- Sep 8, 2008
- Reaction score
Pickups are: the fabled Dry-Z pickup in the bridge (unoriginal), and a goldbottom Dimarzio PAF in the neck (unoriginal as well). I received the guitar like this, and the guitar was manufactured with Dry-1982's (equivalent of a Dry-Z pickup, but made by Greco and not Maxon, and were manufactured with high end Greco guitar's post 1982, which is when they started producing the "Mint Collection Series" and discontinued the "Super Real" series).
In good condition. Buckle rash going on, some minors dings here and there; check out the pictures for yourself. Neck is straight, frets are original with plenty of life left, intonation is good, action is low with very little fret buzz. Both volume knobs are cracked, but still very stable to the guitar, so it will only need replacing for superficial reasons. The pots need to be cleaned up (or replaced) beacause there's some scratchiness going on.
Asking for $1500 + shipping. This is a great price considering its specs and how much MIJ guitars are going for nowadays.
Will add cash towards a Les Paul.
Please feel free to ask questions.