Yes she is a true pandemicaster. Dolly is put together to counterbalance my good friend Kaj at Kaj's guitarshop in Enschede NL from going insane. She is literally put together from parts laying about the shops workbench area and some of her bits even came from the dumpster behind the shop. Nobody knows what her body is. Although it's clear it's bare swamp ash and is a regular t-style body with all the right routings. no bathtub or weird abberation from any of the vintage standard. her neck (we thought it musikraft but were wrong) is a maple one with a thick slice of rosewood and pearl dots. She has an oiled bone nut and what i think are Göldo flatblack locking tuners. She has we think a generic ashtray bridge, no markings and what looks like Wilkinson compensated brass saddles. controlplate origin is other than the dumpster undefined. Oak Grigsby 3way switch, one cts pot for tone control and what looks like a generic pot however same size as a cts for volume control and a .22 cap. Bridge pickup might very wel be a Squier one of the cheapest kind. no rope, just some tape. and plastic isolated. Neck pickup looks to be one of the toneriders and has waxed cloth wires. (or had but i will get to that later) Kaj put a set of tens on. i hate tens, I've always played 13's or thicker. I played her for about three minutes in the shop, first on a blackstar digital thang and it sounded horrible. Then i switched to a Koch tubecombo of some kind and she came to life. I did my regular 3part test to determine if a guitar has life in it... and then paid Kaj the asking price: €189,- i am in the process of finding her true soul, and determined that she does best on 0.14/0.58's tuned to b-standard like a baritone. however, her neckpickup really doesn't play along with that so Dolly is transforming to an Esquire. this is what she looked like when i got her. notice the smurk on my face!