to haggle). I couldn't pull out my wallet fast enough when she said "Eh, give me 5 bucks and it's yours". It's been sitting on my wall since I grabbed it (severe depression on top of a bunch of other things have left my guitars neglected for the last year) but today I decided to pull it down and see what kind of work it needs. Basically all the pickups are good, as well as the jack, bridge, tuners, and temolo bridge. But all six slide switches need to be replaced as well as the pots. It plays great, and sounds awesome on the one currently working pickup, should be an amazing little guitar once I get the rest wired up with proper switches. If anyone has any ideas about what this is, I'd love to know, even just guesses would be great. I've found that Domino made a bridge like this, but the rest of the guitar doesn't really look like anything they made (that I know of).