It's true, I'm selling my Steinberger. This one here is a GR4R, which is still one of the models from the "golden years" of 'Bergers, but not quite as sought after as some of the other GM models and such. It plays really well and the graphite neck with the carbon-fiber/fancy-whatever-it-is material the fingerboard is, has kind of turned me off from traditional guitar necks; the profile is unlike others I've felt and it's just crazy smooth, really. No joke. The body itself is smaller than most, or at least it feels like it is, but it does weight a little bit more. Came stock with Seymour Duncan pickups, I believe it's a JB in the bridge and one of their rail models in the neck and mid; which means this has an HSS pickup set up. The tremolo does have to be setup since when I received it, the master tuning knob was turned all the way tight and since I have no clue about tremolos - I left it alone and it's been fine in terms of action and during re-strings. Not the best move I know, but it was better in my head than messing with something that far out of my field of knowledge. Overall, I'd say it's a 7/10 since there are some chips around the neck on the bass side so it's really only visible to the player when in use. Comes with leather, padded gig-bag, as well as an extra set of GHS double-ball end strings (.10 gauge). Tremolo arm is at my home back in MA, but I can have my parents mail it out as well.
Price is $775 shipped, or will trade for a hard-tail 7 that I find to my liking
Since I've only done one trade on here, I have references on SS under the same name