Part of the clearance, my ESP Edwards E-SA-125LTS ES-335 model. Solid flamed top, back and sides, as opposed to Gibson whojust use laminated tops, backs and sides. Here's the catch, it has a very solid but cosmetically not so nice repair at the neck. I've included pictures of the crack. It's stable, but the previous owner had no idea what he was doing. I've had to spend 250 quid on fretwork and levelling to get the guitar where it is now. Bridgepickups is a Seymour Duncan Jeff Beck. Comes with vintage case.
Asking 525 including shipping. Normal price is around 1050 and then you'll have to go get it from Japan.
Hence why i did later after seeing what youre reply was, didnt have time originally to double-check myself!
Anyway, great guitars for sure - played a couple of LP copies which were near-enough up there with gibby historics and i'd happily have myself one of these but the black/block inlay model at some point