I got this guitar recently from Jim at Tradarama and felt that it was worthy of a review. First off, it's very unique as you can see. Even controversial as it seems to bring out very strong feelings based on its looks. I dig guitars that are different and that's why I decided to give this one a try. Now that I've had the guitar a few days, the way it looks seems perfectly natural to me although I will admit that my initial reaction was that this guitar was a cross between a Mosrite and a Salvatore Dali painting. Okay, enough about the looks, although I'm sure there will be plenty of interesting comments on aesthetics in this thread. The guitar arrived in a very nice looking and high quality suede covered hard case with the "Dynamico" logo on it. As soon as I took the guitar out of the case I could feel the time and effort that was placed on building this guitar by its creator/luthier, Jay Ottenwess of Michigan. It simply feels like a quality guitar. The specs include an Alder body with a Walnut top and Limba set neck. The scale length is 24.75" with a 12" radius and a medium C neck profile with bound Rosewood fingerboard. The pickups are underwound Fralin P-90s. The finish color is called crescent green and is a hand rubbed Nitro. The guitar weighs in at a light 7.4 pounds and is well balanced. The guitar has low action and plays effortlessly. It's one of the fastest playing necks I've ever experienced. The tone has a growl and shimmer to it (not sure how else to explain it). Really nice clean tones and classic rock overdriven tones are there as well. I'm really enjoying this unique guitar.