A little birdie (my buddy in management) gave me the heads up that I'm most likely losing my job on Friday. Seeing as I'm mostly broke and unemployment won't kick in immediately...this one's gotta go. I'll leave myself an acoustic so I don't go completely insane during the long daytime hours I'll be spending at home for a while.
The bottom strap button hole is stripped. The toothpick method should work nicely. I installed Schaller straplocks that went in securely. Problem solved.
The few minor dings are pictured below. Otherwise there's no issues. If you don't know the deal with these, TBer Joe Millstein assembles these in the great state of New Jersey from high quality parts. It's strung with heavy roto 66’s (the neck didn't budge one bit from the high tension...gives you an idea just how great these necks are). It weighs approximately 9 lbs. I'll ship it for $450 in a gigbag in the continental US. No trades or international sales. The gigbag is a little too small and doesn't close all the way, but at least it's there for shipping.