Hey folks! I just thought I'd share my only S-type guitar and its story. It was my very first electric guitar that I got when I was about 7-8, so that makes it 12-13 years old (in late 2017). its also the most naturally "relic'd" in my collection. Its a cheap guitar that came with the starter kit that had the little amp included. Even when I got rid of other guitars to trade up, I held on to this one. It even sat in a closet for a few years, and I STILL did not want to get rid of it. It was in the closet because it was unplayable because the wiring got messed up and the jack got torn out. I just recently I decided to get her back into playing condition. I first got it over to a friend that knows wiring and we fixed up the jack and the wiring to make it playable. Next I got a trem arm (original is long gone) and added 2 stings to make a 5 spring trem. I still need to get some better pickups, mainly the bridge humbucker, and adjust the claw for the trem to make it less stiff. I want 5 springs for holding a tune, but its way too hard to move right now. It could also use some fretwork, but that can wait for a year or two. Right now its perfectly playable and sounds pretty good! Im using it as my main guitar in my band. So the moral of the story? Dont give up on old/cheap guitars. I own 7 guitars ranging from this one to $1500, and I have to admit this one is one of the most fun to play!