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Harley Benton SC-Junior Vintage Sunburst

Incredible guitar value for money. frets at 100%. It has a small scratch on the rear hitch. with some signs of use. With a cutaway (Single Cut) mahogany body mahogany neck amaranth fingerboard Neck Mount: Glue-in (set) '60s 'C' neck shape dot inlays 22 Medium Jumbo frets graphite capo Nut Width: 43mm (1.69") Scale: 628mm (24.75") Fingerboard Radius: 305mm (12") 3-ply black pickguard Roswell P90D Alnico-5 Dog Ear Pickups Volume and tone controls Bridge: WSC Wrap Around Vintage-style Wilkinson machine heads with 15:1 gear ratio Colour: Vintage Sunburst

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(May show slight signs of use)

Does it have any marks of use or damage?

It has a small dent in the bottom bracket.

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