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1978 Greco Johnny Smith Replica BLOND Flamed Maple *master grade Jazz guitar|
Here we have a Vintage 1978 Greco J-115N. This is EXACT REPLICA of an American classic Jazz Box the "Johnny Smith" Model much like super 400, L-5 Top of the line in both Workmanship but also the use of the most AAAA Premium Woods used available WoW!.
The J-115N If Japan built Today in today's costs a guitar of this High Caliber will set you back over $6500.00 or more Compare to a DeAngelico or highest end Gibson Johnny Smith, What a real find!
It is absolutely stunning!!!, Correct quality MOP diamond inlay on the head as same as a premium Gibson, a MOP position fret markers and lite Ebony fretboard, and premium maple Flamey sides & flamed arched back body.
Since the Original owner treasured this guitar so, it is AMAZINGLY well PRESERVED and is JVG rated at excellent condition! It's hard to believe it's a Vintage piece and was made over 35 years ago!
This example comes with its clean old and original vintage Crocodile style aged nickel Latches hardshell case wow!
NOTE: The pickups and controls are attached to the neck side and the pick guard.
There is no drilled holes on the top said to be solid hand carved select Sitka Spruce top. 100% original.
1978 Greco J-115N
*Attachment: Original Hardshell case (seen in the pic)
*Neck: med- slim profile made of premium AAA Maple 3# pieces with 2# walnut separation strips. Fingerboard exotic Ebony, real MOP inlay and fret position markers.
*Body: Arched solid spruce top/ Premium Flamey Maple side & arched back.
*Pickups: Greco original Jazz Mini Hum. x2
*Controls: 3-position dial switch, 2Vol. 2Tone
*Fret life left : 9/10
Body 17" @ widest point
*Total JVG condition rate: 9/10
Note: This guitar is a 32+ year old vintage guitar and is not new or mint but from what I have seen of many of these older guitars this example is as close to mint as I have seen, again for something of this age. Plays & sounds just as well or even better than the $6,500-$12,500 Gibson Johnny Smith.
These are the top of the line master built gems from Japan's golden era and are also extremely rare so don't miss out on this one. You will not be disappointed.