1990 AT Pro (Project) - $335 (Paypal Gift) shipped and insured CONUS
Awesome guitar, I am selling it as pictured. The only hardware included is the cavity cover and accompanying screws. In pretty good shape for a guitar of its age, barring the thirteenth fret area. There is a chip missing from the binding at the thirteenth fret area, it has been repaired, but it is visually unappealing. There is also a blemish on the back of the neck in the same area. Nonetheless, everything is structurally sound. The metal of the thirteenth fret itself is slightly mangled, a competent luthier could probably restore it to 100% playability without a huge amount of effort, but I am no expert. Frets have a fair amount of life left other than this issue. It is certainly playable as is, and depending on set up and action you might not get buzz/fretting out at that position on the b and e strings, the damaged fret only affecting the top two strings in any way. Sometimes buzz/fretting out was an issue and sometimes it was not during the time Iíve owned this guitar depending on tuning/string guage/etc. etc. etc. It also appears that someone had, at one time, installed a locking nut hex wrench holder on the back of the neck different than the standard Jackson one, so there are extra holes. The potentiometer holes have also been professionally enlarged from 5/16ths to 3/8ths, since commonly available 3/8ths pots (Bourns, CTS premium, EVH, etc.) are higher quality than commonly available 5/16ths offerings. Someone has also scratched their name on the inside surface of the cavity cover. Comes with a Jackson hardshell case that has the lower most hinge missing, but is otherwise in nice shape.
Willing to ship to locations outside of the CONUS, but there will be additional shipping and insurance charges. Inquire if you are interested.
I would be ecstatic if someone here snagged it, because this is a motherfucker of a guitar. Out of the three ATs I currently own it is the deepest and meatiest sounding. Depending on what parts you have lying around you could get it up and running for under $150 on top of what I am asking, and for that amount you aren't going to find a more bad ass guitar.