Gibson created one other Superstrat that should get talk about, though we’ll talk about it more at duration another time. That is the popular WRC, a.k.a. the SR-71, created in ’87. This was a rather traditional Superstrat developed for Gibson by John Charvel, name of Charvel instruments.
This was a bolt-neck instrument with h/s/s and Floyd Increased. Originally this was known as the WRC, but IMC, which possessed the Charvel product name, strenuously objected. Gibson quickly modified the name to SR-71 and released a page from chief executive Gretchen Juskewiscz directing out that John Charvel had no connection with the Jackson/Charvel organization.
These were limited-edition instruments, in any situation, and apparently only 200 were created. These came with a page of validity and were expected to be finalized by John. These are not Gibson’s most unforgettable minutes, but they are unusual and inquisitive because of their litigious record, and they are fairly affordable.