Squier sub-sonic. Maybe the rarest squier out there. 24-fret, 27" Scale, dual humbuckers, Reversed headstock, Neck-thru. Damn near no heel, either.
I love the understated look to it, and it has the 3 features I was looking for. I needed a fixed-bridge guitar, wanted a Baritone, and wanted a guitar with a strat headstock. This does all 3. The paintwork is rather shoddy on the neck, though. The edge is ragged, there are parts where it even obscures a side dot (pictured), and (also pictured) also a part where there's clearcoat on the fretboard surface. I plan on sanding all the finish off the neck, though, which should solve at least 2 of those problems.
First impression? I love it. Especially the scale length. this is the first long-scale guitar I've owned, and I'm finding it much easier to play than my 25.5s. I don't know if i'd want to play 30", though.
I also work with a wedding band, and we played this gig at a 4-star hotel on saturday, and there was one of these out front. I so wished to hear the engine start, but to no avail.