1979 Greco GO900
SN# I796603
Weight: 8lbs 13.6 oz's
Made in Japan
Comes in a leatherette gig bag

If vintage 70's MOJO is what you are craving...This Greco Go-900 is the perfect fix.

In the mid 70's Greco started making guitars for a slightly more expensive market called "The Project Series." The GO series was introduced in 1977 and eventually there was a GO, GO II, GO III and a GOB series for the bass models. They were all in similar construction, but with different double cutaway shapes.

Construction of these GO series guitars was very high quality with multi-laminated bodies and necks using all high quality timbers. The craftsmanship is exactly what you expect from these famed, Japanese-made guitars. The Go-900 was squarely aimed at professional working musicians who wanted versatility and style without breaking the bank.
These guitars were simply built to last...The solid body is constructed of three layers of stained ash and walnut with a through neck construction of seven pieces of rock maple and walnut. The construction is amazing and this beauty gives incredible sustain and high volume feedback with a neck heel that blends effortlessly into the body. Made in the famed Fujigen Japan Factory, this guitar takes heavy inspiration from Alembic in the US in both design and construction.  This model is squarely aimed at professional working musicians.  Each pickup is routed through a mini-toggle switch for funky, trebley ‘out of phase’ sounds, the pickup selection possibilities are multiplied. Th guitar has been professionally set with smooth low action - it has a great feel and playability.

The pickups are a wide-range hum bucking pickup that are responsive and have plenty of output to cut through the mix. 

The tuners are Vintage Greco branded and have a VERY tight ratio. They are unique to this era because the centre shafts is hollow so you can run the string right down the centre and out the back of the headstock before winding and then cut the string after.

Cosmetically this girl looks fantastic for being 42 years old! There are of course bumps and bruises, but every ding, dent, scuff and scratch just serves as a reminder that this guitar is fun to play and nearly impossible to put down. It has just been professionally set up for optimal tone and playability, so straight from the gig bag she will ready to rock! Clear off your calendar, because once this baby is in your hands you won't remember to "Go" anywhere else your supposed to be!

• Two humbuckers
• Individual volume control for each pickup and a master tone
• Three way selector switch

It has just been professionally set up and dialed in for optimal playability and tone. It has low action with no buzzing or dead spots and is an absolute joy to play. It has been deep cleaned and detailed. All guitars will arrive looking and playing great. The frets have been dressed/polished and the fingerboard was cleaned. (Unfinished Rosewood and Ebony boards get treated with Fret Doctor - a proprietary all natural oil that is the best on the market) It was professionally set up and has brand new strings, the action was adjusted, the intonation is spot on and it plays excellent. All the electronics work flawlessly.

* Neck is perfectly straight and the truss rod works with no issues

* Intonation is spot-on

* It has been professionally set up with nice low action & new American made strings.

* If needed, the frets will be dressed leveled & crowned

* All frets are polished prior to shipping when they are set up - They will shine like new!

***Please note that international shipping prices listed are minimum quotes in some cases. Certain countries are more expensive and will require additional shipping costs. Express services such as UPS, DHL & FedEx are also available, Please contact me for a personalized quote.

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Listed10 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • GO900
  • Walnut
  • 1979
Made In
  • Japan
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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