For sale a very nice example of STEINBERGER GM4S in its original white finish, serial TN15117.
The guitar has just been completely disassembled, cleaned and lubed for the smoothest performance. Trem spring and bearings have been replaced, roller saddles are spinning properly and everything has been disassembled and restored to the best operating status. The trem shows is partially worn, especially on the saddles, but it works fine.
The frets are in very good conditions, almost no wear, just dressed and polished. The fretboard is also very clean and slick, there is just a small dent in one of the highest frets, but nothing major.
The aesthetic conditions are fairly good, an average amount of light scratches covers the painting lacquer, but nothing major, except for the standard paint crack that happens at the neck joint on almost every Steinberger and some other small dings in the paint. The volume pot hole has been repaired for some reason (see picture for further reference), but it is hard to see with the plastic knob on. On the back, there’s a spot (as big as a credit card) where I believe there used to be a sticker or similar, which has led the paint to a slightly different tint (barely visible); also on the top, there are some visible scratches/haze just above the bridge pickup.The two single coil routings have been slightly widened by a professional luthier to accomodate even standard single coils.
The electronic compartment has been modified as follow: the neck pickup is a Seymour Duncan single coil, the middle single coil is the original Gibson one, and in the bridge position there’s a DiMarzio DP200 Steve Morse with the coil splitting option via push-pull tone pot. Great balanced sound all over the neck. The plastic backplate cover is chipped in a corner, but stays firmly in place.
Original Steinberger logo gigbag included.