Saw one in a charity shop, in need of a new bridge pin and a restring, and with the cracked inch-thick finish that seems to be typical of the brand. Made in Italy, looked to me like it was one of the 60s originals (with the big disclaimer that I've got absolutely sod all idea what I'm doing). What I know about these is that they're about as hard to catch as the plague in 14th century Europe, but since far more optimistic prices are asked online, I wonder if it might not be worth grabbing regardless?
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Probably. I'd go for it anyway, it would match the one I bought in 1971 that I still play regularly.
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Depends on the action height/neck angle. Ie, is it or can it be made playable?

They have a bolt-on neck and adjustable saddle so it's easy peasy if necessary.