So, a bit of a story. About 25 years ago (yeah I'm old) I wanted to start playing guitar. My uncle - who has never thrown anything away. ever. - says, "I have this old electric you can have." So, he gives me this old thing that has been in a case under his bed for 30-ish years. I knew nothing about it, but thought, "sure, why not". The action was horrible and I think the strings were original, so the neck was pretty bowed too. Soon after, my mom bought me a Sigma acoustic for Christmas, so I gave the electric back to my uncle. Then life got in the way, and I didn't really start learning again until a few years ago. Now needing another hobby, I asked him the other day if he still had it, and he did. Did I mention he's never thrown anything away? I wanted to see if I could make it playable, so he said I could take it. Now for the kicker - I also found out that my Dad was the one who originally bought the guitar when he was in the 8th grade. This was late-60's and the only way to get a guitar in Nowhere, Arkansas was from a catalog. So, he ordered this Holiday strat-type thing. It's kind of like a Squier mini. Anyway, I've got it taken apart on my kitchen table now in the process of cleaning it up. More pics to come!