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UV77GR - Near Mint very clean example of a GR. The paint is perfect on the face, the only body blems being a 1/2" finish crack cluster on the bottom side where it bumped something very sharp very lightly., and a 1/4" finish crack another 2" away, a light cliplock scuff on the back above the pin, and otherwise the paint is just flawless crisp. It was covered with decades of case evaporative buildup which I had to clean on the body to inspect condition, but left on the face of the headstock which is clear in the pics. This guitar was little played but I believe did not have the best neck and was fret leveled fairly deep to true up most of it. There is still some dip left in the mid bass side edge, otherwise looks very playable, but with very wide crowns, and what I believe are several tool marks left by whoever did the "work" in the maple fretboard. The guard has scratching of a guitar played for a few years, then put away for a few decades, changing hands to Fred in between. The hardware is all superclean, tuners coated in the same patina as the paint was, and the plate is almost perfect. The trem is touching the guard on the treble side so it's obvious the anchors need to be tightened if this guitar is to be played. In JEM1000C that has some tolex ticks, but is missing the latch, and the plate has been "flattened" with many fairly precise hits. Combo [picked] works perfect, but has no latch. The strap pins missing and a cliplock is in the well with a trem bar. It's the darker not neon green, and there are no screws or grommets for the strap. Fred's UV GR identification tape next to the handle. These can be removed with GooGone and patience.**$2750**
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