1977 Greco Japan MR-600 "Mick Ralphs" Double Cutaway w/P90's (Brown Sunburst)
Made by the Fujigen factory in 1977, the Greco MR-600 was originally designed as a Mick Ralphs (Bad Company) signature model. Fast forward over 40 years and these models have found a new popularity outside of the Ralphs fan base as a rock solid P90's beast.
Mahogany double-cutaway body with a lightly carved maple top, slim 60's profile maple neck with a 22 fret rosewood fingerboard (628mm scale length), it weighs 3.8kg's. Loaded with the original Maxon P90's and a Japanese made one-piece wraparound intonatable bridge, it's got the standard Les Paul knob layout of two volume, two tone and a three-way toggle.
This one has (understandably) been well used over the years with plenty of cosmetic wear, buckle rash and blemishes. Truss adjusts well and the neck is straight, frets were polished and play smooth with plenty of life. Pots have some crackle when turned but are original and easily replaceable if it's an issue long term, otherwise just crank it.
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