Let me tell you. The neck is one of the most comfortable on any model I have played. I have been playing for 40 years so maybe I can't say that for all models, but the sunburst tops is nice and the tuners seem to be in good condition.
Let's just say it evolved from the classic Sunburst and even a red on white top body and back plate. When I first ordered mine it had a sunburst top with an the Edge series (cream top with a mahogany top plate). You can get the same finish if you order the model. I receive a 115% off the original price so I have the original Ebay price. The paint is very close to my original 50's sunburst (Sunburst GT model) painted Hummingbird. I listed it at $399 and the current price I have it at is $585 but its not the original MSRP of $899. It is yours for $75 plus paypal fees but I will wait to ship until you pay and paypal will be $20. Can't beat that.
I have ordered a 2nd one, the cream top finish with a black top plate and maple. Don't know if one of these will find its way to the US so your choice where you order. When you see mine you will see why I keep it in the garage. Its a very collectable little guitar but I want something that looks like a vintage model.
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