Never retailed, unplayed, immaculate. Don’t let the name fool you. Daisy Rocks were originally aimed for the “girl” market but there’s nothing particularly girlish about this guitar. The Tom Boy closely resembles a Tele Custom in style and function with a traditional Tele pickup and bridge plate plus a PAF style humbucker in the neck. This model has more sonic versatility though as both are humbuckers with single coil capability, each with a slider switches for choice of humbucker, single coil, or off. Pickups are very good quality Duncan Designed Alnico humbuckers. Other features include a thin and lightweight agathis body, maple neck and fretboard, 24-3/4″ (Gibson scale) with a slightly narrow neck make it easier for smaller hands to get around on. Also features string-thru body construction, Grover tuners, plus dual volume controls and master tone. These pickups do a good job with a wide range of tones, from crunchy and heavy to clean and twangy. With a list of $499 the Tom Boy sells in stores for $349. This one’s new, old stock, and comes with a real set-up for just $279.