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JEM77GMC - 915394 - Players example that has several battle scars and has been modified with a switch between the knobs, vintage V strap pins added, a new hole drilled for the pin upper horn. The guitar has been played but shows only mild and even fretwear, light hazing on the pickguard, but is very dirty, some type soda or coffee under the pickguard just over the neck, headstock covered in thick dust, metal parts coated with patina that will clean off down to some pimples on the bass side plate, and the wear to the saddles. In damage there's a 5mm shallow ding on the arm contour, a long finish crack/bruise off the tone knob, and a small chip and ding within 2 inches. The large chip on the back edge at the jack cover is the worst, and a 8mm fog spot a couple inches away. The neck is free of blems, showing some play dirt, and a ding on the bottom front edge of the headstock. It definitely could use a good breakdown, clean and setup. It's in a fairly clean JEM1000 with a broken lock, tongue not returning even though the combo works, so the latch was removed and not included, in fact the only thing in the well is an incorrect chrome 2 bushing Jackson bar [that does work on the Lo Pro]. Fred's GMC CHIP identification tape next to the handle. These can be removed with GooGone and patience**$2500**
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