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Martin buffed the finish out nicely which took out 90% of the fine scratches and gives it a high luster appearance. 2006 model, Celestion Vintage 30, relabeled by Avatar. I had this Warmoth neck among my spares thats a converted 22-fret, now a 21 fret.
Stylishly appointed, super lightweight, but underneath it all it's all Tele twang! It features a light semi-hollow ash body, single F-hole, tortoise shell binding, and polished chrome hardware. Other features include a one-piece maple neck with a "modern C" profile, compound-radius (9.5"-14") maple fingerboard, 22 medium jumbo frets, raised chrome logo, staggered locking tuners, through-body 6-saddle bridge plate, comfortable contoured heel and neckplate, and four-ply tortoise shell pickguard.
Theres also a compression level LED as well as switches for Squash and Lamp/LED on the back edge. Noted for its tube-like vintage overdrive, much like a TS Tubescreamer. What really sets this pedal apart, other than tone and feel, is the buffer, aclaimed to nail this better than anyone. Blues players with the vintage-type tube amps will never turn this thing off. 2006 model but it's new and unplayed, and upgraded with a pair of Gibson SG Standard pickup as well as an EMG SPC/Mid-Boost active circuit AND a new case.
Although simple to describe, Im including this demo link for brevity. It uses a dual OP-Amp design, features Level, Tone, and Gain controls, and features a true hard-wired bypass. It won't change the tone of your amp, just make it sound bolder and more alive. This one's mint in the box with paperwork and 5. Works great in front of Master-Volume amps to kick them up a notch. Vintage design with lower vintage output, 2-cond braided wire and nickel covers. Finished in classic Alpine White, this G-400 has the look of the early 60's SG and with these upgrades you have a guitar that sounds as good as it looks.
Its a great feeling neck with only a sealer coat on back so its as sleek as it comes, with much the same feel as a USA Charvel.
Additionally, Martin rolled the fret ends with hemi ends, which feels great, installed a bone nut, and did a pro install of a vintage Fender logo, with lacquer over and under the logo.