Updated September 02, 2015
PS20th - Technically a PS10 Limited Reissue for the overseas market, it is the PS20th in the US but has "20th Anniversary" inlay plaque for the US market while these international market guitars got the "Limited Reissue" inlay. Built in 1992 for the 20th Anniversary of the band KISS, I think the numbers are something like 512 worldwide with 200 of them coming to the US [or something like that, I'm not great on PS numbers]. That out of the way, it's in Exc+. There is a small 2mm dimple on the arm contour and 2 very small dimples by the tone knob, some light scratching to the guard and a mirror blem on the mirror tailpiece, otherwise the top is super clean. The back is also super clear except for a 1/2" scratch. There are plenty of little marks around the edges though as this is probably the toughest body shape to play and keep perfect. Plenty of pics show everything but I'll just describe the most serious spots. There are 2 back edge dings in the belly cut that are just finish cracks, the butt V point has 2 chips, and there's a shallow 5mm back bottom edge ding. The back of the neck is pristine but the tip of the head has a scuff and the back edge of the other tip is cracked clear. Just a hint of fretwear but the ebony board has natural odd spot depressions. There is some small pimples starting on the tailpiece. It's in what appears to be an Iceman specific case but not the full body contour case I'm used to seeing.** AS IS $1900, or fully prepped at $2150** GOT TO GO, SOMEBODY TAKE THIS** $1575 AS IS** GONE** THANKS BRENT** 4/4/11
PS10 LTD - Dead Mint. Package includes the Cert., blank warranty card, and 95'/96' KISS Convention book signed by all four members. In clean original case with 2 tolex ticks, one on each end. ** $2000** GONE** THANKS ROBERT** 12/17/05
PS10LTD - Distributor damaged and repaired basically new guitar with minimal play time. Would make an excellent stage/gigging guitar. It looks like it took a shot on butt point that split off the binding for about 5 inches. This in turn took a large area of finish off the top. All has been glued back together and cleared in, but the job would have been much better if the restorer had used some black pearl where the finish was torn from the top. No cert, no case.** $1100** GONE** THANKS ROBERT** 3/7/06
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