SOLD Beat up Geddy Lee Body, Partially Loaded

Discussion in 'For Sale: Parts, Strings, and Accessories' started by A-Step-Towards, Apr 22, 2014.


  1. Price:
    150
    Location:
    California
    Up its a beat on geddy body. Lets see first there is a chip on the back I took a photo of, there is also a extra hole drilled in a horn, see photos. Additionally there was extra routing to fit a preamp. The are under the control plate was widen a little on the side and then tunnel deeper into the side. I took a photo showing this and also a photo of it with a chrome control plate on it. The routing wasnt done super pretty but its passable and the bare wood was sheilded. The chrome screws for the control plate, 3 of them seem to have very little bite so I would maybe fill those 3 holes then re screw the screws in.

    Anyways scratches on the back etc. The good news is its a nice light body. The pocket was done well and the neck fit nicely no weird gap. I debated getting a peal guard and blocked neck and making a relic geddy lee, but if you pay attention to me you will know I have to many projects. I had a geddy body stripped natural and stained walnut and it was awesome, so that or a repaint would be sweet. Also these dont have routing between the control area and a guard. I have always wanted to refinish one and fill the pickguard screw holes so its guard less.

    Included is a black guard, the chrome control plate, a 75 RI bridge, all pickguard/plate screws, dunlop strap buttons and a neckplate but with only 3 screws I lost one.

    I can get a weight if a factor.

    $150 shipped CONUS.

    This photo is complete, the parts stated above are whats included, not the pickups or pots.

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