More details about the Blitz can be found on Page 3 of theStandard Article
Rick Nielsen Limited Edition (c1998) - An all-korina guitar that is, to some extent at least, a replica of the 1950s Gibson Futura. The body shape is slightly different to the explorer and the headstock is a distinctive split-vee design. The hardware consists of a stop tail-piece and tune-o-matic bridge and two covered Seymour Duncan humbuckers. A white scratchplate with a Rick Nielsen logo is usually fitted.
Scarab (1984 - 1987) - Original shape multiple cutaway angular body
with 22-fret neck (24.75 inch scale) and six-on-a-side peghead. The fingerboard
can be rosewood or ebony and has dot, crown or LED fret markers. The Scarab
II has two Hamer Slammer humbuckers; the Scarab I has a single
humbucker and a small scratch plate. Usually fitted with Kahler Flat Mount
trem. but other bridge systems also used, especially Floyd-Rose on later guitars.
A few Scarabs have a steeply angled and bevelled six-on-a-side peghead (similar to the Scepter, see below)
Scepter V (1985 - 1986) - Vee-shaped version of the Scepter with a bevelled angular body and ebony
fingerboard with boomerang inlays; otherwise details as for Scepter.
Standard (1974 - 1985 and 1995 - date) - Explorer-style bound body
with flame maple top (also unbound bodied guitars and opaque finishes),
glued-in neck with 22-frets (24.75 inch scale), steeply angled peghead
(scimitar) and either unbound neck with dot inlays or bound neck with crown
inlays; a few guitars have ebony boards and block inlays.
The guitar has a tune-o-matic type bridge, stop tailpiece
(although sustain block bridges were used on a few gutars) and two
humbuckers, usually DiMarzio PAFs..
Tuners also changed from Grovers to Schallers around 1979.
Reissued in 1995. A limited number of Korina Standards has also been
produced (1995 - 1996), with details such as covered pickups and vintage style pickguard / scratchplate. From 1997 the most basic Standard has solid unbound mahogany body and scratchplate.
A few 3/4 size Standards were also built from 1978-1982. Non-production vee-shaped guitars (1977 - 1981) were built that conform in all details to the original Standard including an explorer-syle headstock.
More details can be found in the Standard Article
Vector (1981 - 1985) - Vee-shaped body (with optional flame maple
top) with 22-fret neck (24.75 inch scale length), Hamer three-a-side peghead with engraved truss-rod cover (see right),
rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays. The two humbuckers are DiMarzio PAFs on
early guitars and later replaced by Hamer Slammers. Most have a Sustain
Block fixed bridge but Sustain Block, Kahler or Floyd Rose trems. may also
Vector KK (1984 - 1987) - Similar to the Vector but has a single humbucker, small scratch plate, Kahler Flat Mount trem. and a pointed three-a-side peghead (see below).
A few two humbucker guitars with the same style headstock were also made without a scratchplate and
Floyd Rose is often fitted to these guitars (see left). These guitars are late Vectors.
Vector Korina Limited Edition (c1997) - Similar to the Vector but made from korina and essentially a replica of the fifties Gibson original Flying Vee. Two humbuckers, scratchplate and pointed three-a-side headstock with 'Tulip-button' machineheads. Later became a production model (2004 onwards).