I didn't get this today, but recently and just got around to taking a pic and posting. This is an Aria "Diamond Series" model 1242. Obviously an ES335 copy from the late 1960's as far as I can tell from my research. Its from the Matsumoku factory in Japan whose guitars from that era are highly regarded. When I got the guitar it needed a serious setup really bad. So I decided to go for the best and I took it to Larry Cragg who is Neil Young's guitar tech (and has been since 1973) and has worked on guitars for Carlos Santana, Steve Miller, and many others. He did a really nice job on it and it plays great now, although its got a relatively narrow neck that is taking some getting used to. The pickups are kind of unusual size humbuckers that sound surprisingly good. The trem arm is removed and the mechanism locked down. I may eventually replace it with a Bigsby. But all and all it's a cool guitar - I especially like the emerald-burst finish, although the pic was taken in bright sunlight and the color is actually more subtle than it looks here.