This is my beautiful Tobacco Sunburst Epiphone Dot, which is the Epiphone version of the Gibson ES 335 that costs infinitely more.
It's got the usual wear on it, which roughly translates into rubs, minor scratches that you can't really see unless angling in a certain light.
I've recorded 2 albums with it, and it tracks great. I had the electronics serviced at Long & McQuade a few years back to remove some of the buzzing that is typical of these guitars.
I swapped out the strap pegs with Thunderbird locking hardware so you can not worry about dropping the guitar (I'm constantly afraid of that).
There are no intonation problems and it sounds great unplugged for those late nights that you want to hear it semi-acoustic. I've actually mic'd the f-holes while playing through an isolated amp for a cool blended sound before.
I'm selling the guitar because I was just given a Rick Turner model 1 as a gift, and if you know that guitar, you don't need another one.