There are some unevenness in color, but there are almost no dents and scratches, and it is glossy. Nowadays, I think his 1p body made of wood at that time is precious. The first reason I don't want to let go is?
In addition, the neck is almost straight, and I personally think it's the best neck condition among the electric guitars I've ever touched. It's a very flexible neck. It is an individual subjectivity to the last. The peg was originally missing 1p, so I replaced it with a Wilkinson (new).
The saddle was also rusty, so I replaced it with a Goto saddle. The bridge under the saddle remains original. The pickguard is original, but the surface is painted with lacquer. Other than the pegs and saddle, all are original.I intended to keep playing like this, so I repaired it, but the triple volume (probably the top) is broken and there is a problem. When I connect it to the current amplifier, it makes a noise.
It's not that there's no sound, but it's noisy. I think the three mics are alive.As you can see in the photo, it is a U stamp. So, for performance, I think that it is necessary to replace the electrical system probably volume? I thought I would fix it myself, but I'm busy with work and I don't have time, including in the future.
I personally feel that the condition of the neck is very easy to play, but please understand that the condition of the neck is subjective. There is paint on the screws that hold the neck. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.