I just scored this guitar on a trade. I plan on using it as my main live guitar (so my 2006 KV2 Pile O Skulls doesn't get scratched up).
It's a 1984 Warlock NJ. The fretboard is very dark, I love the look of it. Also has the bad-assed looking headstock with real inlayed logos.
The neck scale is 24.75", a welcome change from 25.5". I find both comfortable to play on, but was hunting for a shorter scale specifically when I found this guitar.
The Kahler bridge works like a charm, and has a ton of adjustment for finding that sweet setup. It's got a bolt on I had to add a slight neck shim to set the neck angle proper. The action and setup is pretty sweet, I'll let it sit and see how it comes to rest.
Sorry it's a shitty pic.
Hope you never have to actually set up that Kahler All that adjustment makes it a pain in the ass... You'll also likely have to lubricate the rollers from time to time, when they clog up the Kahler becomes pointless.