Bought this at the beginning of the year from a seller in Japan. What attracted me to it was it very low weight: 3.09 KG (6.81lbs), as I have a bad back. Balances very well, with only the merest hint of neck dive (but I'm very, very picky about that).
It's a well made and lovely sounding instrument. The split-coil pickup is about 3cm further back toward the bridge (as measured from 12th fret) than it would be on a traditional P, so sound tighter and growlier.
Think of an Ibanez Soundgear with a bit wider nut (40mm). Basswood body, maple / rosewood neck. 13 3/4 " radius but doesn't feel to 'flat'
£150 Delivered to Mainland UK, a soft gig-bag is included. You can also come round and try it out. Only selling, as I want to get my hands on a short or medium scale, so if you have one we might be able to do a trade.
Plenty of dings and scratches, has had a full life.
For the sake of full disclosure, there is an issue with the neck (there would have to be for that price). There was fret-buzz higher up the neck so I took it to my tech. He tells me that it's straight and the truss rod works, but it doesn't have as much effect on the first 5 frets on the neck, so can't set the relief exactly as he'd want. He's put a slightly heavier gauge of strings on (.110) and the action at about the 12th is a little higher than I'd like ideally but it plays very well.
EDIT: the heavier gauge strings is because my band play downtuned and I don't like losing string tension.
I bought another neck off eBay with a similar length of neck heel that would need re-shaping (maybe a little short) which I'll include (currently for sale in Other Musical Items). As it plays so well, never had to go down that route.