As a beginner guitarist I wanted to find a guitar that had good sound for a reasonable price. I wanted a well built hollow body that was from a trusted company. I knew that epiphany always has good prices for good guitars so I looked through the 2015 catalogue and found the Wildkat. When I got it the only bad thing I could notice is that it hums a lot and the tune-o-magic bridge was not the best combo with a Bigsby, but it is a good guitar for beginners and pros.
The title is self-explanatory, but I basically had to drop $500 into this thing to get it to sound half-decent. I like it now, but before the work, the pickups were so dark and over-wound, they were unusable. My tech literally completely re-wired the pickups. We also re-wired the controls to make it have an LP/SG/Gibson knob setup, rather than a more Gretsch-like one (Master volume, two volumes, and one tone). Bigsby was given a new spring and re-set to be more stable. Couldn't put a new nut in, unfortunately because of the way this one is set in with the neck. After all that and a setup, I like this guitar. Neck feels really good, it looks good, and sounds good (now).