Came up for auction in September 2011 and sold for $1,511.
"This auction is for a 1971 Dan Armstrong Electric Guitar."
"It has no breaks. There are no chips in the lucite. It has new frets, a newly crafted nut and has been freshly setup (w/ Gibson strings). The neck has nice wear on the back and is smooth as silk and easy to play. The fretboard on this particular guitar is amazing. It has some major swirl in the rosewood...one of prettiest I've seen. Comes with the original Dan Armstrong Case and owners manual. Guitar had Schaller tuners, now has Grovers."
"Pickguard was customized by previous owner. They machined a piece of metal to replace the broken input jack (a common issue with these guitars). New pickguard looks better than the stock one. The stock tone switch has been disconnected. The tone control is absolutely mind blowing. When turned all the way down, there's an incredible "quack" like tone that is incredibly useful. It's almost like a cocked wah type sound. That tone control is what makes this guitar different than any other guitar in my collection. Plug into a tweed champ or princeton, get your slide out and it's instant Ron Wood/Faces tone."