The tremolo is Ibanez's LO TRS II, shaped more like the Floyd Rose than the LoPro Edge, but different than either. The low profile is easier for palm muting. The neck has full binding along with abalone oval inlays. All the hardware is a smokey chrome color that I can't remember ever having seen on any other instrument.
The two humbuckers were replaced by the original owner with a DiMarzio Steve Special in the bridge and a DiMarzio Air Norton in the neck position.
Thus far I have not performed any modifications on this guitar. The body itself is incredibly thin, especially at the edges (it tapers quite dramatically almost right from the center). This unfortunately makes the control cavity very shallow. The stand-by for so many electronic modifications is, of course, the push-pull potentiometer, but that will not fit, so I haven't really pursued anything.