It also has a couple of fun details, like the fork tailpiece, which I have done a couple of times and think looks really cool. I strung it with banjo strings because they have a loop in the end which I can put on the fork tine. Also nice is that the sound hole is cut where the logo was on the box top means that the word "Punch" is situated really nicely. This is my first bolt-on neck, which I think I will eschew in the future, but other than that it is a really nice playable instrument. And the frets, though fussy, have proven to not be insurmountable. So maybe I will do some more of them.
Here is what she sounds like: