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DEMO Peavey Omniac Guitar w/ HS Case

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-11-28)
Price : US $689.00



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This Beautiful Peavey Omniac Jerry Donahue model guitar has been on display in our store for almost two years, it's gotta go!! Please email me for details and complete history. Guitar plays great, everything works. Some small pick scratches, one tiny dip in the top finish that follows the grain in the guitar (does not show up in photos) you can't see it unless you hold it just right to the light. ZERO fret wear, the guitar has not been played. Flat $25 shipping for lower 48 states only, all other pay actual shipping costs. Canada ships USPS only. USA or Canada shipping address only. Please ask all questions before bidding. WINNING BIDDER PLEASE SEND ME YOUR PHONE NUMBER to include with shipping records. Here are some specs from the web:

When it comes to the time-tested single-coil tones that helped define rock 'n roll guitar, the most important guitar and pickup designs were created prior to the mid-1950s in two instruments: a two-pickup design and a three-pickup design. Until now, working guitarists would have to haul at least two guitars to a gig or session in order to capture all of these great '50s tones. But those days are now over. The Omniac JD captures the best of those tones in one two-pickup instrument. The secret is a unique electronics package that includes a proprietary five-way selector switch and two specially wired Seymour Duncan(R) pickups. What you get are five tones that embody the best of both classic '50s guitars in one instrument. Selector Switch Position FIVE: The neck pickup yields the rich, sparkling tone of the traditional three-pickup guitar. The result: that unmistakable single-c


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-11-28)



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