Hi guys, Iím putting up my Greg Bennett signature Avion AV1 electric guitar for sale. I'm selling it cheap while itís one year old and still has two years warranty on it, so itís a steal for any beginner looking to buy an electric guitar.
Les Paul style
Bound flat top
Solid Nato body
Maple bolt-on neck
Nut width 1⅝″
Rosewood fingerboard (12″ radius)
22 fret, 24″ scale
Original Grover tuners
Stop tailpiece with adjustable bridge
Dual humbucker pickups
1 volume and 1 tone control
3-way selector switch
Perfect, Iíve treated it like my child. Never been mishandled, never had anything kept on it, never even been placed on the floor. Never dropped, never hit on a wall. No s****s, no dings. No lame stickers to spoil the classic Les Paul look. Tuners (Genuine Grovers) absolutely great, no slippage or undue resistance. Pots and output port still as tight as day 1, Iíve never ever had a loose connection. Basically, everything is as good as new. See pics for proof.
Buying price: 12,000 In january 2010 with three years warranty. Current market price of a brand new Avion AV1 is 12,000 as well. Still under warranty till jan 2013.
Selling price: 8000. I need cash fast, hence the low price. You are effectively getting a brand new guitar with warranty at 1\3 off.
Reason for sale: Upgrading to an intermediate\high range guitar.
-Original Samick guitar case
- Free Planet Waves varigrip hand exerciser/callus maintainer worth Rs 900 (Iíve outgrown it but it was useful when I was a beginner)
- Black strap
-Original bill and warranty
Greg Bennetts are among the better guitars available in India (if you are even half serious about playing, you wonít even glance at the horrible Indian Givson/Gibtone /Hobmer crap). The Avion AV1 is targeted at the absolute beginner and delivers unmatched value for its price. I tried more than 25 different guitars before picking it up and in my humble opinion, it easily beats out Ibanez Gios, any Yamaha <15k, Agathis ESPs <20k. Iíve used it for playing blues, classic rock and roll, metal and some bollywood stuff as well, it never fails to impress. Itís dependable while playing live, as a matter of fact my partnerís Washburn croaked in the middle of the gig while the Avion delivered consistently till the very last strum.
Another plus for a beginner: itís hardtail, making it easy to use and no worries about strings going out of tune or whammy bar hassles.
Videos, reviews and pics of the guitar
So thatís it, guysÖ If any of you are interested or have any queries you canÖ
-Respond to this thread
-Reply on the blog I pointed out
-Send me a private message on IGT
Thanks a lot