Background: I was thinking about getting a guitar, to expand my musical horizons. I went on over to the thrift store and surprise! There one was, in perfect condition, except for the rust, and the dust, and the dirt, and all the chips...yeah it was a piece. But hey, it was only $45. It sounded all right unplugged, and the neck was straight, so I said, "Why not?" Anyway, the problem is I have no idea who made it! It looks like a Strat copy, except the botton has a groove instead of being rounded like strats are. It's in 3-tone sunburst and has 2 single-coil pickups. 2 switches and 2 pots. It says "audition" on the headstock, but I can't find a brand name or serial number anywhere. It looks like it's from around '65 to '75, judging from how worn it is and the dust. I will have pictures in about a week from now--right now it's being given a new nut(the old one had fallen off). So, anybody know who made it? PS I forgot to mention, I already checked ebay and did a search on google with no luck.