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RBM400 - Quite simply the cleanest 400 I've seen, and I sold it many years ago. Consider it a near new 400 that shows only wiping scratches on the pickguard, a few extra around the volume from use, and gold wear to the treble edge of the bridge mounting ring from bracing a pinky. There are a few tiny pimples on the trem. That is the brightest gold beehive knob I've ever seen. The only blem I could find on any of the wood is a small bruise in the trem cut near the strap pin. The Bolivian Rosewood neck is just beautiful, The 400 is the last evolution of the Bolivian guitars build only in 94, this a very early production 93 build. I always liked the passives in the 400 far more than the EMG's in the vaunted M2 with the Koa, If you've been looking for a 400 you could not find a better one for sale probably ever. This Bolivian has a natural very optimal neck profile which is not always the case with the Bolivians. This is a good one in every way. In a very clean RG50, which was actually the correct case for the model and what almost all are found in, even though they fit into pink lined very well. Nothing in the well but a trem bar and case keys. Fred's identification tape next to the handle, but left blank. These can be removed with GooGone and patience.**$3500**
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