Just upgraded with a Duncan Invader! We don’t know anything about this guitar other than it’s obviously an import and we’re guessing 1980’s. The identifying features include long control cavity plate with a unique screw pattern, narrow/long neckplate, black body with red trim on neck and body, painted neck, Gotoh tremolo, black hardware, and speed knobs with recessed grip edges. This thing was nearly unplayable when it came in but a few hours and a lot of fret work later, it now is a decent player and a good choice for a beginner who wants a very cool looking guitar. It has a very thin finish, which is a good thing, and it looks a lot like the black Gibson finishes in the 80’s with raised grain visible. The Invader pickups is very high output, recommended for punk, thrash, metal, etc., and features hex poles to easily adjust pole height to taste. Considering the bench time we have into it, selling below cost at $175.