Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Ibanez 540PII DY (aka Skolnick model)
Modifications (if any): Had active EMGs, no longer there but is sold with original electronics (pot for passives, 3-way switch, jack), so you just need a pair of humbuckers to rock the house
Accessories (hardshell case etc): Original japanese "chainsaw" hardcase
Location (City,State or City,Country): Madrid, Spain
International OK? : EU/UK only
Contact Info (No Phone #s) [email protected]
References (eBay or other forum userid): ebay, thefretboard, jemsite, guitarristas.info
Price (include currency and if firm/obo): 850 Ä net on my side, firm
So, this is the real deal, a very early Fujigen specimen (from 87 according to the headstock sticker serial). You probably know this rare model and its specs if you're reading this.
Desert (Neon) Yellow, anything cooler than that? (and yes, it is the original paint/finish)
It's been played a lot and beyond, and has plenty of dings and chips, specially a big one near the trem bar area
Surprisingly, and the most important fact IMO ... neck and frets are in top shape, truly phenomenal ... and I'm very picky with that.
It's straight as an arrow, very low action, no buzz .... And I really mean it.
Neck finish is gone/stained in some areas due to usage.
Trem bar included (and, iirc, both back covers).
Hardcase fits like a glove (aged and beaten but does the job, all latches work ... it's the one on the pics, if you are into Ibanez you'll know is the period correct one, highly sought)