|OK, but of a specialist item this!
I had this guitar customized when I was in England, and brought it over to Thailand with me in January. This involved taking the neck off, and wrapping both the neck and body carefully in bubble wrap and then placing the parts in between my clothes in my suitcase.
No damage was sustained on the journey, however after bolting the neck back on, the guitar needs to be set up. This will probably involve a trip to bangkok, unless you're able to do it yourself or happen to know somebody here who can do it for you (in which case why didn't you answer my plea for help before? :P )
I don't really have the time or money to get this to bangkok and get it fixed up. I also don't currently have any equipment to make use of it's special pickup, and neither am I likely to for a good couple of years. I have therefore reluctantly decided to offer it for sale, and just get myself a cheapy little acoustic to play for now.
The guitar cost me £450(21,600bt) new about 4 years ago
The pickup cost £100(4,800) and fitting a further £300(14,400)
When fitting the pickup to the guitar, a small crack was made to the bodywork between the two gka buttons. This is not noticable unless up close.
Additionally, it appears there is a small problem with the wiring, in that when you plug both the GKA pickup and Jack pickup in at the same time, a lot of noise is created from the Jack output. This can most probably be solved by filing away a piece of solder on the PCB. Both plugs work fine when used independently.
The guitar features easy grip tuners, and a simple 'flip' locking system.