Westone X125 (Spectrum Basic)
Tek Glide II trem, 1 Magnaflux pickup, oiled neck. (Info from the August 1986 US pricelist - this model does not appear in any of the other pricelists that I have). It's name in the August 1986 pricelist is 'Spectrum Basic' - this name was later used for the X120 (AKA Spectrum I and Spectrum Special)
Similar shape to the 1985-6 Spectrum guitars, but without the bevelled edge where your right elbow rests. Single bridge mounted humbucker, volume control (No tone control) and Fender style tremolo. The spring cover is missing on this one and the tremolo arm isn't original - unusually all 5 trem springs are present so the trem action can be adjusted to be as light or heavy as you want.
The X125 appears in the 1987 German catalogue. The specifications are - Maple body, Hard Maple oiled neck, Rosewood fingerboard, graphite nut, 65cm (25.5 inch) scale 22 frets. Strat-type trem, chrome hardware, single volume control and a Magnaflux I UBC pickup, available only in black.
Given that it has a UBC pickup, which were designed to overcome the inherent 50% volume drop when an ordinary humbucker is coil-tapped, I don't really understand why there's no coil tap switch, unless they were trying to produce an entry-level instrument as cheaply as possible.