$700 shipped in the lower 48. Outside that, PM me.
Excellent condition Jackson SLAT3-7 seven string Chushin-Gakki made Soloist Professional. There's a small ding on the trem cover plate, the black is gone off the heads of some of the cover plate screws, the obligatory headstock point ding, and there's a scratch in the clearcoat next to the neck PU that is impossible to photograph, or in fact see in most cases thanks to the finish. This is one of the best Japanese swirls I've seen, and the guitar looks completely awesome on stage.
I replaced the crap Korean trem bar holder that comes on the 1000 Series Floyds with a German Schaller bar and holder. The trem stays in tune like a German Floyd. Pickups are EMG81-7 (bridge) and 707 (neck), so even though I've had like 15 sets of pickups in it since I bought it, I returned it to stock - which is really how it sounds best.
It includes the Jackson ATA-rated case that came with it from the factory. You can tell the case has been gigged, but it's hardly beat up and is 100% functional.
It has holes in the PU cavities where Frets on the Net rings (not included) were mounted for passives, but from outside you'd never know they had been on. Frets are damn near perfect (and huge), board is a nice piece rosewood and this has the full 7 string size sharks and ivory neck binding. The guitar sounds good and plays fantastically.
So if it's so awesome, why am I selling it? I can't deal with recessed trems. I thought the AT body would help with that, but it didn't work for me. These are pretty rare (I was told they only made between 50 and 100 of the Green Swirls before Chushin went out of business), and you seldom see this finish for sale.
I can take better pics upon request, but my guitar photography skills are not exactly my strongest point. Feel free to ask any questions you may have, and someone's going to get a killer guitar for a good price.