No doubt you have never heard of wesley guitars, or anything they do, but it seems here i have stumbled upon a little gem, and a cheap one at that. A while agoIi got my second bass, I took a plunge and bought this off the wesley website, which I found through ebay, because I liked the look of it: http://www.wesleyguitars.co.uk As it turns out, I picked a winner. To start off, heres the basic features: Agathis Hardwood Body Hard Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard 24 Frets 2 Passive MM Style pickups wired in paralell @6.3 Ohms Chrome Tuners All this came to a measley £109 ($206) The first thing i noticed after taking it out of the box, apart from the fact that it was perfectly in tune it was how light it was, seriously it was light as a feather compared to my old Rockwood (yes, I know). Also one of the things that really stands out is how thin the neck is, which is stupidly comfortable to play. The finish also stands out quite a bit in its strangeness, as in mornig light it look like a light pluey colour but seems to turn purple as it gets darker, strange, but i cant say i dont like it. However the most impotant thing here is how it sounds, and this is where I feel it really shines, especially considering the price. I've thrown together some clips of it for you using differnt styles of playing. Please excuse my rather poor playing, ive only been doing it for a year and a bit. Fingerstyle Plectrum Slappity-Dappity-Doo-Wop-De-Bop So I'm just wondering what you think of the sound of this thing? Personally I love it but its always nice for a second, or fifteenth opinion.