I'm really happy about the positive feedback for this idea along with the amazing guitars posted. My entry this week is a 1987 Westone XA-1330. Anyone that knows me knows my love of 80's rock including the so-called "hair bands" so of course I had to have a SuperStrat (or two) in the collection. Westone started out as Electra and was basically created as a "house brand" for a US music instrument importer called St Louis Music and were made in the Matsumoku factory in Japan. Matsumoku along with the famed Fujigen plant made a TON of guitars for pretty much everyone in the 70's and 80's. The Matsumoku plant was sold and switched from making guitars in February of 1987 to I believe sewing machines (seriously??) and according to the serial number my guitar was made in January of '97 so it was among the last runs before the switch. It's a typical 80's SuperStrat with a H-S-S setup, pointy headstock (YES!!) and Floyd Rose inspired locking tremolo system. The official color is White Burgundy Burst but the white on the outer edges has turned over the years to sort of a greenish I guess....lol. It's different and cool, fits right in with your typical Cinderella cover band Here she is so let's get it rolling!!