Flawless condition and probably the nicest flamed/spalted maple top I’ve ever seen on a guitar. I love Suhrs but there aren’t a lot of them made and original owners usually won’t part with them. They’re among the best built American guitars, made in such low numbers, that some folks aren’t fully aware of them. Suhr fans know that the quality is better than “F” Custom Shop, and more along the lines of Master Built quality. Suhr’s Standard series is based on the model that guitarists have gravitated to since the 50s but this model has some sexier lines and cutaways for comfort and speed. This is the first Floyd-equipped Suhr I’ve had so it’s even more unique. Features include basswood body with 3/16″ spalted/flamed maple top, roasted maple neck with Indian rosewood fretboard, even C “slim” neck shape .800″ to .880″ deep, 10-14″ compount radius, Floyd Rose locking tremolo (Gotoh) with locking nut, 22 heavy stainless steel frets, black hardware, Suhr locking tuners, side output jack, rear routed (no pickguard), JST ML single coils in middle/neck with a JST SSH+ in the bridge, master vol/tone and 5-way switch and scraped binding. Suhr’s hand-craftsmanship is evident in all the edges and contours on this guitar, especially in the carved out area around the neck pocket; sheer beauty to me. This guitar has an outstanding setup and in all aspects it can stand up against any Strat I’ve played. If you’re a Suhr fan you know what a great guitar these are, and if you’re contemplating a new one, you might want to consider this barely played used one. With a list price of $5150, save some money and get this one for $2850. Includes original G&G formfit case, build sheet, trem arm and tools.