2019.10.15: I am at least the fifth owner or more.
I've been looking for a new owner for this guitar for a while now, because two people I know are my previous owners, and I've found out that the previous owner also bought it at an auction.
The bridge, knobs, joint plate, PU, and probably pots have been replaced and rewired with CTS.
I did not see in the description, but the potato screws for adjusting the looseness of the arms were missing.
2019.10.20: After disassembling and cleaning the bridge, the screw that holds the 6-string saddle has been removed.
It was the same as the AC-7 I got in the summer, only there was no signature on the 3-ham counterbore neck pocket and only a 5 written on the neck with a ballpoint pen.
The arm holder section has been roughly extended with a counterbore on the bridge, and the VS-100G has been replaced with a VS-100N.
The front and center PUs were replaced with extra Fender Texpehs, and the metal knobs were replaced with Strat-type knobs.
My overall opinion at this point is that the price I paid when I bought it was high considering the condition, lol.
2019.11.2: I had the bridge body repaired and missing parts filled in at the workshop.
I also changed the wiring layout of the PU to a more common one, lightened the torque on the Vol pots, and repaired a few other minor things.
Dec. 18, 2019: I had the fret and nut replaced at the workshop, and the PG was rebuilt with a 2-ham and SSH, with a new external shape, revised PU position, and Vol knob position.
I had it built with a 2-ham 5-way layout based on my Suhr.
2020:The model number is the same as the one in the guitar catalog magazine from 2004.
The PU at the time of sale was a Suhr and Tom Holmes SSH with white pearl PG white Strat knobs, although the model number is unknown.
2023.1.29: I returned to PG with SSH layout after a long time.
Quilt Maple Top/Swamp Ash Back
Sperzel Trim Lock
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SSH[F:Suhr V60LP/C:純正のSuhr?/R:Suhr SSH+]/2H[Suhr:Thornebucker&+]
1Vol,1Tone,5way Lever SW