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Jay Turser Mosman Guitar Mosrite Clone Tobacco Sunburst with hard case - $500

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Jay Turser "Mosman" electric guitar in tobacco sunburst finish. Modeled after the early Mosrite Ventures line. Comes with a hard shell case.

-Scale: 24.75"
-Pickups: two P90s
-Three way selector switch
-1 vol knob, 1 tone knob
-Aluminum nut
-Zero fret
-Roller bridge
-Not sure of the weight but pretty light.

This particular guitar has had the stock tuners replaced with Grover Rotomatics, and the original Bigsby knockoff tremolo was removed and replaced with a Gotoh stop bar tailpiece. All work was done by a professional luthier.

Condition: Very Good overall. Playability is excellent, no structural damage, stays in tune for a long time, electronics all work well, neck is straight, frets don't have much wear.

Cosmetically, there are a few blemishes, the most obvious being oxidation on the chrome-plated pickup covers and their mounting rings. I don't really get how this stuff tarnished, since it's just silver-painted plastic, but there you go.

There are a few small-to-medium dings in the finish: one on the front near the lower strap button, some scraping on the back edge of the same area on the back of the body, and some scraping on a few edges of the headstock.

None of the aforementioned nicks/scrapes/dings or chrome tarnish affect the functionality of the guitar. It holds tune, plugs in and cranks up exactly as intended.

NOTE: You might've noticed the truss rod cover missing two screws. Those will be included with the guitar if purchased, they aren't missing, I just took them off to adjust the neck a bit. Original 'Bigsby' tremolo and stock tuners can be included (for free, duh) if you want them.

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