Hi guys! First time user here! Found this mint Teisco ET-200 electric guitar at Guitar Center today for $180, complete with original case. What a beauty! Almost everything about it is FLAWLESS, complete with Teisco badge at the headstock and whammy bar (not present; inside my case). The only exception is a small ding at the back side. What caught me off guard about this guitar is that when I opened up the guitar, it was made of SOLID WOOD. NOT plywood. I also have a Teisco "Checkmate" E-110 guitar where not only is the body and neck made of plywood, but the FRETBOARD is made of plywood, stained to look like rosewood! Neat! I think it may be made of Sen wood. When I first got it from Guitar Center, the neck was totally banana'd and the action is a mile high. The guitar has a truss rod but you'd have to pull the neck out to adjust it. When I got to adjust it, I noticed the truss rod was doing absolutely nothing! It was never tightened and the nut was just jiggling. I sought to tighten it and lo and behold, the neck straightened up perfectly with smooth action. Neck feels nice and a bit chunky and really fast. Frets are in good condition but are quite tiny but I managed to do a few aggressive bends with minimal effort.There are a few buzzy frets here and there but not too much of a problem. Pickups are warm and articulate and have a very unique midrangy sound. They are also notably microphonic, but that wasn't much of a problem here: In summary, I LOVE THIS THING!!! I'm plugged into my Ditto Looper, GFS Retroverb, SkullytoneFX Russian Spy, and a MojoMojo Overdrive into my Fender Champion 600.