PRICE DROP from $1545 to $1400, and also considering trades for high-end guitars/amps. More info at the Dunable site: http://dunableguitars.com/ A good friend of mine in the UK bought this guitar several weeks ago direct from Sacha Dunable. It was shipped to my house in Oakland and I was going to ship it onward to my friend in Edinburgh, Scotland (I used to live there as well). Unfortunately, try as we might, we couldn't find a way to ship it at anything that resembled a reasonable price. Ergo, I'm selling it here in the US on his behalf. This particular guitar was built by Sacha as a demo for potential customers -- something to have in the shop when people stop by. He described it as having a few nicks here and there, which I've tried to capture in the pictures below. Most notably, there's a small imperfection in the neck binding between the nut and the first fret. Otherwise, it seems to be in excellent shape. There's zero wear on the frets (pictured), no discernible buckle rash, minimal scratching on the pickguard, etc... It hasn't been played/used by me in the interim. The specs are as follows: 25.5" scale mahogany neck Mahogany body Ebony fretboard (really pretty) Jumbo frets Seymour Duncan JB/Jazz pickups, w/coil split TUSQ nut 1 11/16" nut width Grover Sta-Tite tuners 18:1 ratio Gotoh Tune-o-matic bridge Fat "C" shape neck Black Tru-oil stain Here's the original listing on Reverb that describes the guitar a bit further: https://reverb.com/item/390818-dunable-yarnhawk-2014-black The price is $1400 (via PayPal) including shipping to CONUS -- $150 less than what my friend paid for it. I'd also consider trades for high-end guitars and amps +/- cash and essentially pay my friend the value myself. This particular style isn't really my thing, otherwise I might've just bought the Dunable. It seems like a really cool guitar for certain types of metal -- especially down-tuned. It came with a RoadRunner hard/soft case (pictured) which will be included as well. (For those who don't know, Sacha Dunable is a guitarist in the post-metal band Intronaut.) Anyway, cheers!