For the last few years Danelectro's standard short horn design has included the 'Jimmy Page' mod bridge, a chunky looking wraparound affair that allows independent intonation adjustment. It's a good bridge but it robs (or rescues, depending on your feelings about accurate intonation!) the Dano of one of its unique features, the rosewood saddle bridge. Those old bridges were crude for sure but they had their own sound, sweetening the high end compared to the Page mod bridge so we're pleased to see it back as an option on the new 'Stock' model.
Otherwise it has everything we know and love from Danelectro - a plywood frame body with masonite top and back, a pleasant C profile neck (finished in natural satin on the 'Stock' as opposed to gloss colour on the 'NOS') and those lovely lipstick tube pickups. Definitely one of the best budget guitars on the market!