Hey, when I say cheap guitar, I mean it! This one would be an excellent wall hanging, but it may not be much more than that! The brand on it is "Windaroo," which sounds Australian but I'd bet it's Chinese. A Chinese copy of a Gibson hollow-body electric.
The funny thing is that there are actually only a few real guitar-building factories in the world. Or at least companies who own them. Cort and Samick are the two biggest, and build virtually all the inexpensive guitars in the world. The bad news is that they're cheap. The good news is that, like Ford and their Model T, they make so many of them that they've actually gotten quite good. You can buy really excellent (but inexpensive) guitars for less now than you could in the '50's and '60's, and THOSE guitars today are sometimes in the tens of thousands of dollars! Add in the "custom shops" for such companies as Fender, Ibanez, Gibson, Schecter, and a few others, plus Matsumoku and Fujigen Gakki, and you've just about covered all the guitars in the world.
By the way, if you want an excellent electric guitar to learn on, I recommend the Ibanez RG120. Great sound, a roomy fingerboard, very good quality, and available new for $150, used on e-bay for about $100, maybe less.