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Played a white one once and got close to purchase. Then noticed the neck was a bit twisted and walked away - good old Music Ground “nah mate - it’s a characteristic” 

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1 minute ago, MirrorMan said:

..... mine must be a rare 'straight neck' version!

Yeah - absolutely, it was a great sound. And felt lovely. 

Music Ground were crooks, unfortunately.

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Iremember their ads... always loads of interesting stuff.. but I don't think they were too bothered where it all came from.

 

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