Year : 1979
Truss Rod : Getting Tight
Fret Remaining : 80%
Damages : Scratches, dings, color changes, fading on hardware, rust, paint chips, cracks
Modifications / Changed Hardware : Knobs (changed to current PS10 type), screws

[spec]
Body : Maple / Mahogany
Neck : Maple (628mm Scale)
Fingerboard : Ebony (22F)
Pickup : "V-2" Open Coil Pickup x 2
Weight : 4.3 kg
Accessories : Original Hard case (few worn out)

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