I had an ultra-light for years. Starting doing gigs with friends at BBQs etc and using that my Roland CUBE made for an awesome portable rig. Trouble was I was getting tired of the awkward playing position with the ultra-light, and having to fiddle with the metal leg support and have a separate headphone jack was getting old. Found this guy and don't think I've ever made a faster purchase. It is exactly what I hoped, too. As comfortable to play as my strat, great neck, great balance and weight. Love the built-in headphone amp -- which really sounds awesome. Still tinkering to get a rounded acoustic sound from it and the CUBE -- at the end of the day, it's not going to give you a rich full acoustic sound, but if you aren't expecting that then you'll be very happy, if that makes any sense. Overall, totally in love. Beautiful workmanship and wood grain. Hah, the only thing I like better about the ultra-light is that I can carry it to work and no one knows what it is. Despite the diminutive profile, people call me out right away with this guy.