I've been window shopping for a vintage hollow-body, but I wasn't planning on spending the cash until August, because we are going on vacation in July. The Guitar Center on the other side of town from me has has this Univox Coily in stock for a couple of months. It's hard for me to get to that part of town, and I've been wanting to check it out, so I told my wife, "For Father's Day I want to go to Guitar Center." This particular guitar has all the features I was looking for, and I wanted to try it out as a representative example of a lawsuit era Japanese hollow-body. As soon as I got my hands on this Coily, I knew it had to belong to me. It has some light scratches, but not a single other blemish. It's a true closet classic. The trem, tuners and pots/switch all work flawlessly without noise or resistance. The action is low, the nut width is narrow, but not too much. Plays like a dream and sounds so big and beefy. My wife and kids came in while I was still playing it. I looked at her and said "If they approve me for a credit card I think I have to bring this home." This is my first vintage guitar, and my first hollow. It's hard to find detailed information about this model. I'm not sure if it's poly or nitro, but judging by the wear and tear I'd guess poly. Not sure if the pickups are true humbuckers or single coils in humbucker housing, there is conflicting information on the web about this. Either way I'm over the moon for finding the exact guitar I was hunting for!