No Trades Please.
For sale is a Dillion translucent red acrylic guitar, made in the Gibson SG style. Body and head stock are all acrylic, and neck is wood. This is a truly rare item, stamped on the neck numbered "1 of 4." This is #1 of only four such items. Included is a certificate signed by John Dillion, president of the Dillion company. The guitar looks very sharp and is in extremely good playing condition. There are no obvious marks, scratches, blemishes. Possibly a couple very minor signs of use, but not abuse. Looks good, sounds good, is good! Nice low action for ease of play. I am not aware of any flaws on this guitar, plays and sounds very nice. Plus it looks absolutely spectacular under stage lights, as they go through it and off of it! Hard shell case included. $600 please.
Price is based off other Dillion acrylics I see for sale on ebay, which usually are around $640 or so. This ebay price doesn't even include a hard case, maybe a cheap gig bag at best. Plus most Dillions you'll find for sale are the clear "standard" acrylic. This one is a rare RED acrylic, #1 of 4.
I don't wish to sound rude, but I'd appreciate if you don't send me low ball price offers. Check out ebay for Dillion acrylics, and you'll find that even without a HSC, they run a bit more than what I'm asking, and are usually the plain old clear acrylic, not rare. Mine comes with hard shell case and certificate verifying it's uniqueness.
Email me for more pictures, or come over and try it out in person!
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posted on: 3/2/2018 3:32:50 PM
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