That looks to be one of the multitude of brands of Hofner copies that made their way from Japan to the USA in the 70's. It could be ok, or it could be a piece of crap. Stop by your local GC and try a Hofner Icon/Ignition as a reference point before checking out this oldie.
Personally, regardless of how it plays/sounds, I wouldn't pay much for this knock-off. Considering that used Hofner branded Icons/Ignitions are available in the mid-200's used, a brand X copy should bring half of that, tops. IMO, of course...
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