A buddy of mine has been telling me about his Sweetwood comet and how much he likes it. I actually live a few hours from where they’re made and the owner (Glenn) was going to be up in the north bay area so we met up and I got to play one. First impression on fit and finish , I’ll just say it was very well done with a obvious care placed in every detail. Tone, Great tone and not in that high output makes your hair stand on end kind of way, but more of the “desert island” kind of way.. If I could only have one guitar on a desert island kind of tone.. Glenn said it had pickups especially made for wolftone tor his guitars.. Playability... From what Glenn said he will make a neck to fit any player, since my preference is for a modern fender/Ibanez sort of feel (rounded / thin) that’s what he brought. Having played guitars from almost every popular boutique maker out there I was immensely impressed, it was like Ibanez and PRS got together to make me a guitar. Extremely good action and a neck that fit me perfectly. The only two things I would change on the guitar if I had the opportunity is the shape of the headstock which is just a personal thing as I never cared much for the arrow head look on Flying V’s and the bridge saddles because they have a square front edge like I have felt on many bridges, Glenn said that he’d be happy to fix that for me and the headstock definitely won’t stop me from getting one so it will most likely be the next weapon I add to my stage and studio arsenal..