It's awesome - I've recently adapted it a little with split coils and a push pull tone pot but it's a fantastic looking and great playing guitar - the finish is flawless and I've had it for years!
The clean tone was just sublime, even on amps that were admittedly kind of shitty at the time. It's one solid hunk of mahogany, but is surprisingly pretty light. The stock pickups are absolute mud when it comes to high gain tones, though, and the slightly shorter than average scale length combined with the wraparound bridge make it really unstable in lower tunings. It was so nice that I was kind of afraid to hurt it, so it was never played live, but was nice for clean tone jams at home.