||1988 Greco RS-90|
Deserves more than Super Real
This slimline archtop is the very example of Greco's incredible craftsmanship. It has a figured top, back and sides, mother of pearl and abalone fret inlays, and a real tortoise shell binding. The bone nut, rosewood fingerboard and Grover tuners combined with the rest of this guitar's feature to create a stunning instrument inside and out.
Also note on Super Real label, it supposedly lived only through 1981, this RS-90 was one of the very few exceptions Greco allowed to put Super Real label for post 80's guitars. Maybe it was too high end to stay ordinary...
It is said Gibson came out with their take on this guitar several years after (2002) Greco made the RS-90, they made the ES-137.
Excellent maintenance done on this guitar. I would give A+ had there been pickguard installed. I am sorry. Instead I ship this tantalizing beauty with a near-brand new hardshell case.