Here we have a super-clean Tom Anderson Classic from 2002, EXCEPT... it appears to have an earlier neck (based on earlier headstock shape, and no fingerboard inlays) perhaps from the late 80s or early 90s? If you like slim, smaller, flatter necks, this one's for you! It would appear that it's been re-fretted with stainless wire as Andersons are now known for, and if you look at the pictures, there's practically ZERO fret wear. Either way, it's still all pure Anderson with all the features, comfort, and playability that they are known for. The VA series pickups provide all the quack and chime that good Strat pickups are known for, but with a little more warmth and girth. Another cool feature is the push-pull tone control that adds the bridge pickup to wherever the 5-way switch is set, allowing not only for the "all three on" setting, but also the highly desirable neck and bridge setting for those funky "Tele" rhythm tones! Only has one small ding on the face of the lower bout, roughly between the output jack and strap button. Otherwise, it's pretty minty and includes the original hardshell case.