Very clean mid-60s Teisco EP-7 in uber-rare greenburst. Much more common in redburst. Tarantino reference... The guitar being played by the Japanese band the 5,6,7,8s in Kill Bill vol. 1 is one of these in red. Cool. Plays great and gets super indie tone from the pups. Very light. Finish is very clean, although it has some wide weather checking. Also a few shallow dents where it looks like someone was careless moving a bridge around. One small stress crack at the tailpiece/strap button, but it looks to be finish only. Remember, this is plywood, so no worries about anything structural. This is not the original bridge to this guitar, but it is Teisco unit and is totally appropriate. Rocker switches work reliably enough, but they can be a little annoying. Sometimes it takes more than one shot to turn a pup on or off. If you're looking at this guitar for stage work it wouldn't be the worst idea to wire up a new control plate with a toggle switch. I'm just being a ninny here - this guitar is in great shape.
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