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Verd AP Sonic Blue 2010



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Body: graphite

Neck: graphite neck with a wide “D” profile, wide nut, graphite fretboard, 10” radius, and dot inlays

Pickups/Hardware: Two humbuckers (rated at 8.4 kOhms in the neck and 12.8 k in the bridge), three-way pickup selector switch, coil-tapping, volume and tone controls

Cosmetic Condition: You want ridiculous? We’ve got ridiculous? This guitar may look inflatable and suggestive, but it most certainly is NOT. The body and neck are all one solid piece of graphite (no truss rod). There aren’t any corners on this guitar, it’s all just one big shiny, round, protruding, blue tone-puddle with humbuckers in the center. There are various dings throughout the body and a small scuff on the back. that has removed some of the adderall-blue finish. The strap pin on the bass-side horn has been epoxied in place, and a lot of the residue has oozed out and dried on the guitar. The neck is thick and round. The tuning keys are almost akin to firebird tuners, where they go through the headstock and are adjustable on the back. The headstock is in good shape, but has a scuff on the top. There is no edge wear, because there aren’t any edges. This gumby-caster would pair well with a Purell slushee, a happy meal, an Osmosis Jones VHS tape or an alien abduction.

Playability: The guitar plays well. Since the neck is non-adjustable, it is what it is. The action is adjustable from the saddles.

Modifications/Repairs: The upper strap button has been epoxied in place.

Weight: 6lbs 1oz

Case: non-original hardshell

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