I see K+T pickups mentioned, which might add a lot of value, if that's what's included,
but it's anybody's guess how long it will list for.
This brown blister top is representative of all LS-150's produced in 1984, AFAIK.
I suspect that they look far more impressive live than in pics, as would certain EGF-1800's.
What really looks sweet to me is this Momose replica. Copied from a 52LP; Braz board, all honduran and maple shit together. It looks just like the replicas we see on those dreaming replica treads here on 'Other Single Cuts' session. I'm sorry, I can't buy it now, but to me its cheap for its specs: DREAM MOMOSE!!!
Lovely guitar, but at 1,000,000 y suggested retail, I would rather not ask.
It just proves what I've thought all along about ESP marketing, and a US guitar maker,
they continually throw stupid numbers at the wall to see what sticks.
Great guitars if you can find them used at heavily discounted prices,
but not likely to happen often unless the guitar is beat up,
because who realistically wants to take a big loss on resale ?
Round and larger than normal, not as fat as 58 Bacchus necks. That's what I've seen on 2 ObGs 59, different from the 57ri with thinner necks, but ObGs vary a lot, I think. What those who had 200 OgBs in their hands have to say about it?