This is the special 1993-only model as I understand and it's a MIM product. From what I've read online it has a 22.7-inch scale. Now I like the short scale that's in my Squier Jag and Squier Jagmaster and I also have it in my "downsized" SX Liquid ... but this is even shorter. But I've read lots of reports about trouble with intonation and tuning stability on this type of scale. I've also been watching a 60 Cycle Hum review and comparison with a regular Duo-Sonic and Ryan remarked how thin (like a "toy") the neck felt. This is a somewhat local listing about an hour's drive away or so. It's a private sale so no returns of course. The seller is offering also a gig bag and a stand, neither of which I need. He says it plays well and the electronics work and there are no major cosmetic problems. (What is "major" remains to be seen.) Perhaps complicating any intonation problems is that it has a 3-barrel bridge. I don't know if the saddles have the compensation ridges or not. It's vintage white with a maple fingerboard. So ... thoughts. Test it out? Pass? Tell Eddie about it?