Model: 2001 Danelectro Innuendo modified by Archie Maxwell Body: Plywood Neck: Maple Fingerboard: Rosewood Inlays: Abalone stick-on by Fretwares Body & headstock finish: Dupli-color Metallic Black Pickguard & Back plate: Custom, 3-ply vinyl from Stew-Mac Scale: 24 1/2" Tuners & Nut: Original Danelectro Tremolo bridge: Original Danelectro, blocked fore & aft "Tailpiece:" Ornamental, made from square brass tubing & a thrift store toaster oven grill Strings: D'Addario 10s Pickups: No-namo (Ebay) Innuendo 4-FX module (Chorus, echo, fuzz, & tremolo) modified with toggles replacing the pushbuttons, "fuzz damper" control added. Danelectro mini effects added (all with original controls): --Surf & Turf Compressor --Chicken Salad Vibrato --Fish & Chips Graphic EQ --Pepperoni Phase Shifter --Tuner (LCD screen eliminated) Other electonics features: --"Black Ice" passive distortion --"Stutter button" --Smokey amp with original 2" speaker mounted on new rear trem cover --"Dry" 1/4" output jack --"FX" 1/4" output jack --1/8" headphone jack --1/8" extension speaker jack --1/8" 9vDC power input jack --Individual volume & tone controls (upper bass bout) --Master volume & tone controls --Individual and master Volume & Tone bypass switches --Individual on-off toggles for each pickup --Series/parallel, "Self-phase," and "master in/out phase" slide switches for neck & middle p/ups --Series/parallel and "self-phase" slide switches for bridge p/up --Master Power Switch --FX Bypass Switch --Amp on-off switch --Two 9v batteries (in trem cavity) CONTROLS: Toggle Switches: 17 Rotary Pots: 16 Slider Pots: 8 Slide Switches: 8 Pushbutton Switches: 6 LEDs: 7 1/4" Jacks: 2 1/8" Jacks: 3 This guitar can of course be played as a "normal" guitar, but also features a switch which, when activated, takes all of the pickups and associated controls out of the circuit and allows the instrument to be used as an effects chain/amp/headphone amp by plugging another guitar into the "dry" 1/4" jack and plugging the "fx" 1/4" jack into an amplifier, recording unit, POD, etc. This guitar, named "Ultra-Dano!!!" is the third and final instrument of a series based on the Danelectro Innuendo and was completed in my home workshop over the course of several months. It's been seen on a few online forums, but it has never been and probably never will be seen on a stage. It was assembled primarily as an engineering challenge and an exercise in excess...and yes, every single control device is wired up; there are no "dummy" components. The vibrato circuit crapped out on me a while back; I'll get around to fixing it eventually....but every other component is fully functional.