New guitar day - It's a Danocaster from 2007. Lollar pickups, 9.5 radius. Medium relic I guess. It sounds incredible. I think this is actually the first increadible sounding guitar I've played. I picked this up kind of on a whim, after deciding against getting the Bilt El Hobre I had been thinking about for a while (scale length). I have a recent thin skin Jazzmaster, which turned me on to JMs and sounds / plays great. I was getting the Dano with the intention of putting JM size WRHB in one of them. I thought it was unlikely for the Danocaster to be significantly better than my thin skin one. I can tell you that despite my skepticism going into the Danocaster, this one is much more guitar than my Fender. The Dano, which has some Lollar pickups, is definitely hotter than my Fender. Less high high end, though I love that quality on the AVRI, more focused sound. So I guess I'm going to put Novak WRHBs on the AVRI. But if money were no object, and it is, I would just get a third Jazzmaster - WRHB, hot Jazzmaster, cooler Jazzmaster. Sounds crazy, but I really like the Jazzmaster feel. We'll see...I might not be willing give up the AVRI's sound. So all that said, two issues I have with the new guitar. 1) some slightly dead notes higher up on the neck. It came from serious winter to 80 degrees and humid, so I'm hoping it just needs a neck tweak? I doubt it's the frets...I'll take it to a tech. 2) it has a 60s vintage trem/vibrato unit. And it feels like the spring has been used many times. Very little resistance. My only other JM trem experience is with the AVRI, which has much more resistance, which I think I prefer. It's easy to over do it with the lighter feel, but I guess that's something you learn to use.