This guitar came up for auction in June 2011 and sold for $1,725. There were a total of 3 pickups with the guitar, including two Country Bass (CB) pickups per an e-mail I have from the seller.
"You are looking at an ORIGINAL Ampeg Dan Armstrong see through Guitar. All Original parts on guitar. Serial Number A532D. This guitar was built late 69 or 1970 based on the serial number. The guitar itself is in very good condition for its age. Light surface scratches in the Plexi, but nothing noticible. If you know anything about this guitar, it comes with interchangable pickups for different sounds. This guitar will come with 3. The pickups work fine but are not in the best condition. If you do research on these guitars, you will hear that the pickups especially the original models did not last long. You can actually still find pickups for these guitars now. I am not sure if the re-issue model pickups will work with this or not? But again the pickups work they just don't look pretty! I am selling this for a close friend. The guitar was his brothers who recently passed away. I did a ton of research on these guitars and they are very collectable. I have been playing myself for over 20 years and made sure everything is working properly. Guitar will come with a case as well (not original case). These will only go up in value, so get this one while you can at a great price!"
The next set of photos is from February 2015 when A532D comes back on the market with an offering price of $2,500 or best offer (sold for $2,400 per seller e-mail). Here's the latest description...
"For Auction: An early production Ampeg Dan Armastrong guitar in EXCELLENT condition. It's got the more desirable wide nut. Early serial number. Early Schaller pegs. Comes with 3 pickups. 1 RT and 2 CB. One of the CB has seen better days and has some cracks but still works fine. It is quite common to those early epoxy pickups to crack with age. The neck is straight and the truss rod WORKS FINE. I think the knobs have been replaced but I also read that some early models did not have the better known aluminium knobs. But still..it's no big deal. The original case is also in very good condition."
"I am a luthier myself and the guitar has always been well treated and setup correctly. Fret has small to no wear and are good for at least another 45 years !!!"