Have only had this for a few months and after picking up another guitar a few weeks ago have decided I want to let this one go.
Not quite a plain top as it has some nice subtle figuring with some nice birds eye. Has nice faded back also.
It is a very good little guitar. Very resonant and has good tone. I played several historics before settling on this one. Has a great '60 style neck so if you like a thinner neck on a LP this is yr guitar. It was clearly acousticly louder and more open than an R8 I compared it to back to back. Weight on my bathroom scale is about 8lbs 10 oz. it is in great condition with maybe a couple very small dings. Original black historic case is in great shape. No paperwork.
I have traded out the PUs for electric city RD-59s that won the PAF shoot out last year (https://www.martinsixstringcustoms.c...product_id=164
) and replaced the harness with the MSSC holygrail harness with real 50s bees (https://www.martinsixstringcustoms.c...&product_id=14
I still have the original Burstbuckers and harness that will be sold with the guitar so you can return it to stock if you wish. The original harness is still wired together and on the flame mable board that MSSC ships with their harness so all that needs to be done is disconnect it from the PUs and switch and swap it out directly.
It really is a great guitar, I just have grown more fond of more worn felling guitars and don't want to do a historic makeover on this one....would prefer to send it to someone who wants it like it is.
Asking $2300 plus shipping and fees.
Slight figured top with nice grain:
MSSC holygrail harness with 50s bees: