Overall, the guitar is in good condition, but it does show signs of use from normal play wear. The hardware has faded, which gives the guitar a pleasant vintage look. There are loads of small dings and scratches throughout the guitar and the neck has been professionally repaired near the headstock. The repair is solid and does not affect the performance of the instrument. There is a small spot of the back of the guitar that appears to be from glue, which can probably be removed with the right cleaner. The guitar was re-fetted with jumbo frets and there is a small chip out in the fretboard at the Seventeenth fret (see photos). This is very common when a guitar undergoes a fret job.
The guitar looks, plays, and sounds great! These Burstbucker Pro pickups truly scream through a great tube amp. The original Gibson hardshell case is also included in the sale. It is scuffed up, but still functions fine.
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