I have my hesitations about this one, but I just got a 1960 LP Junior and need to raise some funds, plus this one has the most overlap with the new addition (Cherry finish, single P-90, slab of mahogany, etc.). It's a 1964 SG Junior and it's a really great playing guitar. It does have unfilled holes from a previous Bigsby B5 installation and lots of honest play wear and finish checking. It's had Grovers on it in the past as the tuner holes are a little bigger than the Kluson ferrules, but the original tuners are back on and work fine. A few of the ferrules are loose as a result, but it doesn't hurt the performance of the tuners. Just don't turn it face down when re-stringing or some might fall out. It's also missing the comb and arm of the vibrola. I didn't miss them as I've always had it setup as a wraptail. No breaks or repairs to the neck, headstock, or heel, but there are the often-seen cracks near the output jack. My '65 Pelham Blue Junior has the exact same pair on it as well. The pickup cover also has a crack along one of the edges. The neck is really comfortable, with a very dark and well-seasoned Brazilian rosewood fretboard. Frets show moderate wear. Here are the neck thickness measurements... 1st fret: 0.783" 7th fret: 0.915" 12th fret: 0.972" Weight is under 5.8 lbs (5 lbs, 11.8 oz). Sale includes the brown "alligator" chipboard case, which is in fair (at best) condition. Asking $2150 PP/shipped within the CONUS.