#1
Up for sale, as i'm not bonding with it - model is called Sonic-7 - limited edition, so info on these is a bit hard to come by.

Pics here.
-Surprisingly lightweight mahogany body
-Quilted maple top
-Maple neck
-Prettiest Bird's-eye maple fretboard i've seen (can't quite capture it in photos)-
-Washburn Stainless-Steel Hardtail bridge with string rollers
-Coil tap on tone pot, volume and 2 Seymour Duncan Invader-7 pickups -
(pictured is a different bridge pickup - you'd be getting the guitat with the original Duncans, in black, uncovered)
-Buzz Feiten tuning system was canceled as it was giving me trouble - can be easily restored by removing a nut shim.


These are pretty rare - i understand there were 300 or so of these manufactured between 2000-2001 and that's that - there's a 6 string and a 7-string version, each with it's own floyd/non floyd variation.
this is number 11 from the series - you can check the serial number on the back of the headstock.

Plays like a charm, sounds simply amazing (something of a les-paul 7-string vibe to it, if such a thing existed, but it has it's own mojo), but does not like super-thick strings - (0.64 is fine for standard tuning. 0.74 was not).
Currently set up with a 0.10-0.64 set.

Great condition - one hairline scratch on the lower cutaway, about 2cm long, to the finish only.
Has undergone thorough fret-job a month ago.

700$ plus shipping - shipping should be around 100$ and jusging by experience, arrives in the US circa 3 days.

Contact me with anything: quittyband@gmail.com
"...But dignity is difficult to maintain,
stamina requires constant upkeep,
repetition is boring
and you pay for grace."
#2
Bump!
"...But dignity is difficult to maintain,
stamina requires constant upkeep,
repetition is boring
and you pay for grace."
#3
Bump! 700$ OBO.
"...But dignity is difficult to maintain,
stamina requires constant upkeep,
repetition is boring
and you pay for grace."