2020s Gregorio Partscaster Strat-Style Electric Guitar

A friend of a friend put this guitar together, branded it Gregorio at the headstock, and it appears to be a partscaster. The neck my be his own design or it could be a partser special, but the builder fretted it himself. The body looks like basswood and the parts are all import-spec (Wilkinson, mostly). It has a '70s Cuda look about it -- lime green and black! Ready to race... but it's essentially a straightforward Strat with an early-'70s, bright and chimey sound. There is a mini-switch added to allow for either the neck or bridge pickup into positions where it normally isn't on the 5-way switch.

I'd previously leveled/dressed the frets and seated them for the owner and then set it up but it changed a little bit between gigs and storage and so I just had to do a little quick adjustment when it arrived back here for sale.

Things to know: I didn't like the feel of the whammy (it's got a thin-style import block and with the mounts going into basswood it wasn't staying true) so I blocked the trem from behind and that makes the guitar effectively a hardtail instrument. It still has the "lively" Strat sound from the springs as they're still affixed in the rear. It does, however, play fast and easy.

Repairs included: (previously) a fret level/dress and setup. Recently, a quick setup and "blocking" of the trem to make it, essentially, a hardtail.

Body wood: pretty sure it's basswood

Bridge: black Strat-style with roller saddles

Fretboard: rosewood-like

Neck wood: maple

Pickups: 3x Wilkinson single coils

Action height at 12th fret: 1/16" overall (fast, spot-on)
String gauges: 46w-10 or similar

Neck shape: slim C/mild D

Board radius: 12"

Truss rod: adjustable

Neck relief: straight

Fret style: medium-wider

Scale length: 25 1/2"

Nut width: 1 5/8"

Body width: 12 5/8"

Body depth: 1 5/8"

Weight: 6 lbs 14 oz

Condition notes: it has some small wear and tear -- a few small nicks and dings and scratches in the body. There's a bump on the "back upper bout" that goes through the finish. Overall it's in good shape, though. An '80s-style elephant sticker is on below the bridge and I left it -- it's neat. This also came with some black string trees but they were ineffective (too tall) so I replaced them with some traditional, Gotoh-made ones.

It comes with: no case, sorry!