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Seventy Seven Guitars SG Semi-Hollow Prototype guitar FROM JAPAN/512

Estimated price for orientation: 1 364 $

Category: Electric Guitars

Condition: Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition Brand: Seventy
Model: Seven Guitars SG Semi-Hollow Prototype MPN: Seven Guitars SG Semi-Hollow Prototype
String Configuration: 6 String UPC: Does not apply

"Seventy Seven Guitars" which has revived in 2009 and has earned high reputation for the high cost performance which was added previously. This is Gibson's popular classic solid guitar "SG" shape with a semi-hollow model (prototype) made in 2010 made in the best USED. The solid mahogany body, which was designed to be thicker than usual SG, is a two-piece structure that plies the top and back with the inside hollowed out. While looking at the solid model, it is finished in a model with a unique air feeling. Unfortunately paint deterioration is seen in the body end part, although there is a corresponding use feeling, there are few conspicuous dents and trauma, of course the condition of the playing surface such as neck and fret is also perfect! It became prototype which was made one-off in Japan at the time of 2010, it is limited to only one, so do not miss out if you are interested!   ●Condition neck is good
frets About 80%
Total condition: You can check it by listed pics.
  ●Weight   ●Serial No   ●Includes softcase     "NOTICE: 
About a vintage or used item.
Please buy it, only buyer that understanding below.
There are the rusts and lack of luster of metal department, weather check,
scratches, paint burnt, painting peel off, cracks and dents on body by aged degradation. "