This may not be news to many, but there's this Gibson offshoot called Maestro guitars and they are available for basically $200 and less at Walmart and Guitar Center. I learn something new every day. I wonder if these semi-Gibsons will be the collectible guitars of the future like the old Sears brand stuff you could get years ago? Not bad looking but lacking in extras- good for the youngster who wants to play around- Maestro By Gibson 3 by HearHear posted Sep 28, 2017 at 5:48 PM Maestro By Gibson 2 by HearHear posted Sep 28, 2017 at 5:48 PM Maestro By Gibson 1 by HearHear posted Sep 28, 2017 at 5:47 PM Here's some specs: "This model is based on a patented Gibson design that dates back to 1952, the earliest days of the modern electric guitar. With the help of it's versatile sound and some of the greatest musicians in the last 55 years, this timeless design has created new genres of music and countless hits. BODY Body Style: Single Cutaway Electric Guitar Body Species: Poplar/Maple Veneer Cutaway: Single NECK Species: Maple Nut: Black Finish: Natural Satin Neck Joint Type: Bolt On FINGERBOARD Species: Rosewood Scale Length: 243/4" Number Of Frets: 22 Inlays: Dot HARDWARE Color: Chrome Bridge: Wrap-Around Knobs: Black Speed Knobs Machine Heads (Tuners): Diecast Strap Buttons: 1 Neck Joint, 1 Bout Pickguard: Black ELECTRONICS Pickups: 1 Humbucker Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone"