- Body: Alder, ash or mahogany (absolutely NO basswood)
- Neck: Maple with maple fretboard, min 22 frets, 25.5" scale
- Headstock: Reversed inline, preferably painted to match body
- Bridge: Fixed, preferably flat mount. I may consider traditional "strat" style trems, but absolutely no Floyd/Kahler-types
- Hardware: Chrome or black, preferably chrome
- Pickups: Any, as long as there's a bridge humbucker and a neck pickup of some sort. Not fussed either way about middle pickups
- Finish: White
The only thing like this I can think of off the top of my head is the Ibanez PGM301, but that's basswood. I suppose if I could find one cheap enough I could have a body made from something else for it, but I'd rather not go to that kind of hassle if I can avoid it.
EDIT: I suppose I best clarify, this is mostly curiosity. I've got a couple of things to sell that might net me enough to do this, but they're being fixed at the minute. However, GAS for something you can't afford isn't as bad as GAS for something that doesn't exist.