1968 Yamaha SG3 (rare motorcycle logo version).
Here is a great SG3 aimed at the players out there. There is no visible serial number on the guitar, but the motorcycle logo SG3s were introduced around 1968 before production ceased. 
The guitar has been refretted by a famous Japanese luthier, and the pickups have been potted (meaning you can use it at shows without it squealing like a pig). This guitar is ready to be played and used with no issues.
Cosmetically there are bumps and scratches throughout, and the case needs attention (bottom is falling out as metal rim has come unattached). There is no sign of any major repair or damage on the guitar. Please examine the photos provided and feel free to ask questions.

Please ask any questions before purchase. I have provided all the information necessary (I don't want to deal with a return as much as you don't).
Shipping will be via Japan Post EMS. Please note that due to Covid-19, EMS services to several countries (US included) are currently suspended. Please send me a message to check your country. If you are in US and you or a friend have a DHL account, it is possible that you can arrange for it to be collected at your end.
If you require shipping to USA and don't mind waiting, I can ship by surface (involves a ton of bubblewrap). The postage would cost approximately $90 (with tracking and insurance up to $1000. Japan Post surface shipping services to US are currently running.
Thanks!

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Japan, Japan
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