From the D’Pergo website:
We use tone woods unlike any being used in instrument building today. As distinguished from guitars made from new growth wood, D’Pergo guitars are made from tonally superior, certified old growth tone woods that possess remarkable acoustic resonance, enhanced stability, and increased velocity of sound. These old growth woods are commercially unavailable on the global timber market.
The instruments are expensive. Very expensive. And as far as I can tell, they are custom made so you cannot play before you pay. I have asked for some additional information from the builder. It looks as though they only build out two types of bolt-on instruments: teles and strats.
The strat looks nice.