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JEM7DBK - Near Mint, but - filthy. Fred bought this in case any of the Grandkids [or anybody else] wanted to make noise on a JEM at the many family and social affairs held at the old farmhouse [PARTY!! Fred throws the meanest Christmas party you could possibly imagine]. He'd plug the guitar into a custom color full stack for them, but very few ever did, Aside from a bare few scratches on the pickguard which are mostly from wiping, a small back edge spot exposed, and a small bruise at the front bottom edge at the tip of the headstock. Everything else is as new, including the store retail stickers partially left on the trem cover. So this guitar sat out on a stand for a decade or so, and it's covered in a film and light crust that can only be described as possibly how dust bubbies are crewated. Tested in a few areas I can guarantee every bit of it will clean off with a soft cloth and a little spit for the pickguard, and cleaning the headstock face with spit on a microfiber cloth. Mgic Eraser if needed after but I believe it will clean perfectly with the microfiber/spit alone. All hardware needs to be removed and cleaned. So it's virtually a new guitar that needs a full hour of cleaning, and another of setup, and you'll have a monster player in incredible condition. Oddly in a silver band M150 that was either always an RG/JEM case,. Comes with bar and tools**$1125**
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