I bought one of the last Harley Benton L-600s about three years ago. It's almost mint apart from minor indentations on the pearloid top which are probably from the factory and unnoticeable unless looked for.
The back, sides and neck are unmarked.
The guitar is very resonate and sounds really good. It's built extremely well with better quality hardware than my two SC-450s. The rosewood fingerboard is really nice as are the inlays which are very well done which is more than I can say for the other two guitars which are a bit wonky ha ha! The cavities are shielded. The tuners are quality and it stays in tune. It has Wilkinson pickups which sound big and bright for a les Paul. I believe it's chambered so that probably helps brightness and lightness. It's weighs 3.8kgs. It's never been gigged.
Sadly the wide D neck profile isn't for me and I tend to play my SC-450's a lot more. It hangs on my living room wall which looks cool but it's a shame it's not being used in anger. I understand these are getting quite rare which could be true as I've never seen one for sale, and only seen one short Youtube review! It's definitely a fantastic sounding and looking guitar! I can sell it with or without a good hard or soft case if needed.
I can also send you pictures.
I won't let it go for less than £200 so please message me with your highest offer over £200 and It's yours!
I'm based in south East London to pick up but I'm happy to post the guitar if the buyer arranges a courier at their own cost and risk.
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