Eastwood's tribute to the SUPRO® Dual Tone. SUPRO® Guitars were made in the USA from 1958-68 by VALCO and sold through Montgomery Ward. VALCO also made National and AIRLINE brands. Today they are played by people like The Cure, Calexico, Raconteur...
I got one of these in sparkly blue finish. It's a beautifully full-sounding guitar, and it's not something you see often, so people usually ask about it. I thought about stripping it down and staining the wood, but why? It's a lovely finish, and what would be the point? It already sounds great.
My only complaint is about the neck. I love to do neck-bends for sure, but this neck was almost a little too flexible. It reminded me of when I had tried out the Epiphone SG anniversary model, and realized that the neck is so sensitive to pressure that it's almost impossible not to bend it. This neck was similar, although it's much better than that SG was.
All in all, it's a great guitar, and if you can find one for under $300 you're doing quite well (mine was $250 used, and came with a nice Eastwood/Airline case).