26 Toxophilite 2 weeks ago Wow! I fail to see what's wrong with this guitar Has it ben refinished? I would see that as the biggest problem as it then looks like a new guitar and as such, to me, well kind of boring.I realize that via Brian Setzer and Chet Atkins these guitars are now commanding prices far beyond their actual build worth, but essentially it's still a factory made, mass produced plywood electric archtop, yes? This is not something made out of select tonewoods and the product of hundreds of hours of fine luthiery.I mostly see that the fretboard markers have been reshaped and I agree that the brace destruction should be attended to for structural reasons. Though I've seen this alot with Gretsch's , even with right out of the factory modern electromatic archtops.(thus 'soundposts') Not surprising, and fixable.I think it's fine somebody made it their own if they wanted to. Why not??I feel old amps and guitars are being treated too much like museum pieces. They are instruments and should be played and used. They should develop naturally with the people that play them. They shouldn't be time capsules carefully preserved for future generations and subsequently priced out of the hands of players who will make music on them.If this is a functional and still attractive electric guitar that plays well bravo! I feel the price is too high but then I think all these guitars are over-priced. For the price of a decent 6120 I could get a few really good quality beautiful sounding handmade acoustic guitars from smaller business luthiers.